Kick Scooting

In the Kick Scooting section, I’ll be taking a look at a range of topics relating to kick scooting with the Swifty Zero and the Swift Air, from tackling different types of terrain to finding places to scoot and whatever else comes to mind.

Articles

Blogs

Future articles

  • Coastal Trails – riding your kick scooter down on the beach.
  • Cycle Paths – plenty of them around and great for scooting.
  • Parks and Gardens – ideal places for your first scooter rides.
  • Scoot Commute – faster than walking, better than cycling.
  • Scooter Safety – a few useful hints and tips to stay safe.
  • Summer Scooting – hot days and warmer nights, perfect for scooting.
  • Trail Maintenance – some hints and tips for improving the way ahead.
  • Upland Trails – lots of ups, great downs and always an adventure.
  • Windy Weather – hints and tips for scooting when the wind blows.

Future blogs

  • Berwick Town Walls – exploring the Elizabethan fortifications.
  • Bo’ness to Blackness – fine Firth of Forth coastal trail.
  • The Forth & Clyde Canal – exploring Scotland’s industrial past.
  • Galashiels to Selkirk – dedicated cycle route in the Scottish Borders.
  • Hailes Castle –  scoot from coast to castle along the River Tyne.
  • Holyrood Park – amazing park with hills in the centre of Edinburgh.
  • The Innocent Railway Path – cyclepath with tunnel in Edinburgh
  • Megget Valley – amazing road scoot in the Tweedsmuir Hills.
  • North Berwick Law – a steep climb but the view is worth the effort.
  • North Esk Cycle Loop – great scoot right from the door step.
  • Pencaitland Railway Path – 6.5 mile disused colliery rail route.
  • Seven Hills – kick scooting the Seven Hills of Edinburgh.
  • Tay Road Bridge – crossing between Newport-on-Tay and Dundee.
  • The Union Canal – nice flat towpath, perfect for Swifty scooting.

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