We are a mobile company. We transport our Segway PT Fleet to our many takeoff locations. Being mobile affords our patrons unlimited and never ending choices of locations from which to pilot our PTs. Before your event begins, Zero G Touring will train you to safely operate and ride the Segway PT. Tour sizes are kept small and participants receive one-on-one training so that you can fully enjoy the experience. Your Captain will set a flight path to many sights on board these fun hi-tech machines. Chances are that you may find yourself becoming a sight yourself on one of our St Louis Segway Tours as pedestrians watch you effortlessly soar by! CLICK HERE FOR St LOUIS SEGWAY RESERVATIONS
See our beautiful, historic city using one of the most modern modes of transportation, the Segway Personal Transporter. On our Downtown Segway St Louis Tour you’ll view several vintage photos of how St. Louis looked from the vantage point of where the photo was actually shot, many more then 100 years ago. We will visit sites including the Old Cathedral, the Old St. Louis County Courthouse, Kiener Plaza, Union Station and St. Louis City Hall. We will see Busch Stadium and of course the mighty Mississippi from atop the 139 year old Eades Bridge.
The 1,375 acre park is the largest city park in the United States and was dedicated June 24th 1876 with a crowd of 50,000 people in attendance! It severed as the site of the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair. Some of the stops along our Segway St. Louis Tour include the Jewel Box, St. Louis Art Museum, World’s Fair Pavilion, The Boathouse, the Muny, James S. McDonnell Planetarium, and the St. Louis Zoo. Read more about our Forest Park St Louis tour. CLICK HERE FOR St LOUIS SEGWAY RESERVATIONS
This is one of the most frequently asked questions we get when we are doing a Zero G Touring Downtown or Forest Park Tour. It is also one of the toughest to answer. Here is the basic explanation in layman’s terms. A Segway Personal Transporter is a two wheeled vehicle designed and built specifically to carry a person in an urban environment. When Dean Kamen unveiled the Segway in 2001 it was hailed as one of the biggest innovations in transportation since the automobile or the bicycle. It’s technology as a number of different applications around the world, including a wheelchair that can climb stairs. The Segway has been used by police and security forces from parking attendants to mall and airport security. Our favorite application, though, is providing Segway Tours. A Segway is powered by two large lithium-ion batteries. The most incredible part of the Segway is how it balances. It was designed to mechanize the normal human balance functions. Think about it! The way you balance and move forward is that little “sensors” inside your inner ear tell your brain and your body whether you are standing straight up or going to fall over. When you want to walk, you lean forward and your feet come out from under you to catch up and keep you upright… thus moving you forward. The Segway does the same thing! There are little sensors and computers at the base of the machine that take readings on where your body weight is. If you lean forward, the wheels drive forward in order to keep you upright and balanced. It is also built with a number of redundant systems to make sure that no matter what, the Segway will never shut off or throw you off unexpectedly. Now try to imagine yourself on one of Zero G Touring’s St. Louis Segway Tours!