Hydrofoiler™ XE-1

$8,990.00 USD

excluding taxes + shipping & handling

Flat-rate shipping cost

Contiguous United States

1 unit: $495.00 USD

2 units: $550.00 USD

3+ units: custom quote

Hawaii: $750.00 USD per bike

Alaska: $1,000 USD per bike

May 2021 production run: <10 units remaining

All orders placed now ship: May 2021 

Got questions? Call +17866050067 or email here


Ride review from Andrew, an American travel writer based in Te Anau, New Zealand. 

“It's pretty straight forward, I think that most people could get it pretty quick, nearly right away and be riding. It's awesome to be just gliding over the water…”

U.S. customer, Phil, recently visited New Zealand with his wife to meet with the Manta5 team and ride the XE-1 he has already pre-ordered.

“It’s just like being on a bike, you can put as much effort into it as you want… you can definitely get a superb workout on that.”

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Shipping and delivery

All Hydrofoiler XE-1’s are packed and delivered to your preferred shipping address. Manta5 will confirm your address one month out from production assembly. Orders will be shipped in order of reservation number. 

Final shipping costs and associated tax/es will be quoted and billed at the time of payment.

* Switzerland deliveries will pay an additional €33,75 per bike for T1 documentation fee.

Taxes (incl. VAT) are not included in the shipping cost. Subject to state and local taxes. Customs and handling fees are included in the shipping price. 

Manta5 Hydrofoilers are currently only available for order in the United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand and Europe. If you reside outside of these regions please register your interest here, you will be notified as soon as Manta5 opens to your country. 

If you have any other questions please get in touch at hello@manta5.com.

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“From advanced design to superior materials, we’ve spent more than seven years innovating to deliver a cutting edge watercraft with a truly unique riding experience. This is your chance to pioneer the next evolution in cycling” 

Guy Howard-Willis