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ONDA Cycle

A project in San Diego, CA by Tyler Hadzicki and Joe Hadzicki

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Not a bike or board. Redefining the way you move. 3 Wheels, 2 Pedals, and YOU. The most daring machine you'll ever ride. Guaranteed.
Backers: 140
Average Pledge Per Backer: $334

Funded: $46,704 of $15,000
Dates: Apr 15th -> May 5th (20 days)
Project By: Tyler Hadzicki and Joe Hadzicki
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Latest News

Tyler Hadzicki, Teen, Raises Over $46,000 On Kickstarter For His Invention, Onda Cycle (VIDEO)

June 11th - via: huffingtonpost.com
When Tyler Hadzicki was in middle school, he had an idea for a science fair project to make "a better bike." Now, according to ABC 10 News, the 17-year-old from California has developed his invention, the Onda Cycle, into an actual product. (Read More)

Up Grades in the Works

May 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Hey Guys! As we're nearing the end of our¬†campaign, I thought I'd show you some of the future plans we have for modding the ONDA.¬† We're planing meaty pneumatic tires on the back for all you guys who want to take this off-roading. It offers some... (Read More)

The Final Week

April 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey Everyone! This past week has been insane! I can't thank you guys enough for all your support. We're almost at $30k which is what I was looking for on my original project! I'm completely amazed by the way things have played out. On the press... (Read More)

100% Funding!

April 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey Everyone! I am so EXCITED right now because we just passed our goal of $15,000! I can't thank you guys enough for your support. We couldn't have done it without you. This has been a tremendous learning process for me and I appreciate your... (Read More)

ONDA Cycle

April 16th - via: wasabimountain.com
The ONDA Cycle has a handle that gives the rider control over the rear swivel wheels, allowing for complete directional control over every surface that touches the road. ONDA takes on a traditional trike design with the pedals protruding forward of the front wheel, resulting in a smaller wheel base for tighter turning radius and centralized weight distribution. This smaller wheel base and extra dimension in control translates directly into a whole new type of riding style, where 360 spins, and sharp 90 degree turns are the norm. (Read More)

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