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Short Learning Curve
The Safest Ski Bikes On The Market and only ski bike accredited by the Professional Ski Instructors of America & American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI), safer than skiing and snowboarding For Beginners.
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Stop wasting your Vacation hating the mountain and cursing at your friends. Skip Falling for days while you'er miserable Learning how much you despise SkiIng And Snowboarding! Solution
On average people are able to have the basics within 3-5 runs.
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Don’t Sweat! Let us hassle With the Gear, Just show up to the mountain. We Will Drop Off And Pickup The Sno-Go Bikes Each Day to The Mountain.
We Clean and Sterilize after each Day.
Safety for you and the other people on the mountain is our first Priority. We Give A free Safety Tutorial When We Drop Off Your Sno-Go Bike.
We are here to Ensure you are safe and COMFORTABLE Before Starting Down the mountain.
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SKIING VS SNO-GO
NOT SO FUN
SKI FALLS SUCK AT ANY AGE
Let's look at the top 5 ski injuries from falling according to Central Orthopedic Group.
#1 Head Injuries While Skiing
#2 Medial Collateral Ligament Tear
#3 ACL Tear or Rupture
#4 Wrist Fracture
#5 Shoulder Injuries
These Injuries Commonly Occur WHEN A PERSON IS FIRST LEARNING "Conventional Skiing". WHY? Because You are fixed to the skis.
NOT SO FUN
TIME LEARNING TO SKI
In an article published by THE CRYSTAL SKI HOLIDAYS BLOG -"First-timers will start out on the nursery slopes in ski school, then venture onto some gentle green and blue runs. You can grow your confidence by repeating the same runs to practise what you’ve learned. And by the end of the first week, a good beginner should be able to manage their speed, link a couple of turns and make a controlled stop."
Don't have a week? What takes a week on skies will take three or four runs on a Sno-Go .
YOU DON'T NEED TO FALL, SNO-GO
There’s no doubt about the inherent risk in snow sports. After a few years of testing and thousands of participants, SNO-GO has collected data which shows that SNO-GO’s are much easier to control than skis, snowboards, and compared to other ski bikes offered. Allowing for a Diminished potential for crashes and falls, meanwhile increasing participants experiences for snow sports.
TIME LEARNING TO SNO-GO
The learning curve on a SNO-GO is so quick that 80% of users find themselves comfortable on intermediate slopes by the end of their first day. With a very simple tip "lean - don't steer" most people are able to navigate a SNO-GO down a beginner slope and link turns within a few attempts.