The Amazing Hoverbike

Fans of the legendary Star Wars Speeder Bike can now get their hands on their very own flying motorbike – which can reach an altitude of 10,000ft and speeds of over 100mph. The futuristic creation – dubbed the Hoverbike – is the world’s first flying motorcycle and was invented by helicopter pilot Chris Malloy. The Australian inventor spent his life savings on the project, which took two and a half years to complete.

Fans of the legendary Star Wars Speeder Bike can now get their hands on their very own flying motorbike - which can reach an altitude of 10,000ft and speeds of over 100mph. The futuristic creation - dubbed the Hoverbike - is the world's first flying motorcycle and was invented by helicopter pilot Chris Malloy. The Australian inventor spent his life savings on the project, which took two and a half years to complete.

Fans of the legendary Star Wars Speeder Bike can now get their hands on their very own flying motorbike - which can reach an altitude of 10,000ft and speeds of over 100mph. The futuristic creation - dubbed the Hoverbike - is the world's first flying motorcycle and was invented by helicopter pilot Chris Malloy. The Australian inventor spent his life savings on the project, which took two and a half years to complete.

Fans of the legendary Star Wars Speeder Bike can now get their hands on their very own flying motorbike - which can reach an altitude of 10,000ft and speeds of over 100mph. The futuristic creation - dubbed the Hoverbike - is the world's first flying motorcycle and was invented by helicopter pilot Chris Malloy. The Australian inventor spent his life savings on the project, which took two and a half years to complete.

Fans of the legendary Star Wars Speeder Bike can now get their hands on their very own flying motorbike - which can reach an altitude of 10,000ft and speeds of over 100mph. The futuristic creation - dubbed the Hoverbike - is the world's first flying motorcycle and was invented by helicopter pilot Chris Malloy. The Australian inventor spent his life savings on the project, which took two and a half years to complete.