Boosted Electric Longboards

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Longboards have always been one of our preferred transportation methods, and Boosted Boards has just turned things up about 10 notches for us with what they call “the lightest vehicle that has ever been made.”

The team at Boosted Boards are working on developing the best electric long board that has ever been created. Thanks to the 200w twin brushless motors, the Boosted Board can reach speeds of up to 20 miles per hour, and stays charged for about 6 miles of travel duration.  The team has been very clear that quality is at the forefront of this project, which is why they have equipped this thing with quality components like a Loaded Vanguard, Bear Grizzly 852s, Otang 80A In heats, and Jehu bearings for a smooth ride.

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