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Star Wars Hoverbike for sale

Updated on July 26, 2012

Star Wars Fans Lookout The Hoverbike is here

Do you like flying but don't have a license? Then you need to buy the new hoverbike. The hoverbike is a Carbon fiber with Kevlar reinforcement and foam core motorcycle without the cycle. It is powered by a flat twin 4-stroke engine that will get you as high as 10,000 feet off of the ground. And will get you up to speeds of 150 KIAS (knots indicated airspeed) which is about 173 mph.

The hoverbike was designed by Chris Malloy, an Australian mechanical designer. He has been designing the craft in his garage for the last 2 1/2 years. So far the bike is only a prototype, that has been going through extensive testing. He says if you want buy a prototype now, and do your own testing, you can contact him by phone at 61 411 255 847 or by email at info@hover-bike.com.

When Malloy's masterpiece is complete, and it tests out safely, he'll sell them at around $45,000AUD a piece, depending on how many orders he recieves. He hopes the Hoverbike will be in limited production within a year, and full production in two years. For all of you Science Fiction fans out there, I would suggest start saving now!

For facts about the hoverbike you can go to here.


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      daskittlez69 6 years ago from midwest

      Thanks for the comment ClaudeV I agree looks like it would be a lot of fun, but very dangerous to the wrong person.

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      ClaudeV 6 years ago from Texas

      Hello Jetsons - Looks pretty interesting, would like to see one in person.

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      daskittlez69 6 years ago from midwest

      yeah at a target 40 meters wide they could be dangerous ;)

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      LittleStash 6 years ago

      Someone with a steady hand could really bullseye some wombats from that thing!