Snowboarding in summer

Kevin Henderson wears a smile on his face as he motors across the pavement in front of the Sportsplex on his Onewheel

Snowboarding in summer Kevin Henderson wears a smile on his face as he motors across the pavement in front of the Sportsplex on his Onewheel scooter recently. The device

Kevin Henderson wears a smile on his face as he motors across the pavement in front of the Sportsplex on his Onewheel scooter recently. The device, made in California, has an electric motor inside its wheel. Leaning forward causes it to go faster, while leaning back causes it to slow down and stop. Turning is done by leaning left or right, similar to on a skateboard. It can reach speeds of up to 25 km/hr, go up and down hills, and travel across grass. Battery life is one or two hours, depending on the terrain and the weight of the rider.

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