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This Badass Scorpion-3 Hoverbike Lets You Fly

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by Andrei Medina | Feb 21, 2017
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The future isn’t far off as after Russian company Hoversurf posted a video featuring their prototype hoverbike, the Scorpion-3.

The demo shows the electric-powered Scorpion-3, equipped with a set of quadcopters to aid in its flight. But the prototype definitely isn’t just for show after a rider mounted it and hovered for a good 20 seconds in the air.

The Scorpion-3’s horizontal and vertical movements were also briefly showcased.

According to Hoversurf, they currently see the Scorpion-3 as something that can be used for extreme sports although they do plan to expand its use as an actual means of transportation.

“It’s a unique electric-powered vessel combining a motorcycle seat with quadcopter drone technology bringing speed agility and stability of flight to the hands of amateur and professional navigators,” the company said in a statement.


When it comes to safety, the Scoprion-3 is geared with a flight controller system which is programed to ensure that speed and altitude are at safe levels.

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We’re just not sure about the current design of its quadcopter blades as it exposes the rider’s legs to a potential freak accident.

This is not the first time a hoverbike was introduced to the public. Last year, self-taught inventor Colin Furze made his homemade version prototype powered by a dualcopter system that also takes your feet off the ground.


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