Snow kick

In the winter we have “kicks” to borrow free of charge in the Reception.


When riding You simply “kick” the sledge from behind to the front (hence the name ) with one foot resting on one of the runners and the other foot kicking it´s way into the ground. The sledge is being driven forward while holding the crossbar with your hands . You may then notice that on flat ground You get as much speed through  kicking against the ground as by the subsequent forward swing of the leg , which takes place in a steady rhythm.

When the sledge has evolved enough speed, You can rest both feets on the runners and control the sledge by twisting your body.