Manta5 Hydrofoil Bike

Nov 21, 2017

Category: Rides

Bored with stand-up paddle boarding around calm bodies of water? The Manta5 Hydrofoil Bike may be worth a second look.

Made from aluminum and featuring two carbon fiber hydrofoils, this water-bound bike is capable of skimming along the top of lakes, rivers, and open ocean at high speeds. Thanks to the 400-watt pedal assist motor riders can go for miles and miles without too much fatigue. End up losing balance and falling into the water? The Hydrofoil Bike has the ability to start back up while still submerged in water. And don’t worry about leaving this at any one specific dock. Manta5 engineered this nautical wonder to break down to a small enough size to fit in your trunk for adventures in the ocean, or the lake.

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