The personal mobility scooter company, Segway, is now going after the powersports market with a street bike (pictured above), off-road 4-wheelers, and an electric dirt bike. The latest announcement and unveiling is of the Segway Apex which will have a top speed of 125 mph and a 0-60 mph time of 2.9 seconds. Other than those specs, much is unknown. ...

  Members of the Jinan Special Weapons and Tactics team use Segways during an Olympic anti-terrorism training drill in Jinan, eastern China’s...

As many of you know, I like picking on the Segway as the epitome of technological “mas puto” and the sign of the impending Apocalypse. Well, this morning a question was answered that plagued me for years (not really but please go with it). What would happen if an old Penny-farthing...

As if Segway wasn’t lame enough, Toyota joined the lineup of Segway’s knockoffs with a gimp little entry called

Doug Field, a driving force at Segway, is calling it quits and heading over to Apple where he will be the VP of Product Design.  Is Apple getting into wheeled gadgets… or is Doug trying on a new hat?  Either way, umm I really don’t care. ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWI8WOw82qI Looks like the makers of the Segway scooter are trying to sex-up their product with their latest, the Segway PT i2 Ferrari limited edition. I can’t believe Ferrari let this happen. What makes it a Ferrari? Red paint A Ferrari backpack Autographed by Kimi Raikkonen (?)

Posted on Mar 31 2008 - 7:23am by Russ
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I have always thought that riding on a Segway tended to look a bit goofy, but I actually think Segway may be onto something with the X2 Golf. Let’s face it, golfers already look a tad bit goofy, so riding on the Segway X2 Golf may actually be fitting… and fun. The X2 Golf goes 12.5 miles,...

Posted on Jul 14 2015 - 9:39am by Craig
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Ever wanted a Segway Scooter? Nope, me either. They are just too expensive and manage to make even the coolest person look like a goober. Enter the poor mans version which is basically a Segway without all of the handlebars and bulk. These tiny self balancing scooters are much cheaper ($300-$500) and are quite a bit more subtle. There are several brands (IO Hawk, PhunkeeDuck, MonoRover R2, and FutureFoot)...

Posted on Mar 1 2011 - 10:13am by Robby S.
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Apparently the SoloWheel is going to become a real product.  Think of it as a very minimalist Segway, just a wheel with two foot platforms.  Available later this month for around $1,500.  Video after the break.

Posted on Dec 17 2010 - 9:02am by Robby S.
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We have mixed feelings about the YikeBike at our offices, some people think it is lame (like the Segway) and some people really want one.  I will not make a decision either way at this time, will wait for more users to put some miles on them first.  Well, either way, the YikeBike...