Fastest Electric Skateboard: Speedy Motorized Longboards [2019]

This post was last updated on: September 1, 2019

The world around us is going faster with each passing day. In order to keep to the pace we need to raise the game. In everyday life that means moving faster and passing greater distances. That brings us to our favorite topic – electric skateboards.

Over the last couple of years, these small feats of engineering have undergone the transformation from the expensive gadgets that have mostly been considered a novelty to serious commuters able of flying at some pretty sweet speeds.

Even better, if you want to buy one, you don't even to spend too much money. Quality and nimble units can be found even in the higher-mid range price segments. So, fasten your seatbelts, because we will take a look at some of the most popular high-speed units and try to find out which is the fastest electric skateboard currently sitting on the market.

Product
Details
Rating
Our #1 Rated
Evolve Carbon Best Electric Skateboard
Evolve
Carbon GT
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5 out of 5
"Editor's Choice"
  • RANGE - Up to 31 miles on the street version. Up to 18.5 miles on the all terrain version. Varies depending on rider weight,...
  • TOP SPEED - Approximately 22-26 mph on the street version. Approximately 22-25 mph on the all terrain version. This may vary...
  • HILLS - Up to 25 percent gradient in GT mode.
Our #1 Rated
.
5 out of 5
"Editor's Choice"
Our Budget Pick
Evolve Bamboo Fastest Electric Skateboard
Meepo
V2
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4.5 out of 5
"Our Budget Pick"
  • 800W DUAL MOTORS: This V2 Electrical skateboard features the latest version of the Meepo ESC( Electronic Speed Controller ),...
  • MEEPO ESC: MEEPO uses the most popular ESC in the electric skateboard industry and has proven to be more than 300,000 MEEPO...
  • Maximum speed: 29 mph Even at high speeds, it maintains sufficient stability and balance to ensure safety and a good riding...
Our Budget Pick
.
4.5 out of 5
"Our Budget Pick"
Our Runner Up
Top Budget Board for 2019
Airwheel M3
E-Skateboard
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4 out of 5
"Runner Up"
  • 800W DUAL MOTORS: This V2 Electrical skateboard features the latest version of the Meepo ESC( Electronic Speed Controller ),...
  • MEEPO ESC: MEEPO uses the most popular ESC in the electric skateboard industry and has proven to be more than 300,000 MEEPO...
  • Maximum speed: 29 mph Even at high speeds, it maintains sufficient stability and balance to ensure safety and a good riding...
Our Runner Up
.
4.5 out of 5
"Runner Up"

These were the entries we’ve had no problem recommending to our friends and family. And now, let’s dive deeper into the topic.

Important considerations

Of course, like always, we’ll take some time to consider what actually makes a good high-speed electric skateboard. Such kind of classification is pretty broad, so we’ll have a pretty interesting discussion. So, without further ado, let’s jump to the important considerations you’ll need to make when making a purchase.

Speed

Obviously, when buying a fast unit you’ll want to squeeze as much speed out of it as possible. Still, you have to ask yourself just how much of it do you need on a regular basis. Regular cross-town commuting will not require more than 40-50 kilometers per hour.

Paying above this speed won't make too much sense, especially taking into consideration most of the local traffic regulations won't allow you to use these speeds to the fullest extent.

So, save money for big purchases only if you want to participate in competitive racing.

Battery capacity/Range

Of course, being able to ride at great speeds would mean very little if you weren’t able to cover great distances. This is the point where battery capacity and range kick into the story.

Essentially, these two features are concerned with the same thing – how much juice you have on disposal.

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Out of them, the range is much more comprehensible and easier to understand because it describes the unit’s capacity in the number of kilometers it can pass in a single charge rather than using the much more abstract number of ampere-hours that are used to describe the battery’s sheer power.

Motor power and type

Motor power has a very strong impact on battery life. The more powerful the motor is, the faster you are going to drain the battery. Much like when we talked about the speed, you have to ask yourself just how much power you need to use the skateboard in the most optimal manner.

If you are not living in a hilly area where you’ll be forced to climb steep slopes, you will be able to get away with dual 480W hub motors.

However, this only counts if you are a lighter rider. If you want to pass greater distances, load the board with reasonable weight, climb small inclines and still retain a decent speed you'll need to go way more powerful.

As for the type, skateboard motors can be divided into two larger groups:

  • Hub motors – More affordable and easier to maintain, hub motors are built directly into the wheels so they produce less torque.
  • Belt drives – Noisier, more mechanically complex and more expensive than hub motors belt drives produce more torque which also makes them more energy-efficient.

The deck

Given the fact that you plan to fly at some pretty high speeds, it is in your best interest to buy the unit that will provide the optimal stability. The stability, in turn, is determined by a couple of key deck features:

  • Length – Achieving high speed almost always implies that you’ll need to use a longboard. The longer the deck is, the more stable the skateboard will perform.
  • Wheelbase – The term wheelbase describes the length between a parallel pair of wheels. As you would expect wider wheelbases results in better weight distribution, similar to what you'd find in a stunt scooter.
  • Flexibility – Essentially, flexibility is the deck's ability to absorb shocks and, unfortunately, has a negative impact on the unit's stability. If you plan on racing down the hill on the board, you will need a stiffer deck. Casual commuters will find the most luck somewhere in between.

Materials and build quality

This consideration deals with the quality of the skateboard parts and how well they are put together. Since you are going to push the unit to its speed limits, it is in your best interest to spare no money in this area.

A solid, high-performing combination should include durable deck core made out of maple, soft bamboo overlay, shock absorption systems, and durable polyurethane wheels.

In higher price ranges we can expect to see carbon as a replacement to maple. As a material, carbon is far lighter than the wood but doesn’t feature the same durability.

Special features

By special features, we could round up all the small details that are built into the board or added to the package to improve the rider’s experience. Some of the things you should look out for when buying a high-speed skateboard are:

  • Grip tape – A sandpaper-like top overlay that helps to keep the riders’ feet in place.
  • Speed settings – High-speed skateboards need to have extensive settings that will allow the owner efficient power management and the ability to shift the gears according to current needs and terrain type.
  • Shock absorption – Shock absorption is usually implemented through the system of under-deck springs that operate on the same logic as the systems we can find in cars.

Safety equipment

The final thing before we proceed to the actual products – The mentions we are going to cover are capable of flying at some pretty high speeds. Riding them without any kind of safety equipment would be irresponsible.

So, we’ll use this space to recommend Flybar Dual Certified CPSC Helmet. It’s sleek, features a strong and durable shell, has an adjustable spin dial and comes in a variety of cool colors (the matte black looks dope).

What’s most important, the helmet earns CPSC & ASTM certification which means it will be able to keep you safe even if you fly off the board to a rough landing.


Special features

By special features, we could round up all the small details that are built into the board or added to the package to improve the rider’s experience. Some of the things you should look out for when buying a high-speed skateboard are:

  • Grip tape – A sandpaper-like top overlay that helps to keep the riders’ feet in place.

  • Speed settings – High-speed skateboards need to have extensive settings that will allow the owner efficient power management and the ability to shift the gears according to current needs and terrain type.

  • Shock absorption – Shock absorption is usually implemented through the system of under-deck springs that operate on the same logic as the systems we can find in cars.

Safety equipment

The final thing before we proceed to the actual products – The mentions we are going to cover are capable of flying at some pretty high speeds. Riding them without any kind of safety equipment would be irresponsible.

So, we’ll use this space to recommend Flybar Dual Certified CPSC Helmet. It’s sleek, features a strong and durable shell, has an adjustable spin dial and comes in a variety of cool colors (the matte black looks dope).

What’s most important, the helmet earns CPSC & ASTM certification which means it will be able to keep you safe even if you fly off the board to a rough landing.

The 5 Fastest Electric Skateboards On The Market 

1. Evolve – Carbon GT Electric Skateboard

Evolve Carbon Fast Electric Skateboard

Editor's Choice, The best Electric Skateboard for 2019

The fact that Evolve Skateboards manage to score the first two places on our roundup speaks volumes about the quality of the products the manufacturer is currently pushing to the market.

The fact that this second entry shares a lot of specs with the winner of the roundup illustrates just how good this core concept is.

So, we can look at Bamboo GTX as a more streamlined version of Carbon GT – a skateboard that is built exclusively for street use. That should not be looked as a drawback, the product has a clear purpose and does its job more than well. We're just die-hard fans of Carbon GT's versatility.

Be it as it may, Bamboo GTX is yet another excellent longboard, this time built around high-quality bamboo deck. Keep in mind, though, bamboo is a material inherently more flexible than carbon fiber and even maple.

That is why Bamboo GTX takes a slight dip in the level of control compared to Carbon GT. Still, the length of the deck and the substantial wheelbase will allow you to maintain a high level of control even when you're breezing at higher speeds.

Another thing that should improve your riding experience is the reliable grip tape we can find at the top of the unit. This setup works extraordinarily well if you are riding over bumpy surfaces.

The whole unit once again features a slim and streamlined design and once again the battery is carefully hidden under the deck without compromising the overall appearance of the product. The high-quality polyurethane wheels are propelled by the powerful dual belt drives that do an excellent job at optimizing the power management while producing a lot of torque.

The core specs are roughly on par with the ones we’ve seen with Carbon GT, but we truly don’t mind if Evolve Skateboards recycled some of their ideas as long as they are put into existence with as much dedication as we can see here.

So, in the end we can conclude that Bamboo GTX does a great job following the Carbon GT's illustrious footsteps. It is simply aimed at a different audience – street riders who need high speed and a lot of flex. This increased flexibility takes a slight toll on the unit's stability but there are more than enough contingencies set in place to compensate for this slight issue.

Overall, an excellent choice for street cruising and cross-city commuting

Specifications

We already mentioned that Bamboo GTX takes some cues from Carbon GT series. This comes especially true with some of the core specs like speed and range. Namely, the board is able to achieve a range of 50 kilometers and reach the speed of 46km/h (in ideal conditions of course). There was really nothing wrong with these numbers so there was no room for real improvement.

Also, the skateboard is able to climbing the inclines of 25 degrees which is always good to hear if you're living in a hilly area. Max load is on par with the previous entry so the board can carry up to 100 kilograms of weight.

Unfortunately, some problems are carried over as well – charging the battery from 0 to 100% will take you about 4 to 5 hours.

Features

Although slightly less feature-rich than Carbon GT, the package still retains a solid controller with four-speed settings that will allow you to adjust the riding to any circumstance you may face while on the road.

If you want a spare set of all-terrain wheels you can opt for the bundle which asks you to pay approximately $200 more which is still a very worthwhile purchase.

 Electric Skateboard
 Electric Skateboard

PROS

  • Excellent speed and range
  • Great choice of materials
  • Feature-rich package
  • Two sets of wheels
  • Excellent craftsmanship

CONS

  • Changing the wheels takes some time

2. ​Evolve Skateboards – Bamboo GTX Series Electric Skateboard

Evolve Bamboo Boosted Electric Skateboard

Best Budget Pick, Great value for money!

The fact that Evolve Skateboards manage to score the first two places on our roundup speaks volumes about the quality of the products the manufacturer is currently pushing to the market.

The fact that this second entry shares a lot of specs with the winner of the roundup illustrates just how good this core concept is.

So, we can look at Bamboo GTX as a more streamlined version of Carbon GT – a skateboard that is built exclusively for street use. That should not be looked as a drawback, the product has a clear purpose and does its job more than well. We're just die-hard fans of Carbon GT's versatility.

Be it as it may, Bamboo GTX is yet another excellent longboard, this time built around high-quality bamboo deck. Keep in mind, though, bamboo is a material inherently more flexible than carbon fiber and even maple. 

That is why Bamboo GTX takes a slight dip in the level of control compared to Carbon GT. Still, the length of the deck and the substantial wheelbase will allow you to maintain a high level of control even when you're breezing at higher speeds.

Another thing that should improve your riding experience is the reliable grip tape we can find at the top of the unit. This setup works extraordinarily well if you are riding over bumpy surfaces.

The whole unit once again features a slim and streamlined design and once again the battery is carefully hidden under the deck without compromising the overall appearance of the product.

The high-quality polyurethane wheels are propelled by the powerful dual belt drives that do an excellent job at optimizing the power management while producing a lot of torque.

The core specs are roughly on par with the ones we’ve seen with Carbon GT, but we truly don’t mind if Evolve Skateboards recycled some of their ideas as long as they are put into existence with as much dedication as we can see here.

So, in the end we can conclude that Bamboo GTX does a great job following the Carbon GT's illustrious footsteps. It is simply aimed at a different audience – street riders who need high speed and a lot of flex. This increased flexibility takes a slight toll on the unit's stability but there are more than enough contingencies set in place to compensate for this slight issue.

Overall, an excellent choice for street cruising and cross-city commuting.

Specifications

We already mentioned that Bamboo GTX takes some cues from Carbon GT series. This comes especially true with some of the core specs like speed and range. Namely, the board is able to achieve a range of 50 kilometers and reach the speed of 46km/h (in ideal conditions of course). There was really nothing wrong with these numbers so there was no room for real improvement.

Also, the skateboard is able to climbing the inclines of 25 degrees which is always good to hear if you're living in a hilly area. Max load is on par with the previous entry so the board can carry up to 100 kilograms of weight.

Unfortunately, some problems are carried over as well – charging the battery from 0 to 100% will take you about 4 to 5 hours.

Features

Although slightly less feature-rich than Carbon GT, the package still retains a solid controller with four-speed settings that will allow you to adjust the riding to any circumstance you may face while on the road.

If you want a spare set of all-terrain wheels for going off-road you can opt for the bundle which asks you to pay approximately $200 more which is still a very worthwhile purchase.

PROS

  • ​Excellent speed and range
  • Slim design
  • Powerful belt motors
  • ​Stable performance
  • An option to upgrade the board with all-terrain wheels

CONS

  • Too much flexibility for some riders
  • Long charging times

Meepo V2 Best Speed E-Boards

The cheapest Electric Skateboard that still performs quite well

Meepo is a manufacturer that is not nearly as renowned as Evolve Skateboards so comparing their products head to head doesn’t make too much sense. ES aims much higher than Meepo. But, by doing so, they are leaving a huge blind spot in the mid-range market segment.

And by knowing just which corners it needs to cut to fill this void Meepo created a product that had no problem talking the title of our budget pick. Seriously, this handsome longboard packs incredibly amount of value compared to more than a reasonable amount of money you are asked to pay for it.

Let’s start with the build materials and quality. The deck is made out of high-quality black maple and features slightly concave design. 

This combination of stiff deck and curved design produces a great level of control and high stability but it's not necessarily the best when it comes to shock absorption. Still, this is a matter of preference and rigid boards have an army of loyal followers, so no complaints here.

The grip tape we can find on the top of the deck works like a charm, and trucks and the wheels are more than serviceable.

airwheel electric skateboard for less than 500

When it comes to the specs, the story is not that ideal. Of course, considering the price of the skateboard some compromises needed to be made. This time we are talking about the range which feels very limiting. However, as long as the craftsmanship is intact, we are ready to turn a blind eye.

What’s good to hear is that the speed is rather high (especially for this price range) and the unit handles acceleration, braking and turning extremely well.

As a matter of fact, intuitive regenerative braking is above everything we’ve seen in this league.

So, what we’re left with at the end is the skateboard that’s not without its flaws but knows what tradeoffs need to be made to keep the core performance intact. Regular commuters may want to skip this one, but casual riders will find a lot to enjoy here.

Specifications

So, as we already covered, the Meepo V2 is pretty fast? How fast, you might ask? Well, we say that 47km/h is fast enough. Dual 800W brushless motors are also capable of carrying solid weights – you will be able to mount 113 kilograms of weight and climbs the inclines up to 30 degrees (of course, not at the same time).

The necessary compromise that needed to bite the bullet to make all this work comes in the form of a range, which is this time locked to 17 kilometers. We have seen much better results even at lower price points. Still, the compact Samsung battery doesn't add that much to the bulk of the board so the total weight amounts to solid 7 kilograms.

Features

Unfortunately, as good as its specs may be, the Meepo V2 is lacking in advanced features. Still, you have the option to choose between different speed settings, some of which suited for the young riders. That should be more than enough at this price range.

PROS

  • ​Excellent price/value ratio
  • A stiff and reliable deck
  • The board is very fast and snappy
  • Stable acceleration and braking
  • Solid load-bearing ability

CONS

  • The range feels quite restrictive
  • The remote is a bit dicey

Koowheel Electric-skateboard similar to boosted 2 dual+

"Cool design"

Koowheel D3M G2 is a skateboard that should’ve been ranked higher of this list – some of its specs and features are pretty good and putting it on the fourth place feels horribly dismissive.

But the board is nowhere near as good as the products coming from Evolve Skateboards or as cheap as Meepo 1.51. Also, it stumbles in more than one place along the way, so there’s really no way to push it higher.

Let’s start from the beginning – Koowheel D3M G2 is a very handsome board that features pretty stiff and slightly concave seven-layered maple deck that features enough flexibility to allow comfortable riding without compromising the level of control. On its top, we can find a full-deck grip tape that keeps the driver's feet firmly in place.

It is also good to see that deck features a built-in LED indication which gives the rider quick feedback about the battery's current status. Still, the light is weirdly placed below the back feet which means you'll still have to take your eyes off the road and do a bit of flexing to take a look at it.

The skateboard is run by dual brushless hub motors that lend the rider enough power to fly at some pretty satisfying speeds, in a pretty satisfying range and climb some more than satisfying slopes so we can say that the core specs are more than balanced. Throw into the equation stable performance and removable (and replaceable battery) and you might start wondering, what's exactly wrong with this product.

Well, the craftsmanship is simply not that good. This comes especially true in the case of wheels that, according to customer reports, become wobbly after just a couple of weeks of use. Also, although the manufacturer advertises the unit, one unintentional puddle and the unit will start malfunctioning.

Although these problems can be solved with a warranty, at this price point, you shouldn't have to bother with such chores.

Specifications

When it comes to the specs, Koowheel D3M G2 feels pretty balanced – a couple of numbers are definitely praiseworthy and nothing falls below the average. The unit is capable of reaching the speed of 40km/h, covering the pretty good range of 32 kilometers in a single charge and climbing the inclines of 25 degrees.

All this power comes packed in a reasonably light body that weighs no more than 7 kilograms but can carry up to 130 kilograms of weight.

Charging times are also solid going 100% won’t take you more than 2 hours.

Features

As we already covered, D3M G2 features a pretty neat albeit somewhat misplaced LED light that displays the current battery status.

You also get the replaceable battery that can extend the already solid range and pretty good remote that allows you a couple of different speed settings and an option to in reverse.

PROS

  • The deck allows good control over the board
  • Balanced core specs
  • The skateboard handles pretty well
  • Fast charging time

CONS

  • Compromised build quality
  • The wheels could be far better
  • The LED indicator is useful but misplaced

Now here is another product that could‘ve ended up far higher on some other list. When it comes to electric skateboards, no name is more prominent  (other than Boosted's Mini series perhaps) than TeamGee.

But, we are covering fastest skateboards here and keeping this important consideration in mind, Teamgee H9 lags behind the competition.

Not too far behind, though. So, even though we are not talking about the board that will win you a lot of races, let’s see how well it stands on its own.

Well, let’s start with the design – we find it a bit off-putting. Sure, the deck is sufficiently long and features only the slight concave that is there to improve the rider’s stability, but we could live with colors that have a broader appeal.

Still, the quality of the deck is very solid – it's made out of ten-layered Canadian maple, reinforced with one layer of fiberglass and covered with durable and reliable grip tape. 

The battery under the deck is not very obtrusive, so the overall visual impression is very slim and streamlined. Unfortunately, the battery is not replaceable, but that’s the compromise we can live with.

Polyurethane wheels and trucks are not bad, but not terribly exciting either. Fortunately, back wheels are replaceable, so you’ll be able to swap them for a new par if they get damaged.

As for the specs, this is the point where the things start to take a slight dive. They are not necessarily bad – definitely on par with the rest of the entry-level / mid-range price segment. However, they do nothing to elevate the product among such serious competitors.

Finally, the overall performance is pretty satisfying. Talking turns may require a bit of clearance, but you won’t experience any hiccups while accelerating or making sudden brakes which is far more important.

So, to summarize things, Teamgee H9 is not necessarily a bad skateboard. We’ve just already covered the models that offer either better quality or stronger core specs. Throw into the equation underwhelming design and serviceable, but still pretty average craftsmanship and you’ll get very little to get excited about.

Still, H9 makes a very solid foundation for all the future Teamgee’s efforts, so we can’t wait to see the next iteration of the series.

Specifications

If you’ve, by now, got the impression that H9 is a pretty average product, you’re not too far off the mark. Just take a look at the specs. The speed of 37km/h is pretty strong, but not amongst the best, the range of 17 kilometers can compete only with much faster Meepo 1.51, and even the ability to climb the inclines up to 20 degrees does little to give the board a clear selling point.

On the brighter side, the skateboard’s motors are very powerful and can carry the substantial weight of 130 kilograms while charging the battery from 0 to 100% takes no more than two hours.

Features

Unfortunately, the special features of H9 are very in tune with the rest of its specs. There are some nice options here – you have the opportunity to go in reverse and easily switch to cruise mode with only one button. On the other hand, the remote allows you to choose between only two speed settings which leaves a very poor impression.

PROS

  • A very solid deck
  • Balanced features
  • Comfortable handling
  • Replaceable wheels

CONS

  • Average specs
  • Divisive design
  • The craftsmanship could be better
  • Only two speed options

WowGo 2S is yet another skateboard that was featured on our previous roundups (mid-range skateboards under $500), and there it was placed right at the middle of the list. However, this time, we expanded the price range, so 2S had to take some beating as a result.

Also, the extended period in which we had the opportunity to use the board allowed us more time to get fresh insights so this review may feel a bit harsher than the previous one.

Let’s start with the positives. The flexible bamboo-based construction still feels fun and comfortable to use. Although the level of control suffers a bit as a result, the manufacturer has set enough contingencies in place to make the riding experience safe and smooth.

One of them is the smart braking system that eases out the slowing instead of abruptly bringing the board to a halt. The second is a quality grip tape that will ensure you retain the high level of control by preventing you from slipping.

The core specs are also very decent for this price point – 2S brings the same set of goods like H9 but at a much lower price. As a matter of fact, some specs are even improved – the unit is climbing steeper slopes.

Unfortunately, there are some drawbacks as well. We still think the way the unit handles acceleration (not very subtle) still heavily compromises the riding experience, at least for the more inexperienced riders.

Furthermore, build quality and the strength of the used materials ended up less impressive than we initially thought. Especially the deck which took a lot more beating than we hoped for.

Still, if you are able to turn a blind eye to this overall sloppiness and put your trust into warranty to give you enough time to discover all the small quirks of the board, you’ll find a product that offers decent specs, above the average flexibility and appealing design – all that at a pretty affordable price.

Specifications

WowGo 2S scores some pretty decent specs, especially for its price range. Much like Teamgee’s H9, the board can breeze at the speed of 38.5km/h, cover a solid, but still limited range of 18.5 kilometers, and climb the impressive slopes that go up to 30 degrees - this time, with a $100 discount.

You also get a pretty amazing 127 kilograms of max load and the manageable board weight of 7.6 kilograms.

Unfortunately, most of these small engineering feats are undermined somewhere else.

Features

Although not particularly feature-rich, 2S offers some nice additions. This time, you get the regenerative braking system, three-speed preferences to choose from and a pretty nice remote that features always useful LED screen.

PROS

  • Balanced specs
  • Solid handling
  • Slim design
  • Regenerative braking

CONS

  • ​The deck quality could be far better
  • Acceleration is too abrupt
  • Too flexible for some of the users
  • Long charging times

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a driver’s license to ride an electric skateboard?

No, not really, but if you want to take active participation in the traffic (to use your skateboard on the road), you will need to abide by local speed limitations. Hera a couple of mentions that should give you a clearer picture of just how fast you can go:

  • California – 24km/h (15mph)
  • Australia – You can’t use electric skateboard for commuting in streets with speed limitation that exceeds 50km/h.
  • Singapore – 15km/h on footpaths and 25km/h on cycle paths.
  • Germany – 20km/h.

Are kids allowed to ride high-speed electric skateboards?

Yes, but it is not recommended to allow them to do so if they don’t have previous riding experience. So, if you want to introduce your children to the world of skateboard start with dedicated or regular units.

What to do different speed settings on electric skateboards mean? 

It really depends on the manufacturer but here are some general guidelines:

  • Slow – Limited speed and 20% of the battery
  • Eco – Limited speed and 40% of the battery
  • Fast – Full speed and 60% of the battery
  • GT – No imposed limitations

Can I carry my electric skateboard to vacation? 

Sure, as long as you are not talking plane. Most of the airline companies permit the transportation of electrical devices with batteries that have over 160 watt-hours as a part of the baggage.

How curved decks affect the performance of electric skateboards? 

Basically, curved decks can be divided into two large groups:

  • Rocker (lowered) – Rocker decks feature a lower center of gravity. They are more stable and comfortable to stand on.
  • Camber (raised) – Camber decks provide additional flex so they do a much better job at shock absorption.

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Ruaan Nelson

Ruaan is an electrical engineer born in South Africa and currently working in Oslo, Norway. He loves tech and gadgets and owns an electric car (Tesla) as well a front-wheel-drive electric bike. He rides his bike all year, even through snow and ice covered roads in the cold winter.
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