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Table of Contents
- The Best Electric Skateboard
- 1. Evolve Skateboards Bamboo GTR
- 2. SKATEBOLT Electric Skateboard
- 3. Teemgee H5
- 4. Evolve Skateboards Carbon GTR
- 5. Hiboy Electric Skateboard
- 6. Evolve Skateboards Bamboo GT
- 7. BACKFIRE G2S
- 8. Evolve Skateboards Bamboo ONE
- 9. Koowheel D3M 2nd Gen
- 10. RazorX Cruiser Electric Skateboard
- 11. Maxfind Dual Motor with Wireless Remote Controller
- 12. Yuneec E-GO2
- 13. Dynacraft Surge
- 14. Yuneec E-Go
- 15. BY2 Remote Control 4 Wheels
- 16. GT Powerboard Off-Road
- 17. Munkyboards SK-500BL 500W
- 18. AT (All Terrain) Aluminum
- 19. Dakott 1200
- Electric Skateboard Buyers’ Guide
- How old should I be to use an electric skateboard?
- How long will my electric board last?
- Can I do tricks on an electric skateboard?
When electric skateboards first came out, they were incredibly popular. People were buying them left and right, because it was like a new wave of skateboarding for the modern age. However, through all these great times there were several problems facing the industry. These problems became so obvious and impacted the industry so much that sales began to tank and people started forgetting about electric skateboards altogether.
After a couple of years of trial and error, a few brands continued to push through and made some pretty impressive improvements and quite frankly the best improvements. These improvements brought electric skateboards back from the brink of collapsing as a whole and actually ended up saving them completely. People used to complain because they were far too expensive, but with all the readily available resources, companies are now able to lower the prices dramatically.
Other issues with electric boards included short battery life, low speeds, and weakened decks. All of these issues were fixed with the use of lithium-ion batteries (in some skateboards), much more efficient skateboards, and durable woods to create much more stable decks. People began to turn towards electric skateboards again because they became very reliable and worth the investment.
Now that you have a general history update on electric skateboards, we’re sure you’re pretty excited to check some of the best ones out. Instead of making you search around for your perfect match, we did that for you as well. We researched all of the top blogs and video reviews about electric skateboards to bring you the best electric skateboards on the market!
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The Best Electric Skateboard
1. Evolve Skateboards Bamboo GTR
One of the greatest brands to take on the challenge of bettering electric skateboards is Evolve Skateboards. They’re well-known for producing the highest quality products in the industry, starting with the impressive Bamboo GTR.
Battery & Motors
The battery and the performance of the skateboard seem to be the thing that we all care about the most. It affects how fast the skateboard can go, and for how long. This skateboard, in particular, goes up to 18.5 miles per hour for up to 31 miles!
The fact that the Bamboo GTR can go off-road is fairly unique in the world of electric skateboards. Many companies find it challenging to equip their skateboards with tires good enough to last well on regular streets as well as off-road, but Evolve Skateboards did just that.
+ Powerful skateboard that gets up to 18.5 miles an hour to keep you up to speed at all times.
+ Long-lasting battery that goes up to 31 miles on a single charge.
Why We Liked It – Being limited to just sidewalks and streets can be frustrating for people in rural areas. Luckily the Bamboo GTR by Evolve Skateboards solves that problem with their inline tires. We rated them as the best tires on our review list.
2. SKATEBOLT Electric Skateboard
If you’re someone who’s been looking for an electric skateboard to get you from place to place throughout the day, this is your best bet. The SKATEBOLT Electric Skateboard boasts an impressive 25 miles per hour top-speed, shadowing over the majority of the competition. There are multiple speeds for beginners as well.
8 layers of dense maple wood make for an incredibly strong deck. In fact, you can fit up to 280 pounds on it without a problem. Since it uses two motors, you’ll be able to feel the stability and smoothness instead of a constant bumpy feeling as you would with cheaper models. The ergonomic remote is easy for skaters of all experience levels to use.
+ Comes with three different speed settings
+ Goes up to 25 miles per hour
+ Includes a comfortable remote to control your ride
Why We Like It – We like this electric skateboard because it can go much faster than others at a much smoother pace.
3. Teemgee H5
The Teemgee H5 electric skateboard is one of the best electric skateboards on the market. Customers are loving the longevity of the skateboard, as well as the overall top speed which is much higher than most other electric skateboards on the market.
When you think about riding on an electric skateboard, you probably want to go faster than walking speed, right? The unfortunate truth is that a lot of electric skateboards on the market are incredibly slow. The good news is that the Teemgee H5 gets up to 22 miles per hour!
Another very important feature of all electric skateboards is how durable they are. It’s difficult for a company to make a durable skateboard without making it weigh too much, but Teemgee managed to make it work. With maple wood and fiberglass, this skateboard is strong as can be but only 14.5 pounds.
+ The high speed of this board will get you to and from your destination in no time.
+ Having a durable construction is key to increasing a skateboard’s longevity.
+ The Teemgee H5 is quickly becoming one of the most popular electric boards around.
Why We Liked It – It’s hard not to like a board that’s solid as can be and also gets up to 22 miles per hour. Many other brands sacrifice speed for durability or vice versa, but the Teemgee H5 has both. It’s one of the best for speed.
4. Evolve Skateboards Carbon GTR
Another one of the best boards for riding is the Evolve board is the Carbon GTR. The Carbon GTR is ground-breaking for the industry because it matches speed with longevity. In the past, you’d get a slow board that lasts a while or a fast board that lasts a very short amount of time.
Having a battery that lasts a while is essential on an electric skateboard. If you want to consider taking it on errands or to work or school, it has to last long enough to not make you worry every time you go. The Carbon GT by Evolve Skateboards lasts up to 31 miles, so you’ll have nothing to worry about.
With a top speed of 26 miles per hour, you can get to your destination at pretty much the same speed as a car. Many speed limits within a city are 25 miles per hour or less, so this board is a perfect method of getting to and from your destination in a timely manner.
+ The long-lasting battery takes you for up to 31 miles, which is some of the best around.
+ At 26 miles per hour you’ll have no problem getting from point A to point B.
+ The unique shape and design of the deck is sure to turn heads.
Why We Liked It – Evolve Skateboards has done it again with another one of the best boards on the market. The 26 miles per hour battery life combined with the ability to travel for 31 miles makes this board a real contender for replacing a car on inner-city transportation.
5. Hiboy Electric Skateboard
The Hiboy Electric Skateboard is a modern work of art for those who want a simple method of transportation. It extends the battery life up to 6.2 miles per charge, which is ideal for commuting within a city. You’ll also be able to max the motors out around 12.4 miles per hour for a decent pace.
Choose between Black and Black & Red, then hit the road in style. This 7.94-pound electric board is just about as light as it gets. When you’re not riding it, you can carry it with you without putting a strain on your back. Certainly one of the best on the market for weight and modes.
+ Includes four different ride modes and four brakes
+ Comes in two separate colors
+ Weighs only 7.94 pounds
Why We Like It – We like the Hiboy Electric Skateboard because it’s simple, budget-friendly, and it has a very little learning curve for people who haven’t used electric skateboards.
6. Evolve Skateboards Bamboo GT
Yet another great Evolve Skateboard is the Bamboo GT. The Bamboo GT has a 2-in-1 conversion kit that allows you to choose between street tires and off-road tires to adapt your board for any and all situations. The conversion kit is quick-acting and only takes a minute or so to change the tires.
LCD Wireless Remote
While all-electric boards come with a remote, the Evolve Bamboo GT has a few unique features. It lets you control the speed with 4 different settings, as well as monitor your battery life, speed mph or km/h, gear modes, and more.
Powerful Motors & Batteries
As with all of their other electric skateboards and longboards, this Evolve board has an incredibly powerful motor and long-lasting battery. With a 21 mile range and a 26 miles per hour speed, the limitations shatter the competition.
+ The wireless LCD remote that comes with this board tells you everything you need to know.
+ The powerful skateboard gets you up to 26 miles per hour, which is as fast as a car.
+ The long-lasting battery stays powered for up to 21 miles per single charge.
Why We Liked It – We like this board so much because the speed and battery are so efficient compared to many of the other brands and models on the market. The LCD wireless remote also gives you much more information than the competition.
7. BACKFIRE G2S
The Backfire G2S is one of the lesser-known electric skateboards on the market, but it has a few great features that make it a serious bang for your buck. If you’re looking to get a solid product from an up and coming manufacturer, then the Backfire G2S is worth a look.
The top speed of any electric board is obviously a focal point. It determines what you can and can’t use it for, which is why the higher speeds are generally much more accepted. This board gets up to 23 miles per hour, which is more than enough!
One of the unique features of the Backfire G2S is that it has two different modes to allow you to lengthen your battery life. The normal mode gets you about 12 miles per charge, while the eco-friendly mode gets you up to 15.5 miles per charge.
+ With a top speed of 23 miles per hour, you’ll be able to get around town in no time.
+ The battery has an adjustable setting that lets you choose how long your board lasts.
+ With 2 different wheels sizes, you’ll be able to select the best wheel for any occasion.
Why We Liked It – We like the Backfire G2S because it combines a great top speed with a varying battery life, which gives even more of a customized feeling to the rider.
8. Evolve Skateboards Bamboo ONE
For a slightly more budget-friendly option, Evolve Skateboards offers the Bamboo ONE. This model still outshines pretty much all the competition and has great speeds and battery life that’s nearly unmatched by the best of the best.
The top speed on the Evolve Bamboo ONE is 22 miles per hour, which is far more than a lot of other brands. You’ll often find electric boards with speeds of 12 to 14 miles per hour, which is considerably less than this model.
A powerful motor is nothing without an efficient battery. Who cares if the board goes 50 miles an hour if it can only do so for 10 minutes? Luckily, this lithium-ion battery lasts up to 21 miles per charge, which is incredibly long-lasting!
+ The top speed of 22 miles per hour is more than enough to get you around town.
+ Lasting up to 21 miles per charge, you’ll have no problem getting your errands done.
+ Evolve is a well-trusted brand with amazing durability and reliability.
Why We Liked It – Not everyone has several thousands of dollars to spend at all times, so it’s nice to have a budget-friendly option that still shatters the competition on almost all the details.
9. Koowheel D3M 2nd Gen
The Koowheel D3M 2nd Gen is another great electric skateboard with an impressive 24.8 miles per hour limit. Although they aren’t the most well-known brand on the market, they’re continuing to provide genuine, reliable electric skateboards.
Maple is one of the strongest known woods for making a skateboard deck. Instead of sticking with only a few layers, the D3M 2nd Gen uses 7 layers of maple wood to provide the ultimate strength and flexibility combination.
Having an ergonomic remote for your electric skateboard makes your ride 100 times easier. It’s frustrating to carry around a block of a remote when you already have your phone, wallet, and keys in your pocket. Luckily, this board comes with an awesome ergonomic remote that fits right around your hand to prevent it from dropping.
+ 7 layers of maple wood make this board one of the strongest in the industry.
+ The ergonomic wireless remote fits right in your hand for ease of access.
+ A top speed of 24.8 miles per hour is plenty enough to get you to and from your destination.
Why We Liked It – We loved this model because it covers all the bases you need from an electric skateboard. It has an excellent battery life and top speed, protected by 7 layers of maple wood and topped off with an ergonomic wireless remote.
10. RazorX Cruiser Electric Skateboard
Razor is well-known for producing some of the best scooters in the world, but they recently started making some pretty amazing electric skateboards too. They’re not looking to be the fastest or longest lasting, they’re looking to provide a fun time at reasonable paces.
Speed & Battery Life
At 10 miles per hour, you’ll be going 3 times the speed of the average walking person. It might not sound like a lot, but it’s not always fun for some people to go too fast. It gets you to and from where you’re going within its 40-minute battery life.
Durable Maple Wood
The deck of the RazorX Cruiser is made of 5 layers of maple wood. As we stated in the previous description, maple is some of the strongest wood that you can use when building a deck. It should come as no surprise though since Razor always puts quality into their products.
+ 10 miles an hour speed limit to get you around town at a reasonable pace.
+ 40-minute battery life is enough to get you to the store, school, or work and back.
+ Razor is a well-known brand that always puts quality ahead of profit.
Why We Liked It – When Razor first entered the electric skateboard industry, a lot of people were worried since they’re so different than scooters. Once we all saw the quality transfer perfectly, all the worry was gone in the wave of an awesome electric board.
11. Maxfind Dual Motor with Wireless Remote Controller
This Maxfind motor skateboard is literally how an electric board should be because it is that good. You get great performance with just an hour of charging. You can go up to 28 miles/hour which is great for a board. However, the speed may vary depending on your weight but the difference will not be a significant one. And the best part is, it is water resistant so do not hesitate if you live in a rainy climate. Featuring powerful SAMSUNG 18650 Lithium-ion and a 7 ply maple deck, it is definitely high quality.
12. Yuneec E-GO2
Brining you the best in style and ride, Yuneec is a must have if you want good speed and maximum range. It has a fairly long range of 18 miles and variable speeds with highest speed of 12.5 miles/hour. This one is a style paramount with its kicktail shape and blue front wheels. If you want stylish board that speaks class, this is it. Moreover, it has some form of water resistance as well with rubber gasket seal so a little rain will not hurt. The remote makes your ride so much controllable and convenient. Check out Liftboard’s single motor electronic skateboard as an alternative.
13. Dynacraft Surge
This one is the editors choice for kids and teenagers because of its weight and speed. It comes with a remote to control your ride and is available in two colors green and black. With 145 pounds weight limit, it is only better for kids to ride as anyone with more weight will have a slower ride and may even damage the board. The speed is 6 miles/hour which is acceptable for kids because it is not safe for them to ride at a high speed. It is a good alternative for hover board.
14. Yuneec E-Go
This board is designed in California and really carries the spirit of the place in terms of its light weight (almost 14 pounds). It is definitely going to be a performer and last long because it has a brushless motor. This one from Yuneec has an 18 miles long maximum range as well which is decent enough for a normal commute to work or class. With regenerative braking and small handheld wireless remote, controlling this board is a breeze. Another great thing is that it can stand a lot of weight so anyone can ride it.
15. BY2 Remote Control 4 Wheels
This one is jam packed with power thanks to its dual battery with 1000 watts each and double motors. The lithium battery is from LG so you have the certainty of having a certified branded battery that is going to last long. Since it is a powerful board that is focused on high performance, it is good for adults only i.e. 18 or above. Nevertheless, the speed and power is adjustable to your own liking with just a remote control. There is also a rear fender brake for any emergency brake situations. This one offers a lot of value for its price range.
16. GT Powerboard Off-Road
This board really lives up to its name and gives a power filled ride. With its big wheels you can ride over multiple kinds of terrains like street, grass, sand or concrete. Built with European made components, this board goes 23 miles/hour in a matter of seconds. The deck is quite big with 45 inches length and 11 inches width but it is dropped towards the ground so as to provide a more stable ride. Despite all these fantastic qualities, the range is pretty normal with 15 miles on full battery charge. This is more towards the expensive end but does deliver quality.
17. Munkyboards SK-500BL 500W
Can a boosted skateboard list be complete without a little funk? Definitely not, so here is something that is bound to be loved by those who live for funky stuff. It has a really nice design on the deck and the whole setup looks fun and easy to ride. It gives very good speed of 22 miles/hour so you can say it is the Ferrari of electric skateboards you can buy. The board is bigger than your average boards but the ride is still smooth and controllable. Since it goes quite fast, safety is a must.
18. AT (All Terrain) Aluminum
AT Aluminum board is another powerful board that takes up speed in seconds, 24 miles per hour to be exact. It offers extra powerful braking which is necessary for boards that speed up quickly. The aluminum board is very high quality and kept lightweight to provide a smooth ride no matter how heavy the person is. This should work on any kind of smooth and rough terrain, down the hills or on inclines. Every component meets industry standard and bring you the best of the best.
19. Dakott 1200
With 1200 watts power, 20 miles per hour speed and 20 miles maximum range, this board can be called the dream board of electric skateboarding. It does take a little longer to charge to achieve this power performance (2 hours). Besides battery life and motor, the other basic parts of this board are also high quality such as 7 ply Canadian maple deck and aluminum trucks. It is super light weighing only 11 pounds so controlling it and carrying it, if need be, should not be a problem. It is a little expensive but definitely good value for money.
20. MotoTec 1600W Dirt
This board has the essence of classic skateboarding with a twist of extreme sports strength, a must have if you care about quality and looks. The maximum range of 22 miles is pretty decent depending on the 1200 watts power. It does depend on the person’s weight so do not expect exact 22 miles. The speed is 19 miles/hour which is again good for this kind of power. The charging time is quite long as compared with other boards and can take up to 4 hours.
Electric Skateboard Buyers’ Guide
After looking through all of our suggestions, you probably have a few more questions that need to be answered before you choose your electric board. What sizes should you look for? Maybe you want to know was remotes are the best, or what type of battery you should have with your board? Whatever your question is, we’ve made this little buyer’s guide to narrow down your decision and help you choose the right electric skateboard for your situation!
What to Look for When Buying an Electric Skateboard?
When buying an electric skateboard, there’s a lot of things you need to look at other than the appearance. It’s all fun and games to buy a cool looking board, but when it dies out, looks no longer matter. We’ve researched in depth what exactly needs to be looked out for so you don’t end up with buyer’s remorse. Electric skateboards are fun, so we don’t want you to buy the wrong one and regret your decision!
For starters, you need to know what speed and battery life you’re looking for. If you’re just going around the block, battery life doesn’t matter as much as speed. You can settle for a board that has a 25 mile and hour speed limit with only 10 miles per charge, because that’ll do just fine. However, if you’re using it for work, you need to make sure you sacrifice a little bit of speed for battery life so it doesn’t die on the way to or from your destination.
Another thing to look out for is durability. A lot of brands will use cheaper woods so they can increase their profits or make their boards look more appealing and budget-friendly. However, it quickly becomes obvious that being cheap always ends in tragedy when the board rots from water damage after a couple years.
Finally, you want to choose an electric board with a wireless remote that has multiple speed options. Nobody is an expert at the start, so having the ability to take it slow then increase your speed gradually is always very important. You can also use lower speed settings to increase the battery life of your board, which takes you much further than cruising at the top speed.
Before going into all the electrical details, you should know that these are essentially longboards. So the length will mostly be upwards of 36 inches and the width will be wide as well. Their look and feel resembles longboards except that they are run by motors and not you.
Of course the most important thing that makes an electric skateboard electric is its motor. You will find their power in watts. This number should not be the only criteria for choosing an electric skateboard as the performance too is important. However, higher watt power is good especially for those sloppy inclines that need a little more push than flat surfaces. The power varies greatly but most of these products have power within the maximum range of 300 to 2000 Watts.
Skateboards generally use brushed motors but newer boards are using brushless motors. The latter is considered better because of several advantages it has over the other. There is less wear on these motors from use making them long lasting. They are more efficient so a same sized brushless motor would give better performance as compared with its brushed counterpart. Power density is improved as well so a smaller motor can give quite a lot of power. And the best thing is that they are noiseless so nothing disrupts your peaceful rides, if you are that kind of a person.
If you want a long lasting board that has stronger insides, go for the one with a brushless motor. You might have to dig in deeper to find this detail at times.
Single Charge & Dual Drive
The board will either be single drive or boosted dual. Single charge drives are those that power only a single set of wheels just like a two wheel drive vehicle. Dual drives send out power to all four wheels. Obviously, the latter has improved power transfer and the performance tends to be better. You have better grip over brakes and the ride is smoother on inclined surfaces. One thing to note here is that you will only feel the difference between these two kinds of drives on a board with 1000 or more watts of power. Other boards do not show much of a difference.
Electric skateboards on the market use lithium batteries but the quality and durability varies from brand to brand. Certified batteries from known brands tend to be safer and last quite long. The thing to look for in a battery pack is the time it takes for charging. If it takes less time and lasts longer, you know you have a handy board that can be used frequently without long waits. Secondly, you need to see if it is removable as this feature can make things easier for you.
Earlier electric boards used lead acid batteries which were heavier than lithium batteries. Lithium also gives better performance over lead acid based batteries. They also have better and long lasting lifecycle. So naturally skateboard manufacturers moved to lithium so as to have a better performing board that weighs light ensuring that the ride is smooth and well balanced.
One of the deciding measures of an electric board’s performance is it its speed. Some boards can go over 20 miles/hour then there are boosted boards with variable speeds so you have more control. Speaking of control, it is recommended that you get a product that comes with a wireless remote. It is easier and safer to control it with a wireless remote as compared with the wired one which can snag and be very risky.
Electric Longboard Battery Range
Range describes how far they can go on a fully charged battery. This is important because your need will determine what range is best suited for you. At best you will get eight miles max range and that with very high end boards with high power and quality build. Considering you will not be using the motor skateboard to travel too far, this max range or something slightly lesser should be good enough.
Again, battery life can affect the range as well. If the battery charges quickly then you are looking at an even bigger range. You can quickly charge it and cover more distance should you need to. Such boards will charge full in about an hour. So choose the board according to your need and compare the charging times and range both for different boards so that you find the one with the maximized potential.
The braking system in these boards is called the regenerative braking. This kind of system converts motion into power. This eventually helps improve the range as it does not waste it as heat rather recycles it back. This is why electric skateboards are loved so much and their performance is so great.
You can also find reverse drive on some boosted boards which should not be a consideration for buying a board because it is not directly related with performance, just an additional ability that may be useful at times.
All those numbers about power, speed and range are important but there is another number that is crucial for your skateboard riding experience to be good and that is weight. However, you will not find any heavy boards in the market as despite being a longboard, electric skateboards tend to be very lightweight. Most boards do not weigh more than 17 pounds.
To each his own: what may be light for someone may not be so light for somebody else. Therefore, make sure that you buy a board that is comfortable for you in terms of carrying. Why is that important? Should your batteries run out, you may need to kick it yourself or carry it in your arms. In such a case it would not be so great to lift a board that is heavy for you.
Other things to consider
Electric skateboards are skateboards at the end of the day so the basic board stuff like the deck and wheels should also be a consideration. Most boosted boards are made from Canadian maple ply, carbon fiber or plastic. Some even use more than one material in their construction in order to achieve strength and light weight.
The wheels of course need no introduction as you know they are in touch with the ground and basically take all the beating. Make sure the wheels are strong but smooth so that you can ride on different kinds of smooth and rough terrains seamlessly and the surface does not take a toll on your battery pack and motor, after all everything comes together to achieve the best possible performance.
If you are just starting out, it may be wise to first look at a traditional skateboard specifically designed for a beginner before you delve into the world of electric skateboards and longboards.
Pricing & Brands
Electric Skateboards are downright pricy so it becomes even more necessary to get your hands on something that is top quality, durable and efficient. The cheap ones start at $100 and the high end ones can go well above a grand. Price tags depend on brands as well and the famous brands with quality certified parts tend to be quite costly. Of course when you are paying so much money you want good value, so ensure that you read reviews about the product and compare them to performance evaluating measures as described here (power, range, speed, quality of board etc.).
When you are buying something so expensive it is advised to look into the brand and manufacturer as well. Parts of the expensive board can break at one point so find out if the parts are easily available and how good is their customer support. These little things matter and can ensure a long lasting product that makes you happy about purchasing it. Some names will speak for themselves because they are known in the world of skateboarding. For others you should read reviews and visit their own website and read what they have to say. Find out about warranty of the product too.
These products tend to be simpler as compared with regular skateboards like longboards, penny boards or cruisers. Electric skateboards are essentially long boards so they have they carry their simplicity. You will mostly find solid and wooden surfaces which is fine because with electronic stuff it is their performance that makes a difference not their look. That being said these boards are no less stylish, many of them are downright attention grabbers with their colorful wheels and cutting edge designs.
Frequently Asked Questions
How old should I be to use an electric skateboard?
First off, electric skateboards on the market today are very easy to operate and weigh decently low. However, they are essentially longboards and longboards are not suitable for kids. Also, it can be difficult for a child to control the speed and brake in time. Under adult supervision, may be a child can play a little but otherwise it can be risky. Kids under 14 years of age should not be using electric boards as such. Late teenagers and adults of course are the main customers of these boards.
How long will my electric board last?
Generally speaking, these boards last quite long but of course there is always a chance of a part getting loose or dying. In such a case, all you will have to do is replace the part and your board will be as good as new. In most cases your motor will wear out, provided you use it too frequently. A brushless motor, like described above, has a better chance of surviving all this wear.
Like regular skateboards, you might have to replace the wheels after some time, possibly a year or two. If you are a regular, you would know changing wheels is no biggie so long as you can find proper wheels to replace with.
The life of your board depends on how you use it and maintain it. It would not be good to take it out in water because that can ruin a regular skateboard let alone an electric one. If you keep it nice and clean and maintain the parts as well, the board will surely last longer than you even expected.
Can I do tricks on an electric skateboard?
The most straightforward answer to that is no you cannot and even if you can you should not. Electric skateboards are designed for a great riding experience and they are optimized for this function. Doing tricks may not harm the board right away but in the long run it will damage its structure and possibly the motor and battery too.
Remember, longboards are not exactly great for doing tricks. It is usually shortboards that are used by pro skateboarders for performing tricks. So you should not be using these boosted bboards for ramp or vert tricks as it is just not safe.
These boards are nonetheless sturdy and can withstand bumps easily. Do not think that you have to save them from bumps and debris on the sidewalks or streets. These things are naturally part of a ride and they are designed to tackle them. In fact, you can even take them up and down hills as well which goes to show how powerful, useful and fun they can really be.
Electric Skateboards are longboards that run on motors and can be controlled with a remote. They are pricey but very useful for daily commutes. Ultimately you want to focus on performance and quality while trying to stay in your budget. If cost is not a deciding factor, then any board from a reputable brand should be good enough. The basic things to check in getting this kind of a product is its battery power, motors and overall construction.
These are not great for doing tricks so use them for riding purposes only. If you will take care of it and use responsibly, it will definitely have a longer life and possible pay for itself by saving you commuting costs, not to mention all that fun to ride.
If you are looking for more healthy, economic ways to commute – we reccommened also looking into electric scooters exclusively for adults.
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