Gyro-X and Other Gyro-Stabilized Vehicles

These pages were created to highlight the fascinating possibilities of gryo-stabilized vehicles. You might also want to check out the gyro car blog.

Over the years, this page has attracted a lot of visitors. Some of you have emailed me to share your interest and knowledge.

I appreciate your input and will try to answer as best I can.

If you have a site or page that deals with this topic and would like a link here, let me know. Send email to scobb at scobb dot net. Probably the broadest collection of images and info is here.

This paper explains the early military uses of gyroscopes.

The Gyro-X, 1967 gryoscopically stabilized automobile or gyro car by Gyro Trasnsport Systems with design work by Alex Tremulis

The Gyro-X Files

The most amazing automobile ever developed?
125 mph on a 1.3 litter, 80-hp engine in 1967!
Did the government cover-up the Gyro-X?

For the Gryo-X files, read on...

What was the Tuscan and where did it go?
Tuscan gyro cycle


This page updated May, 2007, by scobb at scobb dot net © Copyright, 1999-2007, S. Cobb