Haiflyike

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The Haiflyike is currently the fastest human powered hydrofoil. Designed by Alexander Gäbler.

Comments:

Posted by Ian on
I'm interested in making something similar to the Haiflyike for personal use. Is there a kit available for purchase or could someone put me in touch with Alexander?
Posted by Sam Mahana on
How can I buy one of these? Pretty sweet!!!
Posted by Steven Merz on
Hi,

I would like to purchase one of this Haiflyike.

Please tell me where.

Kind Regards Steven Merz, Switzerland
Posted by Daniel Kim on
Hi Alex,
I would like to buy or know how to make it. I am MTB rider in Korea. It seems very interesting to ride haiflyike. Would you drop me a tip how to buy it from korea.
Daniel Kim
Posted by Zach on
Hi I am trying to get my hands on one of these but there seems to be none for sale.
Where can I look or will I have to find plans/make one myself.
Posted by Jean-Luc Laborieux on
Hi Alex, I'm from France and i would like to build a foil like yours. Is it possible to buy your plans to build one for me ? Or do you sell yourself ready made foils ?
Thank you.
Jean-Luc
Posted by Jean-Luc Laborieux on
Hi Alex, I'm from France and i would like to build a foil like yours. Is it possible to buy your plans to build one for me ? Or do you sell yourself ready made foils ?
Thank you.
Jean-Luc
Posted by Ramón García on
Hi Alex, I would like to build a foil like yours or to buy one, for personal use. I'm from Spain.

thank you

Ramón
Posted by Nigel Phillips on
Hello, congratulations on a wonderful machine. I would also be very interested in information on how to either construct or purchase one for personal use.

Thank you,

Nigel
Posted by Alex on
Good day! tell me how much is Haiflyike 1piece? and how long will be travelling to Ukraine? and how much will it cost forwarding? thank you for your attention!! waiting for a reply!!!
Posted by j s Choi on
Hi Alex,
I would like to buy or know how to make it. I am lovely rider in Korea. It seems very interesting to ride haiflyike. Would you drop me a tip how to buy it from south korea.
Posted by Robert Kaindlsdorfer on
Hello!

is there a kit which i can buy to build one myself?
if so how much would this cost and where can i buy one?

best wishes, thanks a lot, robert
Posted by Craig Sweno on
this looks incredible would love to have one to pedal the mississippi from minnesota to the gulf
Posted by boon lim on
I am very impressed with the video on the waterbike. Do you know how I can buy one? I already have old windsurf boards and carbon bike that I can modify, but will need to buy the foils and also the power transfer system from the pedal to the foil beneath. My email is boon at lwmeasurements dot com
Posted by boon lim on
oh, I am in Berkeley, California
Posted by christian cavazza on
Hello, very interested in buying 5-7 of these Fantastic Haiflyke. Would be great to porous it as a fitness product on the lake. As a trainer and organizer of Ludo.competitive events, i can already immagine an amazing folkloristical event of my Village. Hope you can give me an idea of the price, of the opportunity to order some of them. Thanks for the payed attention,

Kind regards

Christian Cavazza
Posted by Russell on
Do you sell your hydrofoil or plans for for it? I need a new toy that no one else has. I live on the coast near Sydney in Australia and I would like to be the the first kid on the river with a human powered hydrofoil Help me please!
Thanks,
Russell
Posted by Brandon Pretorius on
Hi,

As per other posters here, I would like to find out more about the 'Haiflyike', would like to import to South Africa.
Posted by Fred on
I am looking to buy some
Posted by Francisco on
I would like to buy or know how to make it, tanks!!!
Posted by daniele on
ciao dove posso acquistare haiflyike e quanto costa ciao
Posted by Guillou on
Hello, I am really interested to buy this bike. Where can I find it in Europe, Netherlands? Can you export it? What is the price of this waterbike. Thank you very much in advance for your feedback.
Posted by Guillou on
Hello, I am really interested to buy this bike. Where can I find it in Europe, Netherlands? Can you export it? What is the price of this waterbike. Thank you very much in advance for your feedback.
Posted by Jules on
Hello. Is there a site on the internet (Or a book or whatever) where I can learn how to build this wonderful machine?
Posted by Michael on
Hi Alex i would like to buy this bike, please write me how i can get this.
thank you Michael
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