British inventor and science nut Colin Furze has posted a bunch of videos explaining how to go about creating your own flying motorcycle.
The flying bike has been built using light alloy, which is resistant enough to support the weight and efforts of two Rotax engines used the power the machine. Once up in the air, it’s controlled using a series of weights, which move both side to side and back and forth. It doesn’t look easy to control, but if you can’t get it up in the air, you could always use it as a lawnmower…
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