Learning to Use Your New Swegway

Swegways are new innovations of skateboards and segways, and it can be difficult to learn how to ride them up. Before you buy your own swegway, it would be best to borrow one from a friend and have the basics of driving it. However, you can also read through manuals of newly bought swegways after you have it with you.

Basics on Riding a Swegway

To help you get the hang of riding on swegways, here are some tips that you should take note:

  1. You should step in your dominant feet first as you ride on it. After which, position your other feet behind the first one. This is for you to have a better balance over the board. Also, remember to take things slow especially if you’re just new with it.
  2. To move forward, lean a bit forward, and you can go backward by doing otherwise. To turn slightly right, press your left toe a little bit and press your right toe if you want to move a bit to the left.
  3. Remember that the swegway always follow your weight and balancing, thus it would be best to practice your sense of balance to master it.
  4. Upon going down, do not simply hop away from the board. It can cause injuries to you, and can also cause damages to the swegway. Step your less dominant foot first on the floor, followed by your dominant foot. It would be best to practice going up and down the board first before start moving it, because it can be the hardest part to learn.

Swegways requires good sense of balance, and you must always be responsible while you’re on it. Never drive your swegway recklessly for you not to be injured, for you not to bump to anyone, and for your board not to be damaged.

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