STRAIGHT

Take a sitting or lying position on the sledge with your legs straight, with your feet loosely placed next to the outer side of the skids. One hand holds the control cable, the other bar behind the seat. The one-handed hold on the sledge helps to remain in the desired position and to prevent from sliding off the seat. straight

BRAKING

Pulling central on the control cable let both brake claws grip firmly into the snow of the sledge run thanks to the innovative "Brake Steer System". To stabilize the luge place the soles of your feet flat on the sledge run next to the skids with your knees bent. Either both hands pull on the steering rope or only one while the other holds onto the clasp behind the sledge seat. braking

GENERAL TURNING

Always reduce the speed before the turn in order to drive the right speed when entering the curve. Always approach the bends from the outside so that you can bring the sledge in a straight position earlier and accelerate again on the exit of the turn.

LEFT TURN

By pulling the control cable on the left, the left brake claw of the "Brake Steer System" scrapes the snow and the left skid is pulled up. For optimal weight distribution, the left hand is stretched outwards. At the same time, push your right foot against the right skid while the left foot is stretched out next to the left skid. left-turn

RIGHT TURN

By pulling the control cable on the right, the right brake claw of the "Brake Steer System" scrapes the snow and the right skid is pulled up. For optimal weight distribution, the right hand is stretched outwards. At the same time, push your left foot against the left skid while the right foot is stretched out next to the right skid. right-turn

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