Sick of getting ties and socks and grill-related stuff for Christmas? Desperate to recapture the joy you felt as a little kid on Christmas morning, when you ran down the stairs and unwrapped the coolest new toy or the latest video game? A company named High Roller has introduced adult-sized big wheels.
I come from a big family. My Mom was one of 11 kids and growing up, I had plenty of aunts, uncles and cousins around. The cousins were a gang of sorts.
Reinforced for grown-man-sized individuals — lbs max on this model — these puppies feature hardened steel frames, metal flake glossy paint, alloy rims, a fully adjustable seat, and all the power slides you can handle. Oh, and we won't need to remind you to remove the bell and tassels first thing. At nearly a yard long, this blaster can launch a mega dart up to feet.
This was one of the happiest moments in my adult life. Normally I am not a fan of pictures showing the entire expanse of my body, but now is not the time for such concerns. HIgh Roller designer and CEO had an excellent idea, one that many giant children often ponder but never act upon.
Your decades of yearning are over! This top of line adult-size big-wheel exclusively from High Roller USA is built to perform and features a metallic candy apple red, heavy duty steel frame and fork. High Roller trikes come standard with an adjustable padded seat, bell, and handle bar tassels.
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How about 18 and over? The High Roller Big Wheel, like bars, skydiving, Leisure Suit Larryand all the best things in life, with the exception of nipples, was made for adults only. Big boys and girls who still want to tear around empty streets and parking lots on 3 oversized tires, sitting close enough to the ground that when they inevitably do something stupid and capsize, the likelihood of breaking bones, sustaining a concussion, or removing the top layer of epidermal tissue will still be pretty low, now have a vehicle with which to do so. Or cruising.
Many people who grew up in the s, '80s and '90s will likely remember cruising around the neighborhood on a Marx Big Wheel, a low-riding tricycle made of plastic. Now, a Big Wheel-style bike is available for adults, thanks to the work of a former aerospace engineer. As a kid, Matt Armbruster dreamed of being an astronaut. As an adult, he got to work on mechanical systems for satellites and planetary spacecraft, including a number of different NASA spacecraft.