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Active Transportation powered by Human Energy
New light weight compact design will make it even easier to go everywhere you go!
Questions and Answers
Q. What is the Rockit First Single Foot Skate(SFS)?
Active transportation powered by human energy.
Its Compact, Transit Friendly, Straps to Shoe, Light weight, Easy to Learn, Hands Free, Universal, Brake Included, and Fast.
Q. What do you do with your other foot while riding Rockit?
Use it to push forward at desired speeds. You can rest your foot on the back end of Rockit.
Advantage: You have only one foot strapped and the other giving you total movement control.
Q. What benefits does Rockit have?
It allows you to safely and easily transport your body at desired speeds.
Gets you to where you need to go efficiently.
Improves your cardiovascular workout.
Helps you catch the bus if not beat it.
The Rockit is also used for playing ball hockey in some countries.
Q. How do you ride the Rockit? (Please see video)
Step 1. Placing desired foot and align it properly onto Rockit surface.
Step 2. Secure foot in place with Ratchet Strap (foot should not move around-try wiggling it).
Step 3. Stand tall with knees slightly bent and your back slightly tilted forward-begin riding.
*Remember* Start slowly and build your speed only after you learn to ride and stop properly.
Q. How do you stop?
There are three ways you can stop!
1. Push down on the heel while lifting your toes and it will slow you down to a complete stop.
2. Drag free foot until it slows you down to a complete stop.
3. Hop onto free foot completely.
Q. Where and when can I ride the Rockit?
We suggest you learn to ride the Rockit on a safe, smooth surface, or empty parking lot.
Rockit helps you catch the bus, get to school, work, skate parks, malls, campus & play sports.
Q. Is it safe to ride?
Absolutely! The Rockit is no more dangerous to use than any other self-propelled sports & recreational product. Ride the Rockit at respected speeds to avoid risk of injury.
**Remember if you notice that you are losing your balance as you ride. To stop use your free foot.