Have you ever tried riding one of these things? I haven’t and never will because I have read some horror stories about people being severely injured. I also read an article about how some governing bodies want these things made illegal. Yet, the company that builds them is going full steam ahead the last I checked. Our high-temperature today will be 94 degrees, it seems that the 100s aren’t too far in the future.
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I can say they take a little bit to get used to, but like learning to snowboard, once you get comfortable with it – lots and lots of fun.
I hope you are wearing a good helmet and padding! They are just too dangerous.
Not for me, I have no balance either but I can see why young people would like them
I’m glad that the two knuckleheads are wearing helmets at least! I have damaged, herniated discs in my spine, no way will I try something like that!
I prefer to keep my balance
Me too, Derrick! I have herniated discs in my lower back that do not like to be pushed too hard. I have a handicap tag in the truck for when my back does go out, it’s extremely painful.
At least by back is not troublesome, John
You are very lucky to not have back pain!
I would have loved it (a few years ago). Actually … quite a few….
You’re lucky you never rode one, Anneli!
Yeah, I’d be dead now, and I wouldn’t be able to comment on your posts.
Oh no!! Be safe, Anneli! ☺️
Never seen it in Belgium yet…. but I’m almost sure it will come over 🙂
I hope this thing doesn’t come to Belgium, Rudi! They are very dangerous. I rarely see them around Las Vegas actually.
I’ve not got the balance at the best of times. Didn’t the bloke who invented it die on one?
You and me both! I just had a look for that and didn’t find it but here’s a link that shows what our Fed thinks of them.