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Go home, Czechs, you're drunk.

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It's a little big for "bike", just because it has two weels?

Anyway, I'm sensing a few years until we actually see "flying cars". lol

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The Wright brothers will be jealous.

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I... just don't see the purpose to this.

To big and clumsy to be used as a bike. the flying parts work better with 2 sets of turbine props on a backpack system, more portable and usable to.

at least the modern flying cars being developed are car size and somewhat usable as both.

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aero vertical propulsion bike.

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I'd just have to see that for myself. Seems a bit bulky.

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What if you cross over a big mud puddle ....

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In other words, it doesn't actually fly as one would expect.

 

Also, flying cars will never happen any time soon simply because of liability and safety concerns.

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A bicycle that brought together both the passions of cycling and flying is known as Paravelo. The Paravelo innovation is taken from the Czech Companies Technodat, Duratec and Evektor. Three different Czech companies are partnered together by using electric bicycle as its base, remote controlled rig to actually get some lift and a safe landing and the most important part is its demo in an exhibition hall in Prague. for more details visit: http://outfresh.com/latest-technology/the-bicycle-that-can-fly-paravelo/

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