The ZBoard SF Special is a souped up electric skateboard with a top range of 20 miles and a top speed of 18 MPH.
Gnarboards are some crazy electric skateboards designed by an individual that offer very extreme enjoyment and come with a some mean specs for small boards.
A team of young designers from Hermosa Beach, Calif., have developed what could be the world’s first weight-sensing electric skateboard.
Known as Metroboards, Kef Design’s electric skateboards can reach 19 mph in five seconds and shuttle riders up to 15 miles on a single, two-hour charge.
An exciting new vehicle called the MXB Motocrossboard is a cross between a light weight motorcycle where the rider stands and an all-electric skateboard.
This week we’re looking at videos of electric skateboards, one of the newest electric ways to get around, and meeting the boards, their builders and their riders.
The E-Glide A/T is an electric skateboard/powerboard with ten inch wheels and a powerful little motor capable of propelling its rider at 25 mph for 25 miles.
If you are a big skateboard fan who has around $1,300 to drop and wants a top-line electric board for your ride, E-Glide is offering up the new GI to send you zooming along with an empty wallet.
Skateboards go high tech and all electric via the Xero line of eBoards, which boast, depending upon the model, a top “carbon emissions free” speed of up to 25 MPH.