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Take long kicks.
Stand straight and relax between the kicks. Let Kickbike roll and do the work.
The supporting leg is the one that gets tired. Give it a rest. Switch frequently to give your legs equal workout.
Hop & Carry if you need to
Kickbike is easy to hop and carry thanks to it’s lightness, slim design and frame that forms a natural handle when carrying.
Accelerating and short hills are a blitz if you bring you kicking leg forward like in running sprints. In addition, altering techniques brings variation to your workout.
Keep your body straight and head up, work with your calves and set the frame to lower position if you ride long hills.
For maximum speed – get your whole body into the kicking motion. You will exercise all muscles from shoulders to toes. And you’ll be fast!
And into a car
Front wheel off, handlebars sideways. Kickbike packs into a car without tools.
For Your Safety:
• Keep your both hands on handlebar. For turning signal, use your leg
• In downhills place both feet on the footboard diagonally
• While braking keep your center of gravity low.
• Always wear a helmet