I'm quite the cycling advocate myself and I love nothing more than spending a sunny afternoon doing some serious downhill biking to the point when you're going so fast it feels like you're hovering above the ground. The Hoyoung Lee Flying Bike was designed specifically around that feeling, because it actually hovers.
If you look closely at the bike you'll see that there are no spokes in the wheels. The rear part of the frame is attached to the rim with a magnet, so the harder you ride the higher it goes. The Hoyoung Lee Flying Bike may just give me the edge I need to enter the Tour De France.
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The Design of the Hoyoung Lee Flying Bike is Not So Down-to-Earth
- By: Alex ScottFeb 19, 2010