Video: Dubai Police Officer Policing On A Hoverbike

Photo Courtesy: Hoversurf

The police in the Arab Emirate have introduced a flying motorbike.

A new video shows a Dubai police officer testing out the new hoverbike, which has rotors instead of wheels that allow it to fly.

The hoverbike, capable of flying 16 feet above ground was introduced by a Dubai police officer dressed in black. is

The Daily Mail reports that the bike can also double as an unmanned drone, and was designed by Russian company Hoversurf.

In February 2017, Hoversurf reported that they were working on the bike, called the “Scorpion-3”, a single-seat, electric-powered hoverbike.  It appears that is the same bike in the video released this week.

In 2015, the United States Department of Defense announced a deal with Malloy Aeronautics, a UK-based company, to develop a similar craft for the Army.

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  1. Rick

    those uncovered props would make mince meat out of any tossed rider unlucky enough to land on them…cool for a prototype but a little unstable and the blades need to be fully protected for rider safety…

  2. Merrill Henderson

    Looks good, but I imagine (at least for the time being) range and flight time will be fairly limited.

  3. Angellica Myers

    I’ll take a couple of these.

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