Bossaball is a ball game between two teams, combining elements of volleyball, football and gymnastics with music into a sport. It is played on an inflatable court featuring a trampoline on each side of the net.
The trampolines allow the players to bounce high enough to spike the ball over the net and score direct points.
A kite buggy is a light, purpose-built vehicle powered by a traction kite (power kite). It is single-seated and has one steerable front wheel and two fixed rear wheels.
The driver sits in the seat located in the middle of the vehicle and accelerates and slows down by applying steering manoeuvres in coordination with flying manoeuvres of the kite. This activity is called kite buggying.
The speed achieved in kite buggies by skilled drivers can range up to around 110 km/h (70 mph), hence protective clothing, including a safety helmet, is commonly worn.
Whitewater kayaking is the sport of paddling a kayak on a moving body of water, typically a whitewater river.
Whitewater kayaking can range from active, moving water, to demanding, extreme whitewater.
Skibobbing is also called as skibiking or snowbiking, a winter sport using a guidable, single-track vehicle that has features of the bicycle, the bobsled, and skis.
The longer rear ski is fixed, and the shorter front ski is mobile for steering; a saddle like that of a bicycle and a steering bar with handles complete the rig.
The assembly is kept flexible to provide smooth passage over bumps and is lightweight, made of wood, aluminum, or plastic for portability.
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