Video: I'm not exactly sure what's going on in this Star Wars fan film by Devin Super Tramp, but I'm also pretty sure that it doesn't really matter because it features real life versions of the speeder bike. Refashioning Jetovators, which are basically water powered motorcycles, into the style of a speeder bike basically turns my childhood dreams into reality. I need to ride that thing right now. Though it'd be nice if Chewbacca didn't shoot his bowcaster at me.
Turning A Hydropower Jetbike Into A Star Wars Speeder Bike Is Totally Brilliant
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