Such a good weekend. Went with a group of mates who all had a great time. The highlight was two gorgeous babes cooking us breakfast after the night out!! Definitely a must do!
Looking for something new, exciting and full-of-surprises? No, we’re not talking about trading your Missus in for a younger model. Instead, we’ve found the latest and greatest activity in the sporting world. Blokart is what you get when you mix wind-surfing with go-karting, and it’s an absolute ripper of a time. Like all good rides, Blokart is equal parts rough and durable. The New-Zealand born sport is basically a highly maneuverable yacht, crossed with a sturdy go-kart and it’s every bit as epic as it sounds. When you’re strapped into the three-wheeled vehicle with the sail towers about 5-metres above you, you’ll be let loose on the vast open area. There are only three-rules to remember during your time on the field: let the rope go, let the rope go, let the rope go.
It’s the only way to slow down, avoid crashing and keep all three wheels on the ground, as there is no brake. The iconic winds of the Canterbury region, paired with the hand-steering system, nimble design and minimal surface friction, you can reach wicked speeds in just a matter of seconds. mean flying like the wind is literally the only pace you can go. Don’t worry about putting your body on the line either, these Pro Chassis frames are made from anti-corrosive, 304 stainless steel, meaning you can cut corners, skim overgrown grass and push the vehicle to its limit. Just like in Mario Kart, the aim of the game is to cross the finish line first, no matter what it takes. If you can hear anything over the sound of the gusty winds, it’ll be the nervous laugh of your soon-to-be-groom, pretending he’s not holding on for dear life.