Device made in Vancouver heads to London museum



Portland — A self-balancing, one-wheeled electric micro-cycle manufactured in Vancouver is one of two vehicles featured in a London Transport Museum installation that will run through March. The vehicle is designed by RYNO Motors of Portland.

The exhibit, which opened in July, is called “Sense and the City: smart, connected and on the move.” The RYNO micro-cycle is a lightweight, maneuverable, multi-purpose vehicle. It has a top speed of 20 miles per hour, a range of 30 miles and can recharge in an hour and a half. The company says it should be available commercially early next year.