These are the times we’re living in, when flying electric motorcycles are being tested — one of which and foremost is the Airspeeder Mk. IV. Bet you didn’t know you wanted one before seeing this news, but let’s see how you feel after the article. I Want A Flying Electric Motorcycle
Image courtesy Airspeeder electric race series Even the name sounds cool, as if straight out of a 1940s rocket man comic strip, but this Airspeeder , which is also the name of the planned racing series backed by Australian startup Alauda Racing, is anything but 1940. Hailed as “a radical new airborne motorsport for the 21st century,” the new urban air mobility (UAM) machine made its public debut at this month’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. Images courtesy Airspeeder This new Airspeeder race series takes its inspiration and form from Formula E. Alauda Racing co-founder and CEO Matt Pearson recently also co-founded a global satellite internet startup that launched 4 nanosatellites into orbit in 2018. Matt has been interested in the electric vertical take-off & landing (eVTOL) industry for some time, and now aims to reach consumer sales of a flying electric motorcycle.
Pearson’s technology will be raced around an aerial track for Airspeeder. There was a static display of the Airspeeder Mk. IV octocopter at the Festival of Speed Future Lab for all to see at the latest Goodwood Festival of Speed. An Airspeeder Race Series, But How?
The first Airspeeder World Championship – featuring 5 teams and 10 […]