Now, a battery-powered flying bicycle

Three Czech companies have teamed up to make a prototype of an electric bicycle that successfully took off Wednesday inside an exhibition hall in Prague and landed safely after a five-minute flight. The amazing machine is currently controlled remotely while in development but its designers hope to have it capable of carrying people soon.

Flying Bike First Public Flight

Journalists look at a 'Flying bike' bicycle ahead of its first public flight on June 12, 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The bike has been manufactured by 3 different companies from the Czech Republic (Duratec, Technodat, Evektor) and has been supported by French Company Dassault System. The F-Bike has four main motors (10kW) and two stabilization motors (3,5 kW). It has an estimated constant flight time of 3-5 minutes. (Photo by Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

Flying Bike First Public Flight

Technicians prepare a 'Flying bike' bicycle ahead of its first public flight on June 12, 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The bike has been manufactured by 3 different companies from the Czech Republic (Duratec, Technodat, Evektor) and has been supported by French Company Dassault System. The F-Bike has four main motors (10kW) and two stabilization motors (3,5 kW). It has an estimated constant flight time of 3-5 minutes. (Photo by Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

Flying Bike First Public Flight

A technician holds the remote control for a 'Flying bike' bicycle after its first public flight on June 12, 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The bike has been manufactured by 3 different companies from the Czech Republic (Duratec, Technodat, Evektor) and has been supported by French Company Dassault System. The F-Bike has four main motors (10kW) and two stabilization motors (3,5 kW). It has an estimated constant flight time of 3-5 minutes. (Photo by Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

Flying Bike First Public Flight

A 'Flying bike' bicycle is seen ahead of its first public flight on June 12, 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The bike has been manufactured by 3 different companies from the Czech Republic (Duratec, Technodat, Evektor) and has been supported by French Company Dassault System. The F-Bike has four main motors (10kW) and two stabilization motors (3,5 kW). It has an estimated constant flight time of 3-5 minutes. (Photo by Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

Flying Bike First Public Flight

An airscrew of a 'Flying bike' bicycle is seen ahead of its first public flight on June 12, 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The bike has been manufactured by 3 different companies from the Czech Republic (Duratec, Technodat, Evektor) and has been supported by French Company Dassault System. The F-Bike has four main motors (10kW) and two stabilization motors (3,5 kW). It has an estimated constant flight time of 3-5 minutes. (Photo by Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

Flying Bike First Public Flight

A technician prepares a 'Flying bike' bicycle ahead of its first public flight on June 12, 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The bike has been manufactured by 3 different companies from the Czech Republic (Duratec, Technodat, Evektor) and has been supported by French Company Dassault System. The F-Bike has four main motors (10kW) and two stabilization motors (3,5 kW). It has an estimated constant flight time of 3-5 minutes. (Photo by Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

Flying Bike First Public Flight

A technician holds the remote control for a 'Flying bike' bicycle ahead of its first public flight on June 12, 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The bike has been manufactured by 3 different companies from the Czech Republic (Duratec, Technodat, Evektor) and has been supported by French Company Dassault System. The F-Bike has four main motors (10kW) and two stabilization motors (3,5 kW). It has an estimated constant flight time of 3-5 minutes. (Photo by Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

Flying Bike First Public Flight

A technician operates by remote control 'Flying bike' bicycle ahead of its first public flight on June 12, 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The bike has been manufactured by 3 different companies from the Czech Republic (Duratec, Technodat, Evektor) and has been supported by French Company Dassault System. The F-Bike has four main motors (10kW) and two stabilization motors (3,5 kW). It has an estimated constant flight time of 3-5 minutes. (Photo by Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

Flying Bike First Public Flight

A 'Flying bike' bicycle flies during its first public flight on June 12, 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The bike has been manufactured by 3 different companies from the Czech Republic (Duratec, Technodat, Evektor) and has been supported by French Company Dassault System. The F-Bike has four main motors (10kW) and two stabilization motors (3,5 kW). It has an estimated constant flight time of 3-5 minutes. (Photo by Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague

Flying Bicycle Unveiled In Prague