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Skooting is a new sport created by Dennis McClanahan from Kansas City, MO, USA in August 2019. Skooting a new sport (athletic activity), called Skooting instead of scootering because he did not want any er in this activity. Also, it is a lot like skating or skiing hence the k. The only equipment needed is two skoots. A skoot is made by taking a kick scooter and shortening and lowering the handle bars. The handles are shortened because the scoots often need to be closer together than normal handles will allow. The handles are lowered so you can lift the Skoots. There is also a skiing version called Skooing.

Equipment Required: Two Skoots. Skoots are kick scooters with the t-bars shortened so the Skoots can be brought close together.

Sport Description

To skoot simply put one foot on each skoot, hold the two steering stems, and push sideways alternating legs as in skating or cross-country skiing. It is fun, great exercise, and the possibilities are endless. The steerability of the front wheels adds a new dimension.

It is as much fun as skating, but you don't have to lace up skates. You could even do it barefooted.

Unlace your skates and jump on your Skoots

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