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Hoverbike

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A hoverbike (or hovercycle) is a vehicle that can hover, but that otherwise resembles a motorbike, mainly by having at least two propulsive portions - one in front of and one behind the driver.

Starting in 2014, Malloy Aeronautics has been developing a hoverbike that has experimented with quadcopter-like lift. In 2015, the company announced collaboration with the United States Defense Department at the Paris Airshow.

In April 2016, British inventor Colin Furze announced he had created a hoverbike using two paramotors.

The Aero-X is a designed to carry up to two people.

The Hoversurf Scorpion 3 is a hoverbike launched in 2017. It is famously used by the Dubai Police Force.

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