A segway can reach a top speed of 12.5 miles per hour, akin to the top speeds of a squirrel or a fat, slow cheetah. Roll at your own pace with this Groupon.
$35 for Beachcomber Segway Tour and Photo CD ($80 Value)
After a one-on-one training session, passengers can cruise their Segway x2 across Huntington Beach during the 90-minute Beachcomber Tour, complete with historical tidbits and 30–40 snapshots burned onto a photo CD.
GW Tours’ fleet of segways and Scoot Coupes glides along the wet sands of Huntington Beach in both predesigned routes and custom carved paths. Before embarking, each segway participant receives a protective helmet and all the instruction necessary to handle the Segway X2, an extrarugged machine with all-terrain tires tough enough to steer away from obstacles and awkward conversations. The popular Beachcomber expedition takes segway pilots past major Surf City sites and across the hard, dark sand of the beach at low tide. While rolling, guides regale their flock with tales from Huntington Beach's storied past and snap photos of the group.
Segway riders then return to GW Tours’ stables, where they receive a photo CD with images of them shredding along like Darth Vader when he’s late to a meeting. Because almost anyone who can stand can operate a segway, tours are a wonderful gift for the young, old, and anyone else with flat-soled shoes and a sense of adventure. GW Tours also offers custom rides and caters to corporate groups.
98% of 359 customers recommend
“Joe was a fantastic guide. We had a blast riding on the sand along the water. Thanks for a great time, looking forward to doing it again with more friends.”
“Lots of fun. Well organized. Very convenient start right at the beach.”
“It was fun, and unique riding on the path, dry sand, wet sand, up a ramp and down a grassy hill through the trees. Also, we were sent many pictures from the...”
“It was fun, and unique riding on the path, dry sand, wet sand, up a ramp and down a grassy hill through the trees. Also, we were sent many pictures from the adventure from GW. They were fun to share with our friends and family.”