Mercane, 머케인. JayKay hides electric motor and batteries inside longboard trucks. Electric skateboard has no use for four wheels. While they're certainly not common, we have seen two-wheeled skateboards before.
So, what does a company do if it wants its two-wheeler to stand out? Well, it could always add an electric motor, which is just what China's Yiimix has done with the Yiiboard. First of all, you may wonder what the point behind a two-wheeled skateboard is – besides just looking weird, and requiring a steeper learning curve in order to ride it. Eon by UNLIMITED - Plug & Play Electric Skateboard by Unlimited. 10 Best Electric Skateboards - 2015 Reviews & Ratings. The 10 electric skateboards featured above are among the best you can buy online.
However, it’s important that you read all the reviews before you do. If you’d like more information about each model please keep reading below. And if you’d like to try something completely different, have a look at our self balancing scooter and hoverboard reviews as well. 1. Boosted Dual+ 2000W Review: 4.9/5 based on 85 reviews. Exorider // Black - Exorider. Exorider New York. Funky INU electric scooter auto-folds in under 5 seconds. Away from the bright lights and cherry reds of the main Frankfurt Motor Show attractions, in a secondary hall filled with startup companies and electric bicycles, a smaller vehicle design caught our eye as quickly and fully as the all-new shape-shifting Mercedes-Benz Concept IAA.
It's the INU folding scooter, and it looks a little like some type of wheeled insect. Step inside those wings and you'll find a sleek electric commuter with a smartphone-controlled folding system and other high-tech features. Israeli startup Green Ride revealed the INU scooter at this year's Consumer Electronics Show and are working to get it to market next year. Its name means dog in Japanese, and it's designed to be a loyal best friend in the city, getting you off your feet and rolling you to any destination within 25 miles (40 km). Cocoa motors.Inc｜WalkCar(ウォーカー)｜持ち運べるクルマ. Custom Motorcycles, Surfboards, Clothing and AccessoriesDeus Ex Machina. Boosted Boards skateboard claimed to be world's lightest electric vehicle. San Francisco-based startup Boosted Boards has produced an eponymous electric skateboard prototype capable of providing a push-free ride for up to 6 miles.
While an electric skateboard isn't anything new in itself, this particular longboard is declared by its makers to be the world's lightest electric vehicle. View all Boosted Boards markets the longboard as a “last mile” mode of transport; that is, a vehicle intended to complement existing public transportation infrastructure for the final leg of the journey home. The board consists of components which will be familiar to skaters and which sound suitably impressive to the rest of us: Loaded Vanguard, Bear Grizzly 852s, Otang 80A In Heats, and Jehu bearings. Weight is kept down to a transportable 12 – 15 lb (5.5 – 6.8 kg). The Monolith: World's First Skateboard with In-wheel Motors by Inboard Sports.
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Introducing the world's first and only Smartscooter™ ZBoard reveals new, improved electric skateboard. When it was announced, the ZBoard was claimed to be the first weight-sensing electric skateboard.
Riders lean forward on it to accelerate and back to brake. Now, a new version of the board has been announced. The ZBoard 2 is said to be lighter, faster, more powerful and have a longer range. View all As with the original ZBoard, of which there were Classic and Pro versions, there are two versions of the ZBoard 2. Both are powered by a new 500 W brushless motor and have a top speed of 20 mph (32 km/h). Much of the weight reduction and increased range is down to using smaller lithium batteries. The Walking Bicycle strolls along at 15 mph. The Walking Bicycle, which combines walking and cycling into one activity, is available in a range of colors Image Gallery (7 images) If you enjoy the simple pleasure of walking but wish it got you from A to B as quickly as cycling then the Walking Bicycle may be your dream machine.
Trikelet. Trikelet claims title of world's smallest foldable electric vehicle. Over the past few years we’ve seen no shortage of new electric scooter designs, and prominent among them are those that fold-up to become the ideal urban commuting weapon.
Dutch-based Trikelet BV is looking to add to this list with a 3-wheeler billed as the "most compact, foldable electric vehicle in the world. " According to the designers, current prototypes of the Trikelet use a 500-700 W motor to achieve a range of roughly 15 km (9.3 mi), a top speed of 20 km/h (12 mph) and reportedly consume 1 kWh of electricity per 70 km (43.5 mi) under full load. The scooter weighs in at around 26 lb (12 kg) and when unfolded it sports a very small footprint of 31 x11 in (800 x 290 mm), but real party trick is the clever folding mechanism. Kickstart releases its Zümaround electric-assist stand-up scooter. Kickstart Scooters has unveiled a new electric kick scooter that it calls the Zümaround.
The scooter is designed to give riders a full electric boost when muscling up difficult terrain. Its large pneumatic tires will roll you to speeds of up to 20 mph (32 km/h) Video review: Evolve electric skateboard. While skateboarding is most popular with teenage males, improvements in compact electric motors and batteries has seen the emergence of electric skateboards that appeal to a much wider demographic, including those of us that are literally a wider demographic than we were in our teenage years.
Battling it out with the likes of the Fiik, the ZBoard and Boosted Boards on the streets is Evolve Skateboards. Gizmag recently got to jump on a deck from the Australian company. View all We tried the Evolve Electric Pintail, which is Evolve’s entry-level board that features a conventional longboard design. It weighs 8.9 kg (19.6 lb), measures 105 cm (41.5 in) long and has a 66 cm (26 in) wheelbase. Tesla Model S review: The “road-trip problem” is no problem at all. Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images The conventional wisdom on the Tesla Model S—the most hyped, decorated, and controversial new car in memory—is that it’s a technological marvel, but prohibitively expensive and ultimately impractical, especially for road trips.
For all the accolades (Motor Trend Car of the Year, Automobile Automobile of the Year, the highest rating in Consumer Reports history), the review that sticks most in people’s minds is the one by the New York Times’ John M. Broder. You know, the one where the car ran out of batteries on the freeway and had to be towed to a charging station. Lots of adverse factors conspired to create the Times’ road trip from hell, including cold weather, poor planning, and driver error. But when I took the Model S for a weekend road trip recently, I found I didn’t miss the internal combustion engine one bit. The car makes things easy on you before you even get inside. Yuneec brings its e-power to the streets, with an electric longboard.