If you’re going to dress as Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa from the Return of the Jedi era, you should go all out and make a speeder bike. That’s what Jesse Wellens and Carmella Rose did for Halloween year. Well, to be clear, they rode a custom speeder bike made by Lithium Cycles. It’s designed with mirrors underneath, so it kind of looks like they’re levitating. The above video makes riding around New York on a speeder bike look like a ton of fun — especially once they start getting chased by the Empire and Iden Versio from Battlefront II.
Watch this video to see a quick look at the making of the speeder bike:
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