First and foremost, I hope you can appreciate the Jack Johnson reference. For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, here is the video (you can thank me later) https://vimeo.com/30460289
So, where are we with this Guinness World Record?
Well, we are Sitting, Waiting, and Wishing for a final word from Guinness World Records about how exactly a kick scooter is defined in regards to the maximum allowable wheel size.
Just to review, after our last minor setback about 2 weeks ago with Guinness denying us the ability to use the Kickbike Race Max 20 (a professional European racing scooter pictured below) on the grounds that it resembles a bicycle/scooter hybrid and would therefore provide an unfair advantage due to its oversized wheels (28″ front and 20″ rear) compared to the size of a normal scooter wheel (98mm or 3.8″), we had to adapt and overcome. PS: If you missed out on this, check out our previous post about this http://scootingrecord.com/new-team-logo-2/