Danny Halmo

Danny Halmo finishes Guinness record attempt aboard a Segway in Victoria

Riding a Segway, Danny Halmo travelled down Vancouver Island to set a new world record

  • Oct. 13, 2016 8:00 a.m.




Danny Halmo, a Langley, BC custom car builder, took a break from making vehicles to riding one, arriving in Victoria Thursday after a completing a trip down Vancouver Island aboard a Segway.

Halmo was attempting to set a new Guinness world record for the longest trip while riding a self balancing electric vehicle and draw attention to current restrictions on using the devices.

The trip covered about 500 kilometres.

Halmo also plans to cross Canada on a Segway in 2017 and stage a 150-Segway parade to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation.

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