Well, I was stuck inside all day yesterday (due to the rain), so I had quite a bit of time to build. Oh yeah backstory and all that:
Now with enhanced manual steering, the HoverCycle B7 is the best choice for your mobility needs. Equipped to handle high speeds and even sharper speeds, the B7 now uses two (!) high powered engines instead of only one (like it's predecessor, the B6). Its roomy, open cocpit allows you to feel the wind as you zip around in the atmosphere (note: For those planning on zipping around in the upper atmosphere, an oxygen tank [sold seperately] is a good investment).
Manufacturer's warning: Do not operate the B7 while incapacitated, under any influence, without protective clothing, without a helmet, or at night. Do not exceed the seating capacity (1), do not overload the cycle (maximum weight 300 lbs), and do not put anything flamable by the thrusters. Make sure to wear gloves while operating the machine. Do not fly near trees
Anyways, I'd been messing around with those tubes, and after I found out that a Technic Fig fit in the center of it, I just built the rest of the cycle around him.