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updated: 9/25/2013 7:07 AM

Fort Wayne to launch Segway tours of downtown

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Small fleets of Segways will soon be moving through Fort Wayne as part of a new effort to show off the city.

Tour Fort Wayne is a new venture of Ultrazone. Two tour guides will lead groups of up to eight people along established walkways and trails.

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Participants will receive about 15 minutes of training before heading out to see local sights.

The News-Sentinel reports initial tours will be downtown and include places such as Headwaters Park and the River Greenway trails.

A two-hour historic tour will cost $48 per person initially as part of an introductory offer and then rise to $60.

Segway tours have proved popular in bigger cities like Indianapolis, which offers them along White River State Park downtown.

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