YouTuber Go-Kart Abandoned Railroad Track
YouTuber Preson Summers set out to build a functional go-kart for an abandoned railroad track to explore the Goat Canyon Trestle Bridge on the south side of the Anza-Borrego Desert in California.

Was he successful? That is up for debate, mainly because the only other option aside from building a go-kart for railroad tracks is a grueling six-mile round-trip hike with a steep climb out of the canyon. Without spoiling too much, it’s safe to say that this go-kart definitely needs better wheels.
Segway Ninebot Gokart Pro 2 - High-Speed Racing and Immersive Gaming Combo for Ages 14+, Up to 26.7 mph
  • Extreme Speed: Race at a thrilling 26.7 mph in Race Mode, delivering an electrifying go-karting experience that leaves you exhilarated and hungry for more adrenaline-fueled action.
  • Versatile Riding Modes: Personalize your ride with ECO, Sport, Race, and Manual Modes, providing a diverse range of speed and control options to suit your preferences and skill level.
  • Long-lasting Adventure: Extend your fun with a typical range of 15.5 miles, ensuring hours of non-stop excitement and enjoyment on the track without interruptions.

Just search for steel rail cart wheels. There are plenty of options and they are not expensive. Your biggest design flaw after having the wrong wheels is that you didn’t have a strong enough way to keep your wheel spacing from changing,” said one commenter.


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