Roads are getting chocked with traffic and there is no way we can escape it. Have you ever wanted that the two wheeler you are riding on should sprout wings and start flying all of a sudden to escape the mad rush? If yes, then read ahead. The concept designs unfurled by designers of this new age world are not limited to the roads but are getting a makeover to fly in the air and glide on water. Below is a list of flying bikes that may turn your dream into reality. They will prove to be an ultimate source of pleasure and inject a state of fun in your life, if you get to lay your hands on one.
1. Jet powered flying bike concept
The Jet Powered Flying Bike Concept has been envisioned by a designer named Norio Fujikawa. Like everyone around, the snarling traffic on the road got on his nerves and this anguish led to the creation of a Jet Powered Flying Bike Concept. The bike will fetch necessary power from an alternate method of propulsion. The beauty is till date a fantasy, but who knows when we see people flying around the city on this concept.
2. MoonRider flying bike concept
Now, this bike looks straight out of a sci-fi flick. Get ready to romance with fluffed up clouds with the MoonRider Flying Bike Concept, which will take you on a ride that is bound to make people envious. Its futuristic design makes the concept worth drooling at. The two wheel design has been put forward by Marko Design and is still in its concept stages. The super creation will come with the eco-friendly tag and will be electric powered. Wow! The front of this clean and green creation will come swathed with solar panels that will harness energy from the sun. But, for balance and propagation MoonRider will make good use of electronic motors when on the road. MoonRider Flying Bike Concept will force people to slip in a state of awe with its enchanting beauty and zero-emission streak.
3. Flying bike concept uses magnetic levitation to challenge gravity
Is there anything that can work againts gravity? Yes, the Flying Bike concept can and will fly high in the sky. Power is produced by using the momentum of the bicycle. The bike lifts up in the air and the gear gets in the middle of the rear wheel. This is not connected to anything except the power of the magnet, which is quite strong. As the the bike picks up speed, the kinetic energy makes the back of this Flying Bike concept rise up. When the speed is slowed down, it will roll like an everyday bike on the road. Wow! The awe-inspiring concept has been designed by Jungmin Park, Hoyoung Lee and Youngwoo Park.
4. Gonzalo Guerrero’s flying bike concept
Flying Bike Concept can be the vehicle of the future and make all your fantasies take a shape of reality. The mystifying concept, named Machine Fly, has been designed by Gonzalo Guerrero and comes sans any wheels. The elegant concept doesn’t look like an everyday motorbike from any angle, but has traits that will make eyes do a cartwheel in surprise. The shiny façade is well complemented by the presence of silver handle and yellow buttons. The outer skin comes dipped in the colors red and black, which make the concept all the more sumptuous. The rear comes fitted with an exhaust pipe just like the one we see in an everyday bike. The effect of friction will be minimized by the passage of air both above and below the flying creation. This will reduce dragging and encourage a streamlined flow of air.
5. VTOL AirBike concept
VTOL (Vertical Take-off and Landing) motorcycle concept has been designed by Allied Aerotechnics and vows to make hearts skip a beat every time it flies n the air. The bike will be fitted with a pair of contra-rotating ducted fans that will give birth to vectored thrust. This can be easily arranged to produce moments that will take you both ahead and back. The outlet nozzles are placed above the center of gravity of the bike and this helps stabilize the vehicle. In case an emergency strikes, the rider will be able to make good use of the ballistic parachute system. The AirBike will be able to cruise at a speed of 160 kmh. The project has been under the developing stage ever since 1984.