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The Super Sky Cycle

Here’s a video suggesting the Super Sky Cycle could be the perfect thing for hopping down to the store for a few items, although I think the Super Sky Cycle would have been more ideal for the “hundred dollar hamburger”, those flying jaunts that pilots sometimes take with the avowed purpose to have a meal somewhere away from the local airport, but which is actually just another excuse the fly. In the case of the Super Sky Cycle, it would have been far more feasible for the destination of the hundred dollar hamburger excursion to be an eatery with a drive-through.



Below is a video entitled “Testing the Motorcycle Half of the Super Sky Cycle.” Here the Super Sky Cycle is stripped down to only its frame—no rotor, no propeller, and no engine to fly with. Instead, a separate engine is used to propel the machine in motorcycle mode. (In a photo on a following page, you can get a closer look at the drive mechanism for the motorcycle mode.)

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Light-Sport Gyroplanes:
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More
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The 2017 supplement for
Light-Sport Gyroplanes

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