blokart

blokart

(ˈbləʊˌkɑːt)
n
(Sailing) a single-seat three-wheeled vehicle with a sail, built to be propelled over land by the wind
[C20: from blo(w) + (go-)kart]
ˈbloˌkarting n
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It is called a blokart - a type of land yacht that came into existence in September 1999.
The blokart is made with stainless steel and carbon fibre making it lightweight and easily manoeuvrable.
From tennis, to golf to horse-riding, Blokart sailing or hiring a trikke bike Meydan today is very much a Sporting destination and we hope to expand our offerings to our guests further," he added.
Other activities include sailing, machine rowing, rowing simulator, kayaking, kite surfing and blokart sailing.
Battling 35mph winds, Gail rides the Blokart, a three-wheeled buggy with hand-controlled sail, while Jason races in a mountain board, which is a skateboard/ snowboard hybrid propelled by wing-shaped sail.
Kevin Meyers from Cornwall will be the only Briton taking part in a world-first expedition in May to blokart 2000km across the harsh Gobi Desert.
One of the many activities that the Sailing Club provides is Blokart training sessions for children from Speke and Garston.
The Blokart has handlebar steering and one mainsheet.
No, if you want to be seriously racy but keep your feet on dry land, the blokart (pronounced blow- kart) is the thing.
Under the careful tuition of qualified instructors from the organisations some 20 disabled children from Sandfield Park School enjoyed simulated sailing in their fleet of BLOkarts which were specially adapted so that two people can ride at once.
There is great interest in the use of blokarts and other wind powered vehicles on Sefton's beaches,'' says Dave McAleavy,Sefton's head of coast and countryside.