FLYRIDE FLYING PERSONAL WATERCRAFT

Zapata has developed a new watercraft that lets you fly, and it's easier than riding a bike. Using a water jet thrust attached to a jet ski hose, the Flyride is propelled as water runs up the middle of the bike and is forced out through twin steerable jets at the front. Self-balancing sensors keep the Flyride upright, and there are four different flight modes, along with throttle assistance, and an automated takeoff routine. There's even a barrel roll button that becomes active once you have enough altitude, spinning you around once or twice before returning you to vertical.

Developed in the 1950s for the Danish and Swedish military it glides on in freezing weather and stays solid in the heat. Flavored with vanilla; Made by the hardest Danes alive.

Developed in the 1950s for the Danish and Swedish military it glides on in freezing weather and stays solid in the heat. Flavored with vanilla; Made by the hardest Danes alive.