19 weird and whacky personal transportation vehicles that you'd love to ride

We've rounded up some weird and whacky personal transportation examples from the last few years. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
The two-seater Aero-X bike was designed to be able to transport two people at 10 feet above the ground at up to 72kph. Bonkers. (image credit: The Aero-X)
The Solowheel is a gyro-stabilized electric unicycle that provides a hands-free experience. It goes up to 10 mph and promises a range of up to 10 miles. (image credit: Inventist)
The idea of Orbitwheels is simple: two feet, two wheels…and you’re off. (image credit: Inventist)
A quirky electric bike where pedalling can supplement battery-powered drive, but once at high speeds, the battery takes over.  (image credit: Outrider USA)
Jyrobike is a bicycle aimed at kids that should mean they can ditch the need for stabilisers even if they've never ridden a bike before. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Yike Bike is something quirky, a modern-day Penny-Farthing that sees you sit on a single wheel with your arms on handlebars behind you. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
EN-V, a concept car range that was fully working, looks like something dreamed up for a live-action version of The Jetsons. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Sinclair first introduced the folding bike in 2006, but this version comes with a detachable 24V battery and can give you up to 25km of range.  (image credit: A-Bike)
The Toyota i-Road electric vehicle concept was first shown to the public at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Since then it's been unleashed in Tokoyo. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
This is classed as a motor tricycle, so you don’t need a bike licence to ride it - your standard driving licence will have you covered.  (image credit: Pocket-lint)
The Hanebrink X3 model has two 20 x 8-inch wheels front and back giving a massive surface area to skip across sand and snow, at as much as 20mph. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Luxury car maker Lexus has created a real-life, rideable hoverboard. Still not as cool as Marty McFly's though. (image credit: Lexus)
RYNO’s maximum speed is 10mph, which is roughly equal to a 6-minute mile. (image credit: Ryno)
Impossible is a good looking bike that ingeniously folds down into a case that doubles as the saddle. (image credit: Kickstarter)
Boosted gives you the feeling of snowboarding, surfing, and wakeboarding, but it has electric motors, powerful brakes, and wireless control.  (image credit: Boosted)
This is a replica twin-seater racing car, but for the road. It costs about £10,000 (building it from a kit) or around £19,000 ready to drive away. (image credit: Furore)
Fiberglass Freaks makes replica Batmobiles officially licensed by DC Comics. It's awesome but costs a small fortune. (image credit: Fiberglass Freaks)
The Lightcycle is based on the vehicle from 2010's Tron: Legacy. Amazing, right? (image credit: Parker Brothers)