E-Go Cruiser Electric Longboard

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

We love using our longboards to get from place to place, but let’s face it – pedaling up all those hills can get a bit exhausting. The E-Go Cruiser gives you all the comfort of cruising the streets, but with the added convenience of an electric motor.

Equipped with a wirelessly controlled 400-watt electric propulsion system, this bad boy took the team at Yuneec Technology an entire decade to build. Priced at roughly $700, it is a bit pricey, but it does deploy technology from the aviation division (quality stuff here). The lightweight controller can slip right over your wrist, and lets riders get up to 18 miles of traveling (or 3 to 5 hours) on a single charge. [Purchase]

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