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Skyryse One Helicopter

Skyryse One is changing the game in helicopter flight, combining simplicity with advanced technology. Priced at under $2 million, this California-based innovation features a streamlined cockpit with a single four-axis control stick and two touchscreens, reminiscent of flying a drone. The SkyOS operating system, using fly-by-wire technology, replaces traditional mechanical controls, simplifying the flying experience.

While not a full autopilot, SkyOS assists pilots by continuously analyzing inputs and conditions, ensuring a safe flight envelope. The system also introduces features like Hover Assist and automated autorotation during engine failure for added safety. With a standard helicopter Private Pilot License and 20 hours of additional training for airplane-licensed pilots, entry barriers are lowered.

Skyryse One delivers dynamic envelope protection, automated autorotation, and user-friendly touch-screen controls. Set to launch in 2025 pending FAA certification, Skyryse aims to make flying safer and more accessible, attracting a new wave of aviation enthusiasts.

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Again, we have rounded up some more practical and functional accessories to turn your commute more pleasant. Some cool stuff that´ll make the time you spend on the bike even more enjoyable whether you’re riding into the office or not. Check out some of our favorite, bike-centric gadgets below, whether you’re a hardcore cyclist or just getting off training wheels, we have listed some awesome products that’ll make your journey to work that bit easier....
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SpeedKore 1974 BMW 3.0 CS

Tony Stark has a taste for performance automobiles, something that his real-world counterpart, Robert Downey Jr, shares as well. This impressive 1974 BMW 3.0CS was built by SpeedKore for actor Robert Downey Jr. and features the famous BMW S38 inline-six from the E34 M5, pumping out a healthy 335hp. In the build, modern touches are not missing but have been cleverly camouflaged, it features Brembo brakes, a Bilstein suspension setup, a set of gunmetal HRE three-piece...
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Escape the ordinary and explore the world on the Adlar, a versatile carbon gravel bike from Wilier. Perfect for touring, bikepacking, and all-road adventures, the Adlar is meticulously designed for ultra-endurance rides. Its robust carbon frame, inspired by MTB geometry, ensures stability on various terrains. With a short stem and an open steering angle, control is excellent even with a full load. The Adlar´s frame supports extra-long fork stays and ...
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