Here’s A Video Of A Working Hoverbike That Didn’t Explode

We’ve previously highlighted YouTuber Colin Furze ingenuity with his Steampunk Thermite Launcher. Now he’s back with another invention and it’s a working Hoverbike that somehow didn’t end up exploding or killing him.

Given that it’s all homemade, it was surprising to see that the Hoverbike managed to hover above ground for brief periods of time and didn’t end up injuring anyone. Sure, it might be fun to ride one but we wouldn’t recommend you building one as it looks terribly unsafe.

Check out the Hoverbike in action below:

Source: Colin Furze (YouTube)

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