hoverbike

  • This crazy looking motorcycle-styled hoverbike appeared in early 2017 and we were skeptical the contraption would ever move beyond just an odd engineering curiosity. However, Hoversurf has revealed its hoverbikes are now ready for production and preorders are open, with delivery scheduled for 2019.
  • The magical kingdom of Dubai continues to cement its dual reputations as both the world’s most future-forward city, and the most desperate for attention, with the announcement that it plans to add quadcopter-style hoverbikes to its police fleet.
  • Here at New Atlas we love a good hoverbike. So when Kalashnikov, the Russian weapons manufacturer best known for its infamous AK-47 assault rifle, released a video demonstrating a strange hoverbike prototype it certainly piqued our interest.
  • Aspiring amputees should check out this latest manned multirotor out of Russia. The Hoversurf Scorpion is a motorcycle-styled hoverbike with four high-speed props mounted right at leg-amputation level. And it's already flying high enough to bang the pilot's head on the rafters.
  • One of the best things about Lego is the world of possibilities it opens – you can let your imagination run wild and turn kits into something exciting. That's what BMW has done with its R1200GS Adventure motorbike, creating the Hover Ride from Lego and giving it over to the production team.
  • ​What started as crazy DIY project in an Australian backyard six years ago has now blossomed into a cutting-edge aircraft for the US Army, with military officials showing off a version of Malloy Hoverbike in flight.
  • Well-known backyard inventor Colin Furze has proven common sense and engineering experience aren't prerequisites for creating crazy, hovering vehicles by strapping two-stroke petrol parajet motors to a metal frame, in the process creating a DIY hoverbike.
  • Malloy Aeronautics has been busy in the last 10 months, today announcing a partnership with a Maryland-based military research firm to develop its Hoverbike vehicle for the US Department of Defense. Gizmag caught up with the Hoverbike team at the 2015 Paris Air Show.
  • With the Hoverbike quadcopter drone-based Kickstarter project already a success, we took the opportunity to head down to the Malloy Aeronautics workshop to take a look at that quadcopter, and the work-in-progress manned craft.
  • Malloy Aeronautics revealed its Hoverbike back in 2011, and has been busy refining the design ever since. Thanks to its Kickstarter campaign, you can get your hands on a working 1/3rd scale version of the vehicle, while helping the team in the development of the manned vehicle.