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Water Rides and Interactive Play Structures for Amusement and Theme Parks

An amusement park or theme park is a group of entertainment attractions, rides, and other events in a location for the enjoyment of large numbers of people. An amusement park is more elaborate than a simple city park or playground, usually providing attractions meant to cater specifically to certain age groups, as well as some that are aimed towards all ages. Theme parks, a specific type of amusement park, are usually much more intricately themed to a certain subject or group of subjects than normal amusement parks.

Amusement parks evolved from European fairs and pleasure gardens, which were created for people’s recreation. World’s fairs and expositions were another influence on the development of the amusement park industry. Amusement parks have a fixed location, as opposed to travelling funfairs and carnivals.

In common language, the terms theme park and amusement park are often synonymous. However, a theme park can be regarded as a distinct style of amusement park. A theme park has landscaping, buildings, and attractions that are based on one or more specific themes or stories. Despite many older parks adding themed rides and areas, qualifying the park as a theme park.

Family fun parks starting as miniature golf courses have begun to grow to include batting cages, go-karts, bumper cars, bumper boats and water slides. Some of these parks have grown to include even roller coasters, and traditional amusement parks now also have these competition areas in addition to their thrill rides.

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Taking advantage of the hilly terrains in an amusement park makes its guests work a little harder for their fun. The Skycycle is a pedal powered roller coaster which runs up, down, and around the hillside areas, and like traditional roller coasters, has sections that appear genuinely exciting.
The Skycycle’s carts seat two people cycling in tandem on a guide rail. Each cart is equipped with a handlebar, seat-belts, and a little pink basket in front.

Thrill seekers will still be able to appreciate the rush of vertigo because, on the Skycycle, you can stop and look down. Guests are also responsible for pedaling their cart over peaks as well and out of troughs; no more speeding around involuntarily. The responsibility of pushing your cart to plummet up high on a hill seated on a bike with a seat-belt does seem just as, if not more, terrifying as the passive thrills of electric roller coasters. And these Pedal Powered Roller Coasters can be used by any people with no age limit and give both excitement and amusement to the guests.These are of two types Single track AND Double track. More pictures available here.

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Amazing Bikes
 is required for these bikes. Easy to use. No regular maintenance required. Annual Maintenance is very low. Battery Operated, heavy type, strong and continuously running. Some of the items are displayed here.


Quadricycle refers to vehicles with four wheels. Its speed is 28 mph and weighs less than 770 pounds

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The human-powered vehicle with three wheels. It is very comfortably fit for us to ride.

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Rover is as same as Segway scooter but it is a way less weighed and very efficient to use.

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The Segway is a two-wheeled, self-balancing, battery-powered electric vehicle.

It uses gyroscopic sensors and accelerometer-based leveling sensors to detect the resulting changes in its pitch angle and, to maintain balance, it drives its wheels forward or backward as needed to return its pitch to upright. In the process, the rider establishes and then maintains a desired speed by modulating the extent and duration of their fore/aft weight shifts. To turn and steer, the rider shifts the handlebar to the left or right. The scooter responds by adjusting the speeds of the wheels in opposite directions causing it to yaw and, if not traveling forward or backward, turn in place. At speed, the amount of shift of the handlebar corresponds to the amount of left or right lean required by the rider to balance themselves on the platform during a turn.

The maximum speed of the Segway is 12.5 miles (20.1 km). The product is capable of covering 24 mi (39 km) on a fully charged lithium ion battery, depending on terrain, riding style and the condition of the batteries

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A folding bicycle is a bicycle designed to fold into a compact form, facilitating transport and storage. When folded, the bikes can be more easily carried into buildings and houses or on public transportation (facilitating mixed-mode commuting and bicycle commuting), and more easily stored in compact living quarters or aboard a car, boat or plane.

Folding mechanisms vary, with each offering a distinct combination of folding speed, folding ease, compactness, ride, weight, durability and price. Distinguished by the complexities of their folding mechanism, more demanding structural requirements, greater number of parts, and more specialized market appeal, folding bikes may be more expensive than comparable non-folding models. The choice of model, apart from cost considerations, is a matter of resolving the various practical requirements: a quick easy fold, compact folded size, or a faster but less compact model.

There are also bicycles that provide similar advantages by separating into pieces rather than folding.

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