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Single Pedal Drive Kayak

Hobie Kayak

  • 1 h
  • From 35 US dollars
  • Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club

Service Description

Pedal drive kayaking is a type of kayaking where the kayak is propelled using a pedal system instead of a paddle. The pedal system is usually located in the cockpit area of the kayak and consists of foot pedals that are connected to a propeller or fins underneath the kayak. By using a pedaling motion similar to riding a bicycle, the kayaker is able to propel the kayak forward without the need for a paddle. Pedal drive kayaks offer several advantages over traditional paddle kayaks. They allow for hands-free operation, giving the kayaker the ability to fish, take photos, or simply relax while still moving forward. Additionally, pedal drive kayaks can be more efficient in terms of speed and endurance, as the leg muscles are typically stronger and can sustain longer periods of paddling compared to the arms.


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Contact Details

  • Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club, 3105 Clarks Bridge Road, Gainesville, GA 30506, USA


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