A long race sled with a steering system controlling the front athletes.
A long sled made of two shorter sleds joined up with in combination.
Either among these two smaller sleds.
A sled regularly go-down a bob track.
The sport of traveling down a bob track as soon as possible.
a quick sled, mostly utilized as one of moobs connected by a reach or coupling; the substance sled so formed.
a brief sled, mostly made use of as one of moobs connected by a reach or coupling; in addition, the chemical sled so formed.
a lengthy racing sled (for 2 or higher people), having two sets of runners, with all the forward set linked to a steering apparatus. They're usually raced one-by-one down a steeply sloping path or specifically built chute, with razor-sharp banked curves, and attain large speeds.
A sled composed of a body resting on two short sleds called bobs, put one behind one other.
an extended race sled (for 2 or higher people) with a steering process