Scene in Edmonds: Segway business segues to the beach

From the left, Ian Gilbert and Benjamin Jantz take a spin in the new Segway of Edmonds waterfront location. All photos by Dr. Gregory Jantz.

Segway of Edmonds recently rolled out of its space near Salish Sea Brewing Company and into a new beachside home beneath Arnie’s Restaurant on Admiral Way. According to 17-year-old owner Gregg Jantz, Jr., the new Segway location offers “a beautiful view of the waterfront and more space for training, fun and safe corporate events, team building activities, and an updated tour route.”

Owner Gregg Jantz, Jr., checks in Andrea Gilbert and Benjamin Jantz.

New riders can expect to have a short training session to become familiar with operating a Segway. Then riders can choose to take a sunset tour, historic tour, V.I.P tour, or a self-guided trip around the Edmonds waterfront.

LaFon Jantz takes a rides while Ian Gilbert looks on.

According to Jantz, “The team at Segway of Edmonds is excited about the new opportunities this year to meet and exceed your expectations whether it be in tours, rentals, sales, service, or corporate events.”

To book a Segway rental or find out more information, see the business website.


2 Replies to “Scene in Edmonds: Segway business segues to the beach”

  1. My girlfriend and I gave these a try last year and to my amazement it is serious fun. I will definitely be down to visit them in their new digs when the weather improves.


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