In order to attract the attention of new riders, Suzuki motorbike dealers are banking on new technology that increases fuel efficiency without compromising power and performance. New cutting edge technology has allowed an efficient design on every component during the manufacturing process.

Meanwhile, have you heard about the flying motorbike in Dubai? In the not-too-distant future, policemen will be riding this latest technological innovation. California-based start-upHoversurf has gifted Dubai Police with the first serial production units of its S3 2019 Hoverbike and has started to train the police officers on how to fly the motorbike.

The first Hoverbikewas showcased at tech expo GITEX in the white and green uniform of the Dubai Police. After a year, Hoversurf returned to Dubai with a new model of motorbike that has electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL). The eVTOL motorbike was described by Brigadier Khalid Nasser Alrazoogi, general director of Dubai Police Artificial Intelligence Department as a first responder unit that can be used to access hard-to-reach areas.

At present, two crews are already training to pilot the flying bike so that it can be put into action by 2020. According to Joseph Segura-Conn, chief operating officer of Hoversurf, they have to increase the number of pilots being trained. Ideal candidates are police officers who can ride motorbikes and drone operating experience.

Segura-Con also said that the Dubai Police has the exclusive right to order as many units as required. Those who are not members of the police force can also order the Hoversurf for $150,000. Even if the orders are allowed for civilians, they have to be screened whether they can handle the new technology.

In the United States, the hover bike has met the guidelines of the Federal Aviation Administration which means that even those without pilot license can fly the vehicle. This is exciting times for innovations in the aerospace industry.

You certainly cannot buy a flying motorbike from Suzuki motorbike dealers because they are not producing this technology. However, riders have a range of models to choose from that will cater to their motorcycle needs. The latest and the very best models are in stock including parts and accessories.