60 Minute Weekday Segway Rally
Tear it up on a high-octane Segway rally, available across 15 locations throughout the UK. The Segway is a unique way to get around; riders balance themselves and use their own weight to pilot the vehicles. The smoothness of the drive often leads to a sensation of gliding across the ground. The experience starts with a safety briefing and an introduction to the Segway's controls. Then it's time to let loose and race off for a ride to remember. Skills will be well and truly tested on the custom-built off road course with tight corners, obstacles, and varied terrain all waiting to provide an adrenaline-pumping challenge. Once you've mastered the course, receive a certificate as a memento of the day.
- Rally off road on a challenging Segway track
- Available at 14 thrilling locations (see PDF download)
- 60 minute experience with around 30 minutes of driving time
- Monday to Friday
- Availability Description
Events run year round on various weekdays, with frequency varying between venues.
- Participant Guidelines
Children under 16 must be accompanied by a participating adult. Minimum height is 4'6''. Min weight is 7.1 stone and maximum weight is 18.4 stone.
This experience may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions (i.e. ice or snow) which would make Segway driving dangerous. In the event of a cancellation, the venue will make contact.
Lasts around one hour, including a safety briefing, training and approximately 30 minutes of driving time. Please arrive around 15 minutes early to ensure a prompt start.
- Numbers on the Day
Share the experience with up to 11 other keen Segway riders.
- Dress Code
Dress appropriately for this outdoor activity and be aware that you may get muddy. All safety equipment clothing is supplied. We recommend you wear flat, sturdy covered shoes or trainers and gloves.
- Other Info
Available at 14 locations across the UK - Edinburgh, Stockton on Tees, Harrogate, Worksop, Huntingdon, Knutsford, Tamworth, Chigwell, Bristol, Maidenhead, Horsham, Maidstone, Alexandra Palace and Battersea Park in London.