GOTRAX Sets World Record for Longest Hoverboard Go Kart Wheelie
GOTRAX is proud to claim the new unofficial world record for the longest hoverboard go-kart wheelie. The team at the GOTRAX intergalactic headquarters has been taking advantage of unseasonably sunny days in Denver this winter to practice hoverboard tricks, including wheelies on the HOVERFLY KART, a hoverboard seat attachment that turns any GOTRAX HOVERFLY into a fast, nimble, three-wheel electric go-kart.
Check out the video below to watch as Martin, GOTRAX’s interplanetary email officer, takes the HOVERFLY KART, attached to the HOVERFLY XL off-road hoverboard, on a “wheelie” cool tour down one of the Denver RiNo district’s colorful alleys awash in street art and sunshine. Martin snagged the unofficial record for a hoverboard go-kart wheelie with a grand total of 612 feet riding only on the KART’s rear wheels.
About the Hoverboard Go Kart
When connected to a HOVERFLY hoverboard, the HOVERFLY KART allows the rider to sit comfortably in the race-inspired bucket seat and accelerate, stop and steer with intuitive hand controls via the ergonomic space-foam handlebar grips. The HOVERFLY KART harnesses the space-age gyroscopic technology of hoverboards to create an entirely new electric-powered experience.
Featuring a sturdy, adjustable, steel tube frame to accommodate most children and some adults, the HOVERFLY KART is engineered to work with self-balancing scooters with wheel sizes ranging from 6.5 to 10 inches. Utilizing the 0-degree turning radius of the attached hoverboard, the kart’s front end pivots on a precision caster wheel, making it incredibly maneuverable yet stable, cable of riding on a greater variety of surfaces than most hoverboards.
Check out our blog on how to turn any hoverboard into a go kart using our hoveboard seat attachment.
Want to turn your GOTRAX HOVERFLY hoverboard into a go-kart and attempt to set a new record for a hoverboard go-kart wheelie? Grab your own HOVERFLY KART, then heck out the how-to video below. Make your own video and share it with us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter by tagging @RideGOTRAX.
And remember, safety first! Don’t forget to grab your official GOTRAX helmet before attempting your own hoverboard go-kart wheelie.