Fantasy Comes Alive With The JetBike

We don’t live in Utopia, traffic snarls and packed commutes are the stark realities that we live with. A lucky few get to satisfy their urge of zipping down empty streets, past peak hours. Those not so lucky, vent their fury by tinkering with their vehicles and displaying their prowess in arenas. Others like Norio slip into the fantasy world and conspire to ride/glide on a Jet Powered Bike!

“Envisioning a jet powered flying bike powered by an alternative method of propulsion!”

Does that sound outrageous to you? Maybe for the moment it is, but I won’t grudge Norio for fantasizing such a beauty. After all he rides a motorcycle to work almost everyday. Such fantasies must be making the ride smoother for him!

Designer: Norio Fujikawa

46 Comments

  • Beautiful design, but how does it land?

  • John Q Public says:

    why does that horizontal stick thing at the bottom only have the jet engine looking oval on one side only. Also where do you put your feet? design looks nice, but i’m of the believe that this design would be better if it was to be influenced by the fact that things that fly fast usually have small/stubby wings, as opposed to long wings.

    • Pzon says:

      I would assume you have to wrap your legs round them or keep them dangling in mid-air. Unless those two holes on either side have extendible foot rests?

  • McMa says:

    Beautiful design indeed, but why would the thing need a muffler if it already has a jet engine?

    • cerberus says:

      the muffler purely for asthetics ! jet bikes ned all the help they can to look “Kewl” 😉

  • zippyflounder says:

    Nice render, I would like to hear the story on it. All designs be they conceptual, blue sky or client oriented all have stories.

  • Eric says:

    The only way this would get off the ground is with anti-gravity. Then the things sticking off the bike would be completely useless, and they already are now. Sure a jet engine can make you go, but wings make you fly. This has nothing on it to provide LIFT, only propulsion. Therefore, anti gravity. I can’t wait to ride this though, it looks like a flipping blast!

  • confucius says:

    Nice work! I agree with zippy its gotta have a story!

  • Madhav says:

    It’s a cool concept. This kind of concept, even if there are few issues to be solved, is worth the appreciation. Hats off!!!

  • macyo94 says:

    looks awsome. but would probably suck. your not gonna get off the ground without the antigravity. though i accept that this will eventually become part of our future this is not yet ready.

  • Tom says:

    Were can I buy one?

    Great Design

  • Sam, Wisconsin says:

    Wrong.

    This design does not belong here. This website is not for Sci-Fi, it is for practical realistic projects, that have at least 1% chance of creating a prototype.

  • So says:

    any idea what software this would of been drawn in?

  • Henrique Staino says:

    C’mon people. Really, this design is absolutely ridiculous!

  • dave says:

    RE: any idea what software this would of been drawn in?

    It could any of the major 3D packages such as Studio MAX, Maya, Rhino, Modo, etc etc. That’s kind of like asking a painter, “Your still life is gorgeous and emotionally moving. What brand of paint did you use?”

  • Hartigan says:

    Epic Fail !!!

  • Jak says:

    No offense, but even if that bike COULD fly, the design is horribly illogical in terms of landing, flying, and maneuverability. Those two steel pole-like things sticking out the sides of the bike would break off almost immediately, and if you tried to land it, that would definitely occur; there are no wheels, and there is no jet pointed at the ground to keep the bike in midair.

    The guy’s heart is in the right place, the concept is great, but from a design standpoint, the vehicle is completely flawed. And another thing, how are you supposed to steer it with those tiny handles?

  • ömür says:

    where does the driver put his feet on?

  • ömür says:

    where does the driver put his feet on?

  • Taylor says:

    oooo it gives me a project idea for a simulator… got any schematic multiviews?

  • Taylor says:

    oooo it gives me a project idea for a simulator… got any schematic multiviews?

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  • BURHANUDDIN FATEHI says:

    How does this bike remain standing when not in use?

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