A new 7.5-kilometre downhill route for scooters has been opened in Jelšava (Revúca district) in southern Slovakia.
Mayor Milan Kolesár said they had purchased eight scooters, five for adults and three for children, as well as other equipment.
Kolesár assumed even before the opening that the route will be one of the longer ones in Slovakia.
“It is very interesting and it may also give people an adrenaline rush, depending on how they use the brakes and enjoy the ride on the steepest part,” the mayor said, as quoted by the TASR newswire.
“Of course, it is possible to also enjoy it in peace and feast on nature,” he noted.
28. Jun 2020 at 9:30 | Compiled by Spectator staff