Fiik Remote Controlled Electric Skateboards

Jul 1, 2013

Category: Rides

Setting out to build the world’s most revolutionary skateboard, brothers Daniel and Mathew Quinn created their Fiik Electric Skateboards.

Skateboards have been around for decades, but that’s not to say things can’t be improved. The Australian based Quinn brothers created these premium skateboards, powered by Lithium-Polymer battery packs to offer thrill seekers an entirely new experience. Good for everything from pavement to the dirt trails, each remote controlled board comes equipped with a stepless digital throttle, anti-lock brakes, and LED safety lighting. The brand was originally producing boards exclusively for Australian natives, but have decided it was time to take their show on the road, offering their electric skateboards to the U.S. market. Check out their online shop for more details, and watch the video below.

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