The Golf Bike

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

Yes, golf is a sport, but unless your pre-swing routine includes 50 jumping jacks, it’s not a sport that will flush much of last night’s margarita binge out of your system. Hop off that cart and give your legs a workout with the Golf Bike. Designed specifically for the golf course, the Golf Bike features small diameter wheels and wide rubber tires that create easy acceleration with little or no impact on the finely manicured grass you’re riding on.

A rack and bags in the back hold your clubs and other goodies, while the low-entry frame means you can hop on and off in a jiffy. You’ll get a workout in, finish much faster than walking the course, and if you ride this your in hood, you’ll be ready for a round of street golf whenever and wherever it breaks out.

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