Video: Dubai Police test rideable hoverbike

Dubai police are testing out futuristic hovering motorbikes which they hope will one day from part of its hi-tech patrol fleet.
The hoverbike concept, developed by Russian company Hoversurf, was unveiled at Dubais GITEX Technology Week.
The hoverbike concept, developed by Russian company Hoversurf, was unveiled at Dubais GITEX Technology Week.

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Dubai police are testing out futuristic hovering motorbikes which they hope will one day from part of its hi-tech patrol fleet.

The hoverbike concept, developed by Russian company Hoversurf, was unveiled at Dubai’s GITEX Technology Week.

The battery-powered flying bike will be used to respond to emergency situations.

When piloted, the hoverbike can fly for up to 25 minutes, reach a maximum speed of 70 kmph, carry up to 300kg and reach a height of five metres.

The hoverbike can also operate without a pilot, provided that the distance is no more than 6km.

See the video below:

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