Gibbs Biski Amphibious Motorcycle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Gibbs was put on the map for the Quadski, an amphibious quad built for adventurers. To help grow their business, the brand went back to the drawing board and came up with another equally awesome vehicle; the Biski.

As you probably guessed from the name, this thing is essentially a motorcycle and a personal watercraft – all at once. The 2-wheeler is capable of reaching speeds of up to 80 mph on land, an it’s no slouch in the water either, reaching speeds of up to 37 mph. The twin-cylinder machine is rated at 55 horsepower, and features an aluminum monocoque hull. The bike made its debut at AIMexpo, and while this is just a concept model for the time being, we imagine the Michigan-based brand will eventually bring it to market. Check out the video below to see this thing in action. [Purchase]

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