Onewheel Pint Electric Board

Mar 13, 2019

Category: Rides

Two wheels may be better than one in most cases, but not with Future Motion, as their Onewheel electric boards are tremendously fun urban cruisers. Future Motion continues to flex their imagination with their brand new Onewheel Pint Electric Board, which is their lightest model yet.

The Onewheel Pint is a practical everyday electric city ripper and at just 27-inches long, it’s easy to transport and carry with its integrated ‘Maghandle.’ The Pint is powered by a ‘Hypercore’ brushless motor, allowing it to reach a top speed of 16 mph and hit a range between six to eight miles before it needs some juice. You can even light up the night like a Tron Light Cycle with the Pint’s integrated light bar used for battery monitoring, in-ride alerts, and sense pad indication. The American-made Onewheel electric board comes in a variety of colorways and you can get yours now for $950.

Purchase: $950+

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