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The Super Sky Cycle

Although there may be others, Im aware of only two Super Sky Cycles that were sold and only one of which has flown. Below is a photo of the one that Roger Lessard possessed and which appears to be the same one in the videos on the preceding pages. It has the Rotax 912 engine

At this point, the world may never see another flying Super Sky Cycle. If theres any consolation in that, perhaps its that its one less thing to confuse people.

If novices often confuse gyroplanes with helicopters, consider the confusion that could be caused by a hybrid gyroplane and motorcycle. Imagine a crowd gathering, heads turned upward. Suddenly, someone points at an object and shouts, Look! Up in the Sky! Someone else shouts, Its a motorcycle! A third person yells, Its a gyroplane! Finally, another voice, tentative, says Hey, could that be a Super Sky Cycle?

Ira McComic

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Light-Sport Gyroplanes:
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