Whenever there is new gear released by Evolve, there happens to be a certain hype around it. Check our Evolve R2 remote review – a new remote for the GT and GTX Boards. There was quite the hype and some problems, followed by an R2 update which solved many problems. We tested the new Remote for a few weeks now and will show the pros and cons about it.
This tutorial will help you to build your own Onewheel DIY portable charger. The DIY portable charger is capable of charging the Onewheel on the go.
In about 20min you are good to go for another session 🙂 With a large lipo you can charge the OW up multiple times.
Let’s talk about electric skateboard protection gear. We had a look at different helmets, knee & elbow protectors, different gloves and complete jackets.
Depending on how you are riding and which conditions you are facing you should choose the right electric skateboard protection gear.
In our Onewheel Basics series we will publish a few tipps for Onewheel riders. Today we are looking into the fender kit noise, which can be annoying if you ride on roads with dirt / small stones or gravel roads.
If you start more aggressive carving with your Carbon GT you are very soon looking for more grip for Evolve Carbon GT boards.
The Evolve Carbon GT comes only with grip in the center plate. This may look nice, but is challenging at the same time. We will show you how to fix this.
Some E-Boards come with integrated electric skateboard lights such as the Onewheel, which can even change colours from white to red depending on the direction you ride. But you can also buy electric longboard LED kits to upgrade your current board.
Today we will have closer look at electric skateboard wheels. We divide between wheels for street, all-terrain and off-road.
A few electric skateboards offer to switch between street and all-terrain wheels, which gives you great flexibility. For other skateboards you have to decide before you buy it.