If you’re into extreme sports, then lakes and seas have got to be foremost in your venue for any kind of personal transport. After all, you can get the speed and not hurt yourself if you crash (well, within reason.)
It all started with surf boards in the 50s, but where did they come from I wonder? Probably Hawaii, leave a comment and let me know, if you know. The came sail boards, para gliding, jet skis and finally personal hovercraft. They’ve all got their place and all have their own particular thrills attached. Of course, any sport is useless if it’s too dangerous, so we’ll be looking at the safety aspects of all these modes of water sport and transport.
That said, most of the sport’s attraction is the possibility of danger and injury, o it can’t be eliminated altogether. The trick is to have the thrills without the broken bones, (accident claims solicitor) which is more and more possible given that technology provides us with some great machines in this day and age. Checkout the posts and also the pages of my site.