Back to the Future Marty McFly Zboard Hoverboard

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides, Tech

The electric skateboard makers at Zboard have decided to create a special limited edition Back to the Future Marty McFly Hoverboard Zboard for the holiday season.

Before you get too excited, it’s worth noting that this thing doesn’t actually hover. Unfortunately we’ll have to wait until 2015 (according to the films at least), to get our hands on that technology. It is however, pretty awesome. The weight sensing board can be controlled by simply leaning forwards and backwards, reaching speeds of up to 18 mph. The Marty McFly ZBoard Hoverboard takes 5-7 hours to reach a full charge, and has a range of 20 miles. This sure beats the hell out of waiting in rush hour traffic. Zboard will be donating all the proceeds from this limited edition run of 25 units to the Michael J. Fox Parkinson’s Foundation. Watch the video below, and support the project on IndieGoGo.

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