Let me start off with a bit of spoiler alert – both boards are great and the comparisons are tough to do in an apples-to-apples fashion. With that said, let’s discuss the merits of both the Boosted Boards Dual+ (with extended battery) and the Evolve Skateboards Carbon GT. Read on for details. ...

I have a Boosted Boards Electric Skateboard and I absolutely love it. It is great for short commutes and just goofing around. If I had to find a negative on the Boosted Board, I guess it would be the battery under the belly of the longboard. Not that it bothers me or I even notice it. Just saying. This Kickstarter project (lands in May 2017) coming from Germany, the JayKay e-Truck plans...

We have seen some pretty cool skateboards over the years… some that are 3D printed, some that have only one wheel, some that are totally re-imagined, some that fold-up, etc… This...

Posted on Mar 3 2014 - 1:42pm by Ty G
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The ONDA Core Skateboard is what happens when you take something great, the skateboard, and re-imagine it.  The deck isn’t wood, it is a flexible and high strength fiberglass-polymer blend.  The wheels aren’t small, they are a massive 180mm (7-inches) and sit at the farthest corners of this skateboard.  You gotta see guys skating on this board to appreciate how versitile and urban friendly it is.  Pot holes, rough terrain, and even grass are easier...

Yep, a skateboard with just one wheel.  Hence the name OneWheel, which is a self-balancing electric skateboard.  To go forward, you lean forward.  Opposite motion for stopping and backing up.  As you might imagine there isn't a ton of room for batteries which means your range is about 4 to 6 miles per charge.  Watch the OneWheel skateboard...

Posted on Aug 27 2013 - 8:40am by Craig
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This cool skateboard that looks like it is covered in fluffy whipped cream is actually a 3D printed Skateboard created by artist Sam Abbott.  Only the deck of this skateboard was 3D printed.  The wheels and trucks are off the shelf items.  The deck was printed in 3 parts and then put together with dowels and glue, hope this will hold up.  Video of the 3D printed skateboard after the break. ...

Electric skateboards are nothing new, but the Boosted Boards Electric Skateboard is way ahead of the pack.  I have an e-glide GI Powerboard which I really don't enjoy riding.  Forget about the fact that my GI Powerboard weighs 57lbs, keeps breaking down, and has a corded remote control.  I was going to do a full review on the GI Powerboard...

You no longer need to walk in to the office carrying your skateboard.  You can now get to work on your very own 32-inch aluminum skateboard that folds down to 14-inches.  The Snap Skateboard should now fit into a normal backpack. The board uses proprietary hinges and steel support pins to make this bit of folding magic possible.  You can get your...

Electric skateboards have been a round for a while, but most if not all of them currently use some form of wired/wireless handheld controller to operate them, not the ZBoard.  The ZBoard Electric Skateboard uses two pressure sensitive...

  While on vacation in Florida last week I saw a guy paddle boarding on a skateboard.  The concept is basically like long board paddle boarding, but instead of being in water you use a skateboard and a Kahuna...