California startup Jetpack Aviation (JPA) was the first company to design and create a jetpack for personal flight. But now, it’s created the world’s first flying motorcycle, which is currently available for preorder.
Dubbed the “Speeder”, the self-stabilising, jet turbine-powered flying motorcycle is available for a cool AU$552,000 and is capable of over 240-kilometre speeds and 4572-metre altitudes, New Atlas reported.
Build on JPA’s jet turbine expertise, The Speeder uses a cluster of four turbojet engines putting out a combined maximum thrust of 705 lbs of force.
Running on kerosene, JetA or diesel, you can spend up to 22 minutes in the air, dependent on pilot weight and altitude density.
The Speeder features hand controls, a 12-inch touch screen for navigation and a built-in two-way radio system for air-to-air and air-to-ground communication. JPA says the bike is being built to fit the FAA law, meaning you won’t need a license to fly it.
The company plans to build only 20 of their flying motorcycles for now, and you can reserve one for yourself for the a cool US$15,000.
If you've got too much money you can preorder a flying motorcycle here.