No, that's not a typo, and you didn't read it wrong — it says microcycle. And that's because while it may share some characteristics with a traditional motorcycle, most notably the styling, the Ryno Microcycle has only one wheel. Though the handlebars might suggest otherwise, you actually control the Ryno's electric motors by leaning forward to accelerate and back to slow down, with only subtle leans required to turn. Since the redundant motors are contained in the wheel itself, the whole package takes up less space than a bike, and with a range of 10 miles — and a top speed of 10 mph — it's ready to get you around the urban landscape, whether it's on the road, on the sidewalk, or even in the office.
What do you get when you take a RZR and remove all but one of the seats? Something very close to the Polaris Sportsman Ace. This single-rider ATV is powered by a 4-Stroke Pro-Star engine, and offers on-demand all-wheel-drive, tons of storage, a locking rear cargo box, a hefty towing capacity of up to 1,500 lbs, LED lights, and a clever, open design that makes it easy to enter and exit the vehicle while keeping you as safe as possible. The only downside? You'd better hope your buddies have one of their own to ride.