Malloy’s Hoverbike isn’t quite ready yet, but when it is, Malloy expects it to fly 10,000 feet in the air at speeds of 173 mph. It uses the same flying mechanism as a helicopter.
When Malloy’s masterpiece is complete, and it tests out safely, he’ll sell them at $40,000 a piece. He hopes the Hoverbike will be in limited production within a year, and full production in two years. Maybe we’re much closer to living like the Jetson’s or in a Star Wars movie than we think.
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