Skibobbing Combines Biking, Skiing, And High Speeds

The first skibobbing device was patented in 1892 in the United States. Skibobbing took off as a sport after World War II, and became particularly popular in Europe. Initially, the sport was promoted as a less-scary alternative to skiing for older demographics, but it soon became an extreme racing sport in its own right.

Key Facts In This Video

  1. See footage of a car racing a horse on a track with jumps: 00:18

  2. Skibobbing combines skiing, biking, and sledding. 02:21

  3. Watch players compete in a sport that resembles rugby and football on ice: 03:20

Written by Curiosity Staff August 12, 2015

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