Yes, a company has unveiled “Jetovator”, the world’s first water-powered, flying bike. This invention lets riders soar “to heights of up to 30ft, dive down to 10 ft below the water, and rocket above the surface at speeds up to 25mph.” Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.


Combining the sleek body of a racing motorcycle with the aerial capabilities of a fighter aircraft, the JETOVATOR allows the rider to experience the thrill of flying with the ease of riding a bike. The intuitive controls allow first time riders to fly like professional pilots.


In order to ride the hose on the Jetovator, you’ll need your own personal watercraft (Seadoo, Yamaha or Kawasaki), a $9,000 Jetovator kit that features an aluminum frame with a fiberglass “street-bike-styled body”. Just hook the Jetovator up to your watercraft with a 50-foot hose, and the upward thrust from water being jetted downwards propels the bike.

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