A mad English scientist Colin Furze, a plumber, stuntman, inventor, filmmaker, and YouTuber from Stamford, Lincolnshire, England, has built an extraordinary flying Hoverbike that works perfectly.
As we all know, the crazy inventor Colin Furze was well known for his crazy inventions like the world’s longest motorbike, the world’s fastest stroller made with turbojet engines, Homemade thermite cannons, and wearable weapons that spit Hot Fire.
Crazy Inventor Builds An Extraordinary Flying Hoverbike
As the mad English scientist, Colin Furze takes inspiration from the crazy ideas of his YouTube fans when he is not busy with other work.
If you know the mad English scientist Colin Furze very well and are familiar with all his crazy inventions, then you might know that all his crazy stories and his videos are really uncommon and amazing; there is no doubt about it.
We all know that this creative, crazy inventor Colin Furze knows what he’s doing, even if he is not a trained engineer.
Now the crazy inventor Colin Furze has built an extraordinary flying Hoverbike, another example of his crazy and unique invention, and this invention shows how creative he is.
We might not find the HoverBike in a store anytime soon, as the crazy inventor Colin Furze’s concept needs lots of polishing before becoming a commercial product.
The mad English scientist Colin Furze said that “The HoverBike which he created, it does not have any steering wheel, no breaks, and no seat, but it’s got two motors and two accelerators that should be enough to get it airborne”.
In the YouTube description of the video, the mad English scientist Colin Furze wrote that “What a creation, it’s an [sic] unhinged flying bike/human blender but unbelievably it gets off the ground and actually FLYS [sic], and Considering the amount of time I’ve spent on this and the fact this is my first EVER attempt at making anything that leaves the ground, this is well and truly a job well done”.
According to the sources, the latest project of the mad English scientist Colin Furze was sponsored by the Ford as a part of the automatic campaign, encouraging innovation by telling people to try new and extraordinary things.