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And now, the bicycle jetpack


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Thrustpac – a petrol-driven propeller enables bicycle users to hit speeds of up to 130kph (80mph).

The device is controlled by a special glove which allows the rider to accelerate or slow down simply by flexing their index finger.

http://www.metro.co....mp;in_page_id=2
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it's not really a jet-pack if it's prop driven...plus...do you have to drive around with your arm up like that? (not to mention that goofy smile)...i could see "repercussions" from that
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I'd rather have one of these.

http://www.whizzermo...ifications.html

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http://www.whizzermo...ifications.html

:whistling: i think i might be in love...
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