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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-11-2009, 02:32 PM
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Electric skateboard!!!!

Yup i said it. Last year in my never ending quest for the best off season training .. I cam across an electric skateboard. This thing was on a sector nine torpedo looking board and at 20mph it carved just like a snowboard. Same stance, same wait destitution and you even slashed it like a snowboard. It gave my nervs and muscles a work out thats for sure. I highly recommend one just save first, I got mine handed to me but they go from $500-$1000, depending on the company! Ride save!
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An actual "electric" skateboard? what the hell for, just go downhill on a regular skateboard and you'll hit 20mph no problem.

What does it look like, where can i get some more info on this thing?

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It has a 400 watt motor and the point of it is there is no hills here this goes 20mph for 12 miles.
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Want one to ride to work, quick trip to post office, grocery store and other errands...saw one a couple of years ago buzzin around greenlake in seattle. But my several bicycles work fine for errands.

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22 lbs. is that all? I was expecting it to be heavier.....

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It goes 20 miles per hour!! not pounds. It weighs 75 pounds.
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Want one to ride to work, quick trip to post office, grocery store and other errands...saw one a couple of years ago buzzin around greenlake in seattle. But my several bicycles work fine for errands.

Electric Skateboard Metroboard Ultra Light Electric Skateboard Motorized Skateboard
Those are the shitty cheap ones, e-glide is the first and best check them out.
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I've played around with many different electric skateboards.. First was a Kamikazee 39CC board.. shit was hella fast.. then upgraded to a 50 CC and that was insane fast. I also have this remote controlled skateboard.. The board itself is battery powered and controlled by me with three speed choices on the remote.. It's pretty sick, people look at me and wonder how I roll without kicking..lol
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