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Japanese Start-up Develops World’s First Flying Bike In This Futuristic Transportation Mechanism (Watch)

The Oasis Reporters

September 16, 2022





By Greg Abolo

From Electric bikes on land to Flying Bikes in the air, stories of technological breakthroughs would continually tingle ears with broad smiles on faces for the joys they’d be bringing in this constantly evolving world of refreshing newness.

Every year, European, American and Asian start-ups continually invent the future and it gets so exciting from day to day.

Now, a Japanese startup AERWINS has developed the world’s first flying bike. It’s already on sale in Japan and a smaller version is slated for a U.S. release in 2023 with an estimated price tag of $777,000.

It can fly at a speed of 62MPH and can fly for 40 minutes non stop. Time enough to move from Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city to Kano much further North and back as all bandits are avoided on roads taken over by them in daring kidnappings that leaves government security forces awe stricken..




It is only when the bikes enter into the Nigerian market before people can know the who is who amongst the country’s dollar millionaires and these may be billionaires who buy Election delegates upfront before purchasing the voters, made hungry through the policies of the power hungry and desperate moneybags that keep them poor, so as to be able to purchase their votes in every four year election cycle.

With this news of the Flying Bikes, a distinction would now be made between those who ride bikes (popularly called ‘Okadas’ in Nigerian street slang on land, and the truly rich who would be flying their Okadas in the air.

All eyes are looking up to the skies now to site the first city the Flying Bikes would appear in.

Greg Abolo

Greg Abolo

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