Toddler Who Can Ride a Hoverboard Better Than You Goes Viral in China

She can even turn in circles.

A toddler in eastern China is making waves on social media for her ability to use a hoverboard better than most adults.

Long Yixin, aged 14 months, is able to ride the hoverboard while standing or squatting.

 

More surprisingly, she is able to turn in circles without losing balance.

Long’s mother, Wang Ao’ai, posts videos of her daughter on Kuaishou, a photo- and video-sharing app.

According to Wang, her daughter became “addicted” to the ride after trying it last month at their home in Qianjiang, Hubei province.

Wang bought the hoverboard for 199 yuan ($29) as a gift to her 5-year-old son.

When Long found it in his pile of toys, she gave it a try, according to Fox 13.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Wang revealed that Long started toddling when she was just 10 months old.

Needless to say, Long’s hoverboarding skills puts her above most toddlers, who are only beginning to gain a sense of balance.

Her unbelievable talent has since spread on YouTube, leaving most users amazed. However, some pointed out the danger of her not wearing a helmet.

Responding to critics, Wang assured that her daughter only rides within their residential complex and that she always has her eyes on her.

What do you think?

Images via Kuaishou / Wang Ao’ai

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