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.
Choose from Three Options
- $35 for a Grapevine Lake off-road Segway tour for one with apple cider or chai (a $65 value)
- $60 for a Grapevine Lake off-road Segway tour for two with apple cider or chai (a $130 value)
- $115 for a Grapevine Lake off-road Segway tour for four with apple cider or chai (a $260 value)
Certified Segway guides open 60-minute tours with up to 30 minutes of one-on-one Segway instruction. Once groups feel comfortable enough to ride, they hop aboard Segway x2s to explore trails around the shores of Lake Grapevine. The x2 model sports a wide base and large, deep-treaded tires ideal for off-roading. Guides provide historical narration about the area, as well as helmets and cold bottles of water for each guest.
A native Fort Worthian with a degree in history, Segway Grapevine founder Daniel Dase Jr. has always loved sharing his state's cultural legacy—it's just exponentially more fun to do on a Segway x2, the most advanced model on the market. With help from the deep treads of the machine's tires, each Segway responds instantly to shifts in posture, moving organically and fluidly as groups ride on the forested trails that surround Lake Grapevine. Before riders get gliding, the company's licensed operators conduct one-on-one tutorials to set them at ease with their new moving platforms. And because Dase corrals a fleet of these durable off-road models, his tours go places other Segways can't, be it the unpaved trails along the shores of Lake Grapevine or the slippery slopes of the neighborhood gym's treadmills.
“Cameron was great!!”
“thought trip in Fort Worth better”
“Our guide made certain that we could operate the segways before we began. The ride was enjoyable, as was his companionship. This also was our first time to explore...”
“Our guide made certain that we could operate the segways before we began. The ride was enjoyable, as was his companionship. This also was our first time to explore that part of Lake Grapevine.”