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How hard is it to actually ride a hoverboard?

November 29, 2018

How hard is it to actually ride a hoverboard?

This topic is one of those topics that will depend on the type of person you are. You will find with patience and practice you will get the hand of it pretty quickly, people who just want to jump on and be off and rushing the experience, may find it that tad bit more difficult. Despite it being how dedicated you are to learning it also has a strong difference on how good your balance is and how comfortable you with keeping pressure on your foot. Once you get the hang of the process it becomes second nature, just like driving a car.
So, for the unexperienced and beginner riders of the hoverboard, let’s give you a small break down of you can become a natural very quickly.
  1. Take a deep breath and don’t be nervous – it is important to be relaxed when going onto the board. Just think you won’t even need to think about it anymore once you’re on the board it will just come as second nature.
 
  1. Put your right foot on the HOVERBOARD® – Don’t put too much pressure on the board.
 
  1. Put your left foot on the HOVERBOARD® – Now you’re on just stand up straight and keep your feet firm to the board with no sudden movements.
 
  1. Now to move, simply lean your body forward – we also find if you put pressure on your toes it works just as well
 
  1. Once you got the hang of leaning back and forth using your body and feet by adding pressure on your toes and heels and moving the body slightly back and forth we can now go on to moving side ways
 
  1. If you have the hang of moving back and forth, this next part should be a piece of cake.  Add more pressure on the foot of the direction you want to turn, if you want to turn right but more pressure on the right foot and less on the left and vice versa… Never take your foot off the board though!
 
  1. Now just relax, smile and enjoy the ride. You are now ready to tear it up on your hoverboard.

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