"You're looking at my "Flyke" in action - it's a flying bike that can be pedalled (or propeller powered) on the ground, and flown in the air. I flew this from Land's End to John O'Groats in the summer of 2009 (www.flybike.co.uk), landing in random fields every couple of hours, cycling to petrol stations to refuel and then taking off again from nearby fields. Did this about 30 times altogether in the trip, and raised £17000 for charity all in - thank you! Next year I'm thinking of attempting to cross the channel, again in support of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation."
While he owns the flybike.co.uk and FlyingBike.com, another future trender owns Flkye.com.
And now there is another Flying Bike in production once again demonstrating the value that must be considered when you have a finite asset only on of thousands of qualified possibilities can leverage.
Of the others HUFFPO writes: " Is it a bike? Is it a plane?
Three Czech companies have teamed up to make a prototype of an electric bicycle that successfully took off Wednesday inside an exhibition hall in Prague and landed safely after a remote-controlled, five-minute flight.
Looking like a heavy mountain bike, it weighs 95 kilograms (209 pounds). It has two battery-power propellers in the front, two in the back and one each on the sides.
A dummy rode in the saddle.
Milan Duchek, technical director of Duratec, a bicycle frames maker, says more powerful batteries will be needed before a human takes a two-wheeled flight."
Read my story about the sale of FlyingCars.com HERE