It’s in planning. In 2010, this flying motorcycle is gonna be soar.
Samson Motorworks designs flying motorcycles, and now the company has modified its approach, rolling out the airworthy Switchblade. It’s a three-wheeled multimode vehicle (MMV) with a scissors-like wing for flying and a torsion bar lean system for its role as a road rocket.
This looks like even more fun than previous flying vehicles, which was much faster than this, but stays securely planted on terra firma. Want one of these flying Switchblades? Samson’s not talking price yet, but says the sky bike will be ready for sale by early next year.
Christened as The Super Sky Cycle, the flying motorcycle by Butterfly LLC, from Oklahoma is a cross flanked by a gyroplane with folding rotor cutting edges and an insubstantial, three-wheeled motorbike. Its multi functionality allows you to drive it on the road, park it in your garage or fly it through the air. The Super Sky Cycle is driven by Rotax 912ULS 100-hp four-stroke engine that can let you 55 mph in the highway speed plus a top speed in surplus of 100 mph in the voyage. Avaialble for sale over their website, the flying motorcycle costs $ 45,995 for the SSCycle(912ULS Rotax100hp) and or $ 56,995 for SCycle(Rotax Turbo 115hp). If it fails to convince you then do check out the M200G flying vehicle from Moller International all set to hit market by 2009.