Cars and parking are expensive. Buses are crowded and late. But there are other ways of getting around to your classes. We’ve found 7 great ways for getting around campus!
The Schwinn Hybrid Bicycle is sure to fulfill your ‘need for speed’ around campus. The 21-speed SRAM grip shift will let you get to where you’re going smoothly and quickly. The pomax alloy linear pull brakes will help you come to a stop just as smoothly. The 26-inch wheels can handle all sorts of terrain, and seat is comfortable so you can ride on your bicycle all day long without feeling sore. It has a lightweight alloy frame that makes it easy to carry up the stairs if you need to and easy to store even in a dorm or apartment. It’s a great way to stay in shape while cruising campus.
Cruise around campus with this well-known board. The original 44” long board from Quest is ideal for those who need a longer board than average. The wheels can handle all types of pavement. The Quest Super Cruiser Longboard is made from multi-ply superflex bamboo and hardwood maple. It has all top-of-the-line components for unparalleled performance. If you’ve never tried a longboard before, Quest boards are perfect because they are easy to balance on and easy to control. You’ll get there faster and look good doing so with your very own cruiser longboard.
A kingpin of the 90s, Razor scooters have never really gone out of fashion. This A5 Lux model has an all-in-one aircraft-grade frame and extra-large wheels to handle the size of a college student. With several colors to choose from, and no assembly required, this scooter is ready to roll right out of the box. Why walk when you can roll around campus? No parking permit required and no paying for parking either. The extra-long deck means you have room for both feet and you can get around even faster. Plus it folds up for easy storage.
These in-line skates from Roller Derby come in three great color combinations and can be custom fit with the push of a button. Whether you’re zipping across town or across campus, these skates are perfect when you need to get somewhere quickly. Aerodynamic in-line wheels can handle different types of terrain and they are easy to take care of and keep clean. Though the 80s were the height of skating popularity, you’ll still see plenty of students using them on campus today. Besides, trends always come back.
With a motorized battery and a bamboo deck, this little scooter is just what you need to get from place to place. It has a comfortable padded seat, variable-speed throttle control, and adjustable handlebar. It even has a basket to help you keep everything together. Why walk when you can cruise around on this little scooter? You don’t even have to stand. Just sit down and ride off in style and comfort. It’s especially nice for steep hills you don’t have to hike up.
Show off your swag when you cruise around on your own personal transporter from Swagtron. UL 2272-certified safety ratings mean your hoverboard is perfectly safe to use and operate. Two adjustable modes—learning and standard—allow you to get comfortable with your hoverboard before you show off your skills on-campus. It comes in three bold colors—black, red, and blue. Headlights, battery indicator, and rubber bumpers makes it as functional as it is fashionable.
Get nostalgic with this blast from the past. Heelys are back and they are better than ever. With a much more mature color scheme and low-profile styling, Heelys can be worn almost everywhere—even on campus. There are several interesting colors to choose from. No matter what color or style you choose, Heelys will help you get around campus more efficiently and more quickly than just walking.
Get around campus in style and have fun doing it too with some of these alternative modes of transportation.
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