Bring the Race Track to You with the Hoverboard Go-Kart Attachment by Hyper GoGo

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Haven’t you always wanted to bring the go-karts from the track home? To continue to race and drive up and down the street and your driveway in something other than a bike or a skateboard?

We all have had fun at the track messing around with go-karts with your friends, and now there is now a way to bring the track to you. Thanks to the Hyper GoGo hoverboard attachment.

A few years ago, hoverboards were all the range. Every second person on the street had one and everyone wanted to try them, but now there is an even better way to use them, instead of letting them collect dust. The Hyper GoGo hoverboard attachment works with any brand hoverboard that is sitting in your garage and turns your regular old hoverboard into a go-kart for you to race with your friends.

There are many other features to the Hyper GoGo that makes it the best attachment for your hoverboard.

Key Features

The go-kart attachment is fun for the whole family. With adjustable sizing for both children and adults, the entire family can enjoy the fun of the go-kart hoverboard attachment.

Your family’s safety has been taken into account, with shock absorbers, seatbelts, and disc brakes. The safety of your kids and yourself haven’t been taken for granted in the creation of the go-kart attachment by Hyper GoGo.

You will have complete control over your next go-kart, as the accelerator and reverse mechanism has been built into a simple one-hand lever to help you maneuver your go-kart with simplicity and ease.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

There has never been a better time to upgrade your hoverboard to have more fun. Bring the fun of the go-karting track to your home with the Hyper GoGo hoverboard attachment that will turn your simple hoverboard into the go-kart of your dreams.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.