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skateboarding has always been to either carve or grind up roads or parks, but with the KKA S1, boarders are now able to surf and ski down streets as well.The post surf and ski down streets with the unique KKA S1 electric skateboard appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
as convenient as electric skateboards may seem, it doesn’t feel completely intuitive controlling the board beneath your feet with a handheld remote control. acceleration and braking doesn’t feel natural in the hand when it was originally practiced by foot on a board. stark mobility, a berlin-based start-up, removes the handheld device completely with its ‘stark […]The post
flux design co. combines an electric skateboard with a powersport utility vehicle to create an all-terrain board for surfing the earth.The post track one board is the world’s most capable all-terrain electric skateboard appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
when student jack davies moved from the UK to amsterdam to begin an internship at 3D printing start-up, 3D hubs, he was looking to find a faster mode of transport to get to the office. his solution? utilise access to the latest 3D printing technology and create the fusion e-boardThe post jack davies’ 3D printed electric skateboard solved his public transport woes appeared first on designboo
with this project, the artist lends his artistic style to the creation of an optically trilling skateboard deck.The post felipe pantone designs miller division skateboard deck to embody the sport’s energy appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Let's be honest – the vast majority of people who ride electric skateboards are simply using them for transportation, not to perform tricks. With that in mind, the Oakland, California-based designers of the I-Ride did away with the traditional full wood (or plastic) deck. Instead, their e-board has a pared-down brushed aluminum deck, which is claimed to actually make for easier riding...Conti
We've seen quite a few huge Lego undertakings over the years, including a Teardrop trailer, a Millennium Falcon and architectural wonders. But sometimes, standard bricks just won't cut it. Such was the case for Brit tinkerer James Bruton, who opted to supersize Lego bricks using a 3D printer to build a chunky, funky electric skateboard...Continue Reading Maker takes to the tarmac on 3D-printe
The market for electric skateboards is becoming rather crowded, which is why we're seeing companies getting more and more creative with how riders can move the things around. The Spectra skateboard from New York-based startup Walnutt is the latest example of this, doing away with the typical handheld remote and using sensor pads built into the deck for control instead. ..Continue Reading Spec
What happens when you take the most manoeuvrable deck in the Evolve Skateboards range, brighten up its looks and crank up the power? Simple: the Evolve Bamboo GTX, an all-terrain electric skateboard that takes an already appealing formula and further refines it. We strapped on our helmets, updated the health insurance and put it through its paces...Continue Reading Review: Evolve Bamboo GTX h is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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