Because SNO-GO's S.L.A.T. technology links the movements of your upper body to your skis, stopping is as easy as leaning on the handlebars while pushing down on your outside foot. The motion is so intuitive most people figure it out within their first run. Save the pizza for lunch!
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TURNING AND STOPPING
HOW DO YOU STOP?
TURNING MADE EASY
Just like stopping, turning on a SNO-GO comes very naturally. With a very simple tip "lean - don't steer" most people are able to navigate a SNO-GO down a beginner slope and link turns within a few attempts. The learning curve on a SNO-GO is so quick that most people will find themselves on intermediate slopes by the end of their first day.
CARVE PARALLEL TURNS
With a little more speed, the S.L.A.T. system continues to work its magic enabling users to go from skidded turns to perfect parallel carving with marginal adjustments to body positioning. Most people figure out on their own by the end of their first day on the mountain. This breakthrough has quite a few ski instructors out there rubbernecking from the bunny hill as new SNO-GO riders whiz by lap after lap.
RIDING AT RESORTS
We designed SNO-GO's to be hassle free for loading and unloading the chairlift. Chairlifts can be intimidating for new skiers, boarders and other ski bikes. Keeping safety and loading efficiency in mind led us to the creation of the Chairlift Hook.
THE CHAIRLIFT HOOK
This simple and yet effective addition to SNO-GO bikes allows SNO-GO bikes to be efficiently carried up to the top of the mountain by any standard lift. The Hook's design keeps your SNO-GO counterbalanced on the seat while you enjoy the views. To see how it works, Watch the video below.
*No, We promise that if we felt it created a safety concern to your nether regions, we would have designed something else.
STAYING WITH YOUR BIKE
All SNO-GOs come with an extending coil leash and belt which attaches to the rider to prevent runaway equipment. In the event of a serious crash, the retaining rings should break to avoid causing additional harm to the rider. The standard leash can also be upgraded to a locking leash to help prevent theft.