121C Arc Aileron Electric Skateboard

Mar 23, 2017

Category: Gear

In response to such raving reviews on their original Arc skateboard, the team over at Arc Boards has now partnered up with the good folk at 121C Boards to build something remarkable. It’s called the 121C Arc Aileron, and it’s the world’s first carbon and high-performance electric skateboard built right here in the USA.

Together, the power of Arc Boards and the strength and lightweight nature of 121C Boards are combined to produce an electric board that’s both quick and reliable. It features a full carbon deck, high-capacity battery system and a powerful drive system that’s positioned to get you cruising at speeds upwards of 22mph and up 22 percent incline grades. The Arc Aileron also gets up to 11 miles on a full charge, fully charges in 1.5 hours and weighs under 10 pounds. Durable, speedy, and reliable. It’s how we’ve come to recognize Arc and their products. This offering, in particular, is available now for reservation on Kickstarter and is set to retail for $1,500. [Purchase]

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