A kickbike (bikeboard, footbike, pedicycle) is a type of kick scooter (also referred to as a push-scooter or scooter) and is a human-powered street vehicle with a handlebar, deck, and wheels propelled by a rider pushing off the ground. The kickbike often has a large standard size bicycle front wheel and a much smaller rear wheel, which allows for a much faster ride.
The modern kickbike was developed in Helsinki in Finland in 1994.
Some former world champions include Jan Vlasek and Alpo Kuusisto.
A woman on the Diggler scooter being pulled by a dog, dry land mushing 2009
Kickbike for Mushing
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