It's the flying squad! Video shows Dubai officer ready to police the streets on a HOVERBIKE

  • Police in Dubai are introducing a single-seater hoverbike
  • The Hoversurf machine also doubles up as an unmanned drone
  • The flying bike can reach an altitude of 16ft and hit 43 miles per hour


Criminals in Dubai ought to be shaking in their boots, as police in the Arab Emirate have introduced a flying motorbike.
A new video shows a Dubai police officer testing out the new hoverbike, which has rotors instead of wheels that allow it to fly.
The hoverbike, capable of flying 16ft above ground, is seen emblazoned with Dubai police emblems as it is tested for the cameras.


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Whosh, whosh, it's the sound of the police: A Dubai officer is seen riding a hoverbike in a new video showcasing the force's latest vehicle

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On the fly: The Russian-made hoverbike can fly 16ft above the ground with a rider, and stay airborne for some 25 minutes








The stylised video shows the machine being piloted by a Dubai police officer dressed head-to-toe in black.
He is seen mounting the hoverbike before it takes off - with considerable force - into the air.



The video shows him expertly manoeuvering the flying craft over a carpark, with other Dubai police vehicles in the background.
The hoverbike also doubles as an unmanned drone, and was designed by Russian company Hoversurf.
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Ready to get high: The stylised video shows the machine being piloted by a police officer dressed head-to-toe in black

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Mean machine: The hoverbike also doubles as an unmanned drone and can carry 47stone

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Up, up, up: The officer is seen riding the hoverbike in a car park in Dubai

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It's a breeze: A camera mounted on the hoverbike gives a birds-eye view of the carpark