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I hope you like it, and I get your support!
Ich hoffe dir gefällt das Model und ich bekomme deine Unterstüzung!
J'espère que vous l'aimez, et je reçois votre soutien!
Я надеюсь тебе понравится эта Модель и я получу твою поддержку!
Espero que les guste, y me den su apoyo!
Espero que gostem, e eu tenho o seu apoio!
אני מקווה שאתה אוהב את זה, ויש לי את תמיכתכם!
آمل أن تكونوا مثل هذا، وحصلت على دعمكم!
Speeder bikes, also known as hover bikes, were open-air repulsorlift vehicles, usually carrying one or two passengers. Speeder bikes emphasized speed and maneuverability over conventional speeders and were popular with thrill-seeking teenagers and military scouts. A typical speeder bike had a maximum altitude of 10 meters (32 feet) and could thus maneuver deftly over very rough terrain. Some companies manufactured extras like sidecars for speeder bikes.
Speeder bikes and swoop bikes are small, fast transports that use repulsorlift engines in the fictional Star Wars universe. Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi includes a prominent speeder bike chase; speeders and swoops also appear in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, and the Star Wars Expanded Universe's books, comics, and games.