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Mr. V 02-04-2021 01:02 PM

This technology looks interesting.

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SAMIAM 02-05-2021 10:51 AM

Put a seat and a windshield on it........we can call it a snowmobile

fatlazyless 02-05-2021 11:31 AM

Has a website ...... ..... from Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Price: $4990 Canadian/Canadien Dollar

Power: gasoline engine with one gallon gas tank will take you about 50-kilometres on one fill-up

Weight: no info

A start-up type of a business ....." travel wherever ..... get through dense bush or fly across the frozen lake. On trail of off. If you have snow - you have access."

"Built for you: The handles and suspension adjust to accommodate adults of nearly any height or weight. Easily uniquely yours."

Cruise at 5km/hr or up to 40km/hr.

FlyingScot 02-05-2021 01:24 PM

Nursing an injured knee this season--I'd be mighty worried about the risk to knees in general. Seems like more strain and less stopping ability than downhill

betterthanbacon 02-11-2021 08:53 PM

This is an interesting concept that I have not seen before. The Skizee.? My first thought was. Leave the skins in the pack and let the skizee do the work. But the old saying states”what goes up must come down. And the purpose of going up is for the descent. So... how do you handle the skizee on the descent?? Well now that might be an issue and what about those areas that do not allow motorized vehicles? As for on the flats like a large lake that is frozen solid this could be a new fun adventure. I wish the Skizee folks lots of luck and am interested to hear more on how this new type of toy progresses.
Staying tuned.

fatlazyless 02-12-2021 11:24 AM

:offtopic: Somewhat NOT too similar ...... I have recently been watching a one person atv, normally with four large tires, except this particular atv has four individual treads or tracks somewhat similar to this SkiZee from Canada. It seems to serve its purpose maybe better than a snowmobile because it has tracks at all four corners with the rider in the middle, sitting on the single seat.

The Waterville Valley golf course tubing hill has what looks like a new atv with 4-tracks that is used for towing tubes with mostly young people on-board back up the very small, low, tubing slope. It could be a totally great tubing location except the slope is way too low and is way too short a run but none the less is a happening location and has a lot of tubers on Fri-Sat-Sun and snow-making and outdoor lights for night tubing. Is on the back side slope area of the 9-hole golf course. It has everything going for it except the tubing slope is way too short and the large black tubes say VOLVO on every tube, I think.

Anyway, this atv with four treads looks like an alternative to a snowmobile and it can be redone from winter snow treads to inflated knobby rubber atv tires. ...... How do atv tracks work? And how well do they perform? ....... by Haavard Krislok ...... no date

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