The restored 1967 Gyro-X has recently returned to Lane Motor Museum after being overseas for the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Esta. This show owes its privileged status among the world's most prestigious heritage events for historic vehicles to a number of unique attributes. This year, Lane Motor Museum and the recently restored 1967 Gyro-X were invited to attend. The Gyro-X was well received by everyone and surprised many by how it could stay balanced on only two wheels. You can read more about how the Gyro-X operates here

 

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

Lane Gyro X VdE 2019-photo-credit-Dirk de Jager

 

Photos of the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Esta courtesy of Wes Dueknkel

 
 

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