I have always wanted to ride one and get some information. I heard they ran about $2500-$3000. Pretty pricey toy but I thought well worth it. After a discussion/lecture on the electronics and how they work, I was told to just climb on and be still. I was surprised at the amount of balance you have to have for this. It is VERY touchy!! If you lean forward and put pressure on your toes, off you go. If you lean back and put pressure on your heals, you back up. And I was OFF!!!
We did come back later, bringing Dan with us. Being a Harley rider, he had more than enough balance and took off like a shot!! Too bad the sticker shock killed this idea!!
Food, food and more food. I think I have food coming out my eyeballs ... it was tri-tip potluck dinner night!! The guys did an awesome job of barbecuing the meat and the side dishes brought to the tables were empty in 30 minutes, including my broccoli salad. What happened to the frozen Peanut Butter Pie you ask??? That's a story for another day!!!