Gas-Powered Snowboard

Jan 16, 2014

Category: Rides

Snowboarding is one of the few reliable ways to shake off the inevitable winter doldrums. But damn, all that kicking and stuff; kinda works up a sweat. If you crave the carving of fresh powder, yet despise all the pesky exercise, check out this Gas-Powered Snowboard.

It gets its go from a 6 1/2-hp four-cycle gasoline engine (pull to start) that maxes out at a pretty brisk 18 mph. The board can handle riders up to 250 pounds (sorry, O-linemen), and it motors for up to two hours on only 3/4-gallon of gasoline. The frame is a mix of aluminum and high-density molded ABS plastic, and the patented rubber track uses 1 3/4″ snow lugs and flexes as you lean into your turns. The board also features cleated footpads, and an adjustable height-handlebar with throttle control. [Purchase]

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