The World’s First Flying Bicycle
We know it’s a quite thorny take for you to have the flying car. Here we introduce Paravelo, the world’s first flying bicycle by XploreAir. It is a conventional two-wheeled bike that doubles as a cool para-trike aircraft. When ready to take off, deploy the para-wing to the bicycle enclosed in a backpack. It’ll start a powerful two-stroke gasoline engine and then propeller will also start rotating to take you as high as 4000 ft.
The airspeed limit is 25 mph (15 mph on land) and a full tank can make you in the air for a cool 75 miles. This ultra-light aircraft features high grade aluminum frames and carbon fiber three-bladed propeller. It serves four objectives namely, ride, tow, fly, and flamp (fly + camping). It is easily foldable and fits in the trunk of your car. As soon as XploreAir finalize the GPS enabled design, the Parajet company will help manufacture the bike on massive scale.