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This e-Bike can ride on water

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This e-Bike can ride on water

This e-Bike can ride on water

A New Zealand company has developed a new way to get moving on water, with the help of pedal power and an electric engine.

On display at the CES tech show in Vegas, the Manta5 Hydrofoiler can reach speeds of 12 mph (20 kph).View on euronews

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