This French Inventor Flying Over The Atlantic Ocean On A Real Hoverboard Will Blow Your Mind

Photo: via The Telegraph 

And just like the time machine in “Back to the Future,” when this thing hits 88 mph, you’re going to see some serious shit.

According to The Telegraph, there is a real-life hoverboard that can be rented in both the US and the UK, and the video of a French inventor using it over the Atlantic Ocean just might make you cream your shorts.

Frank Zapata, the chief executive of Zapata Racing who once set the world record for the most backflips in a minute using a water jet pack, recently gave the Flyboard Air the old college try just off the western coast of France, and he did so at more than 160 feet above the water for just under seven minutes.

This French Inventor Flying Over The Atlantic Ocean On A Real Hoverboard Will Blow Your Mind

Jet-powered with four turbo engines, the Flyboard Air can be used over both land and water, and it can reach heights of up to 10,000 feet and speeds of 92.3 mph for around 10 minutes.

If you’re interested in getting on one of these bad boys, you’ll have to first spend 100 hours practicing over water and then practice another 20 hours over land before you’ll be allowed to take one out for a spin on your own. Plus, we’re assuming that you’ll have to sign some kind of waiver that says you’re responsible for all cleaning fees should you shit yourself at 90 mph.

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