PowerWing

Once in motion, the PowerWing stays in motion without your feet ever touching the ground.

Overview

The PowerWing is a unique three-wheeled scooter which mimics the effortless propulsion techniques used by ice and roller skaters. Once you step on the PowerWing, you maintain forward motion by using your lower body to push the standing platform from side-to-side. This means that once in motion, the PowerWing stays in motion without your feet ever touching the ground.

The PowerWing adds another fun dimension to the scooter experience: drifting. When you turn sharply, the unit drifts sideways and spins around. With practice, you can turn 360 degrees and continue riding without losing momentum.

This invention is licensed to Razor.

Before and After

Comparison photos of the PowerWing from before and after

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