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Skizee One Person Skimobile Propels Down Hill Skiers Up (video)

Skizee may sound like some new fangled porn category, but it’s in fact a piece of ski kit that can propel riders up hill, across a hill or even faster down a hill.  Yup, no longer are down hill skis relegated for, well, down hill use.

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Originally intended for snow patrollers, the Skizee has a 10.5hp, 4 stroke engine and a tank tread equivalent to that of a ski mobile that hopefully keeps you glued to the hill.  Riders steer the device by resting their lower back on the control arms, which are infused with a set of controls.  An electronic start insures a quick up time and a built-in battery with unknown ports lets you juice your products any where you ride.

Checkout the video after the ‘leap’, which if you ask us looks like the rider almost bails and has a hard time propelling themselves up hill.  But we’ll let you judge for yourself.

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2 Comments to Skizee One Person Skimobile Propels Down Hill Skiers Up (video)

  1. Adrian plant

    Hi my name is Adrian, I am a machinist that is helping out with the Skizee project. I decided I would respond to the post. The Skizee you see in the Vid that is posted is the older 6 1/2 hp skizee, one of the original prototypes, this was taken last winter, since then we have improved the prototype, added the Briggs and Stratton Kart racing engine. We found the 6 1/2 hp engine not powerfull enuff to push a larger rider. We will add some more vids to You Tube of the new prototype soon as we get some time.

    Cheers Adrian

  2. Adrian Plant

    Hi my name is Adrian, I am a machinist that is helping out with the Skizee project. I thought I would respond to the post. The Skizee you see in the Vid that is posted is the older 6 1/2 hp skizee, one of the original prototypes, this was taken last winter, since then we have improved the prototype, added the Briggs and Stratton Kart racing engine. We found the 6 1/2 hp engine not powerfull enuff to push a larger rider. We will add some more vids to You Tube of the new prototype soon as we get some time.

    Cheers Adrian

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