Jetovator Jet Bike – The Jet Ski Powered Water Bike! [Video]
There are all kinds of reasons that hydroflyers such as Flyboard, Flyride and Jetovator remain so popular on the personal watercraft market.
That’s because they are a lot of fun, and time on the water is far more unforgettable!
The biggest drawback, however, is the price. They can be about as expensive as a brand new jet ski. And, it’s for that reason, people tend to rent a jetbike as to buying one outright. Thankfully, there is a multitude of jet ski rental servicesthat offer these devices!
JetDrift has amassed several crucial facts about the Jetovator (along with some videos) to get you better acquainted with this unique adult toy!
A Look At Jetovator: What This Jet Bike Can Offer You
Jetovator (known as Jet Bike as well) is a unique hydroflyer, it looks like a bike but it’s powered by a jet ski!
What may surprise you about the Jetovator is that it can hit speeds of up to 25 miles per hour and cruise for long distances. The height limit of the vehicle is 40 feet, but it can dive under the water for a minute amount of time. While riders can do freestyle tricks, it’s best that these are carried out only by experts or professionals.
A drawback of the Jetovator is that it lacks a power source of its own, which means you need to have at least 180-horsepower personal watercraft to use it. The Jetovator sends water thrust from the jet to the Jetovator bike via a 66-foot hose. The water thrust will help in propelling the Jetovator into the air.
The water thrust can also be redirected to the two front nozzles to control the Jetovator. The jet ski, which is powering the Jetovator, follows behind it with the hose acting as a teether. This is similar to what you see with other accessories, such as water skiing and wakeboarding. However, this accessory is for towing the boat. A supplied thrust adapter is used to redirect the jet thrust 180 degrees to the jet ski. This can be easily installed and removed, so you can use the PWC as you usually would.
Two people are needed to use the standard Jetovator kit: one person on the Jetovator to control the height and direction; the other person on the jet ski to control the engine throttle. It sounds a bit complex, but the jet ski rider takes the vehicle throttle up to around 80 percent full power and remains there until the Jetovator wants to come down.
What Are 7 Key Features Of A Jetovator?
- Easy-to-use hydroflight device (similar to riding a bike)
- Impressive swivel hose connector that lets you do advanced maneuvers without the worry of the hose kinking up
- Long tube to provide a ceiling height of 50 feet
- Tri-jet design so you have power steering and lift
- Better bike seat design for better comfort amid a longer flight time
- More powerful U-pipe jet ski connector to ensure plenty of water flow to Jetovator
- Works with most Yamaha, SeaDoo and Kawasaki watercrafts
Keep in mind that the cost of the Jetovator does not include the price of a personal watercraft. You must buy these separately!
Even with its fantastic flying capabilities, learning how to work the Jetovaor is easy to do. While it may sound impossible to balance on top of a moving hose, the apparatus is so stable that anybody can use it effectively within 20 minutes.
About Jetavation, Inc.
Jetavation, Inc. is the leading company in the hydroflight industry. The company started operations in 2011 with its Jetovator, which became the first water-propelled flying bike to be offered in the world.
Since that time, Jetavation continues to break design molds and engineering with an extensive line of products for people to enjoy.
Jetavation has manufactured various kinds of hydroflyers, with the most popular being the Jetovator. Its Freedom Flyer is also the industry’s first Hyroflight design to help the disabled and paraplegic communities.
The company also partakes in various non-profit events such as the Wounded Combat Veterans, which trains them to fly the Freedom Flyer.
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