The Ownboard W2 Pro is a fantastic electric skateboard for commuting and casually cruising around on. It’s comfortable and all-around enjoyable to ride.
The WowGo AT2 is an amazing all-terrain electric skateboard that is built for off-road riding. It also doubles as a comfortable commuter eboard for those looking for a more enjoyable form of transport to work or school.
The Raldey Carbon AT V2 is an all-terrain electric skateboard ideal for commuting and cruising on trails that are a little less than perfect. But it’s not for everyone. Read on to see if this is the eboard for you.
The Exway Wave is an amazing short electric skateboard. I’d even go as far to say that it is probably the best. Read on to see why I love it.
The Exway Atlas is a modular electric skateboard that is suitable for ANY type of eSkater. You can turn it into a beast with a ton of power, or strip it back and make it a long-range cruiser. The choice is yours.
The Possway T1 is a great electric skateboard for someone looking to dip their toe into the eskate hobby. It’s affordable, easy to learn on and has a lot of room to grow as you become a more confident eskater.
The Exway ATLAS is truly innovative electric skateboard that has all bases covered. There is an option for everyone. Well, there will be eventually. Skip to the end to get your $165 Off.
Finally, we have an all-terrain electric skateboard option that is not only affordable but has the performance specs to go up against the premium AT eBoards. The Meepo City Rider 2 offers it all.
The enSkate R3 promises a lot of performance specs without having to fork out a hefty wad of cash. Let’s take a look at everything it has to offer.
It is amazing to see a budget electric skateboard with premium specs and features. I pit the Hub and the Riot Kit against each other in a top speed, range, acceleration, brake and hill climb test to help you decide which one is best for you.