It manages to combine the horrendous balance issues of a penny farthing, the counter-intuitive grip of a motorcycle pillion seat and the "please laugh uproariously at me in the pub" element of the Sinclair C5 or the Segway.
It's almost as if the inventors sat down and thought to themselves "What ideas in the history of non-combustion engine transport were really
bad?... Let's put them all together!" Just looking at it, I can tell that if you hit a pothole while riding it, you're going to end up attempting to flatten the bumps in the road with your chin.
None of this, in any way shape or form, detracts from the fact that I would very much like to have a go on one.