If you have the budget and like it rough you should look into the Bajaboard G4 or G4X, a premium off-road electric board from Australia.
The extremely powerful electric skateboard does not only make up to 60 km/h or 37 mph, but also serves you on the beach and in the snow.
Premium Off-road electric board
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The Track1 by Flux Design Co is kind of an extreme off-road electric skateboard. It is supposed to manage ANY terrain. This includes street, sand, snow and dirt.
It looks a little bit like a tank, but hey, so far we have not seen an electric skateboard for snow and water.
It is available for pre-order from November 2017 and delivery in late 2018.
Track1 – extreme off-road eSk8
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Triborg Skateboards from Lansing, Michigan in the US offers an off-road ESk8 since 2014. It looks handmade, well, it is handmade, but seems pretty powerful and manages almost any terrain.
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After having the Onewheel+ for about 6 weeks in our office, it is time for the Onewheel+ review.
The Oneweheel is a unique electric board. It does not only look very different compared to other
electric skateboards, it is a unique riding experience as well.
It is actually not so hard to ride the Onewheel as you may think. You can probably ride it after 5 minutes or less.
That’s said. I have a hell of respect riding the Onewheel+.
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In our Mo-Bo Classic Wood review we will have a closer look at the off-road electric skateboard from Germany. We had the Mo-Bo Classic Wood 800 in-house for a couple of days which is the so called „original“ from Mo-Bo. The first Generation of this off-road electric skateboard was launched about 8 years ago.
The 2017 model has a new remote control and approved suspension, but otherwise looks pretty much the same than in 2009.
The Off-Road-Electric-Skateboard from Mo-Bo
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