Aerofex is working on perfecting hover bike technology, which is harder than it sounds. The bike needs to respond to the driver’s natural sense of balance, leaving it without the need for flight control software. So far, according to Blastr they’ve achieved flights of 30 mph hovering 15 feet above the ground. With a little more tuning, these bad boys could be available for market by 2014.
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