Don’t Let A Little Bit Of Water, Like A Lake, Stop Your Motorcycle Riding Fun

When you’re riding your motorcycle along nice stretches of twisties and you end up riding towards a large body of water, like a lake, sea or river, what’s next? Is that where the fun ends, so you dismount your bike, admire the scenery and head on back home.
But it doesn’t have to be like that. No – this could be when the real fun starts. At least, if Alan Gibbs, a billionaire from New Zealand, has his way.

Gibbs is a passionate amphibian vehicle creator. He has spent many millions making amphibian cars, quads and now he has created an amphibian motorcycle.

Called the Biski, it’s a capable motorcycle when riding on the roads. A 55 HP engine propelling your motorcycle at 80 mph on the roads, but after a 5 second intervention (a push of a button), your motorcycle turns into a jetski capable of 37 mph using its onboard dual-jets propulsion system.

The whole motorcycle weighs on 503 lbs (228 kgs) and has a 20 liter fuel tank. Not convinced? Have a look at the video below and tell me that’s not fun! I dare you.

No price has been published yet, but at what price comes fun? Would you want one of these? I know, I do.

Source: Gibbs Sports

1 Comment to Don’t Let A Little Bit Of Water, Like A Lake, Stop Your Motorcycle Riding Fun

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A little more ground clearance, a set of knobbies, and this could be the ultimate Siberia-crossing machine. LaDue P.S. Does Walter know?





3/14/2016 at 1:40 am