Are e skateboards worth it?

Are e skateboards worth it?

With an electric skateboard, you can get to where you need to be quickly and affordably. While normal non-electric skateboards and longboards will make you sweaty for work or class, an electric skateboard will give you a nice relaxing ride without exerting too much effort. It’s Fun and Cool!

How fast can e boards go?

The average speed of electric skateboards range from 18-28 mph. There are boards that can achieve around 40mph available, but these are for super experienced riders and so in the interest of safety are not included in our round-up. For most people, around 22 mph to 25 mph on a skateboard is easily fast enough.

What is the fastest e skateboard?

What’s the Fastest Electric Skateboard? NGV Nextboard is undoubtedly the fastest electric skateboard out there right now. Mischo Erban holds the Guinness world record for the fastest speed – 95.83 kmph (59.55 mph) achieved on NGV in the year 2016 – making it the fastest electric skateboard/longboard globally.

How long do electric skateboards last?

If the board and battery are maintained properly then a Li-Ion Battery (Standard Battery) will last for 300-1000 charge cycles before reaching 80% of its capacity (the international standard to rating cycle life). That means if you use your electric skateboard daily the battery will last for about 1-3 years.

What do I need to know before buying an electric skateboard?


  • RANGE Consider what you’ll be using the board for.
  • WEIGHT If you run out of juice are you going to be able to carry or kick push it home?
  • PERFORMANCE The difference in eboards is akin to the difference between cars.

Is skateboarding faster than running?

Is skateboarding faster than running? Average normal running speed is in the 4 – 6 mph range. Average skateboarding speed is around 9 mph (in the 5 – 12 mph range). Pushing speed on a longboard is 8-9 mph.

How fast can Lacroix boards go?

Nazaré Lonestar

Hub Motor Power Dual 6389 – 190kv
Ride Range 50-60 miles (80-100 kilometers)
Top Speed Unrated, although speculated at around 44-50mp/h (73-80km/h)
Hill Gradient 40 percent incline
Board Weight 49lbs (22.2kg)