$39 for a 90-Minute Tempe or Scottsdale Segway Tour from Segway of Scottsdale ($75 Value)

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Tour guides lead fleets of segways on narrated scoots through Desert Ridge Resort or Tempe Town Lake

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Sitting down for an extended amount of time can lead to leg cramps, which is why most road trips now use standup transportation such as pogo sticks or steam-powered stilts. Opt for simpler vertical transit with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a 90-minute segway tour of Tempe or Scottsdale from Segway of Scottsdale (a $75 value). The experienced tour guides at Segway of Scottsdale lead fleets of two-wheelers through one of two scenic Arizona cities during an extensive schedule of rides. Guests gear up for the 90-minute tour by hopping aboard a Segway PT with LeanSteer technology, which allows riders to tilt handlebars gently for turns or quickly for back flips. Each session begins with a 30-minute orientation, followed by a narrated jaunt past the towering opulence of the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Scottsdale or around the city-flanked oasis of Tempe Town Lake. For safety precautions, every segway rider must be 16 or older, weigh more than 100 pounds, and create an indestructible helmet by sawing a cannonball in half.

Segway of Scottsdale

The experienced tour guides at Segway of Scottsdale lead fleets of two-wheelers through one of two scenic Arizona cities during an extensive schedule of rides. Guests gear up for either of the 90-minute tours by hopping aboard a segway, whose self-balancing technology allows riders to tilt handlebars gently for turns or quickly for back flips. Each session begins with a 30-minute orientation, followed by a narrated jaunt past the towering opulence of the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Scottsdale or around the city-flanked oasis of Tempe Town Lake. During the summer months, groups traverse the town's bridges and boulevards at dusk, stopping by landmarks such as Arizona State University and Sun Devil Stadium, whose eponymous student-athletes practice under solar-powered stadium lights to escape the chill of night.

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