FUNBOARD M-2
FUNBOARD M-2

FUNBOARD M-2

The "FUNBOARD M-2" is an electric competition vehicle, specifically designed for all children from 5 up to 10 years of age.

It comes from the right balance between the agility of a hoverkart chassis, and the safety of an integrated bodywork, originally conceived for impacts on the ice, made of very hard and impact-resistant plastic.

Hoverboard and fixing straps have been revised and specially designed to ensure the perfect synchronization of the steering levers (thus facilitating driving for the baby) and guaranteeing a firm fixation of the hoverboard.

Levers stops, foot/leg rests and front bumper, guarantee the safety of the child while driving.

Easily interchangeable external battery, allows the "FUNBOARD M-2" to travel very long distances. In fact, only 2 batteries are enough to cover about 40 km.

You drive totally with the levers, stimulating the coordination and strengthening both sides of the child's body. Improves the knowledge of balance and psychomotor skills, consolidating body movements.

The "FUNBOARD M-2" project continues with the creation of the first dedicated championship (start in March 2020) , with the future intent of becoming a new sporting discipline.

Italy


FUNBOARD M-2

Alessio Corno

Born in Monza in 1981, Alessio Corno, since he was a child, becomes passionate about racing and engines.
In 2002 he began his little experience in the world of karts, participating in some races of the Championship "EASYKART" of BIREL.
In 2015 he founded a well-known go kart endurance team, "CT RACING", in which, in the 2016 season, some famous characters and drivers from the cars races world participated.
In 2017 he creates a new Amateur Go-Kart Championship at the "Boggiakart" Karting Track in Gordona (SO).
In March 2018 he permanentley left the team and organization of the championship, to devote himself to innovative ideas.
Creator of the "FUNBOARD N-1" project, presented for the first time at "MAKER FAIRE ROME 2018"


Stand D37 (pav. 5) - Alessio Corno

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