Personal watercraft such as jet skis are used by millions of Americans each year, but they weren't always that popular. Learn how personal watercraft came to be, how they work and the laws and environmental concerns that govern them.
Humankind may be way behind schedule perfecting our damn hoverboards that “Back To The Future II” promised us, but modern engineering has made up ground by rocket=boosting just about every other mode of conveyance possible. We can already satisfy our need for speed on souped-up skateboards, rollerblades, and surfboards, to say nothing of so-called “hoverboards” […]
Zapata has developed a new watercraft that lets you fly, and it's easier than riding a bike. Using a water jet thrust attached to a jet ski hose, the Flyride is propelled as water runs up the middle of the...
The flying water propelled bike will let you whiz through the sea like a Stormtrooper flying through the forests of Endor on a speeder bike. The flying bike harnesses the ocean’s power to propel you high above the water’s surface at speeds up to 25 miles per hour.