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Old 08-28-2018   #1
 
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Bellyak

Here’s an interesting question, is a bellyak basically a riverboard, and can it do the cool things an anvil riverboard can do. I mean both require you to lay down, but are bellyaks used for whitewater.

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Old 08-28-2018   #2
 
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Bellyaks are for making bad (drunk) decisions on Shoshone. They are the ski bike of the whitewater world.
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Bellyaks are for making bad (drunk) decisions on Shoshone. They are the ski bike of the whitewater world.
Sweet! Dude, if they're half the fun of skibikes, I'll buy two.... It would be nice to have something else to use "for making bad (drunk) decisions on".






They look like they could be real fun. They seem to have a lot more floatation than my Carlson Riverboard, however the length of the Bellyak means that you won't be able to use your legs and flippers much. That's a shame, the legs are the strongest muscle you have by far...






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They were designed for paraplegics....... but can still be fun, i took one out in cali one time.
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