Onewheel+ XR

Jan 9, 2018

Category: Rides

Of all the electric skateboards on the market right now, the self-balancing Onewheel (and its variations therein) has always been one of the most capable and interesting. But the folks behind it weren’t content with that, so they kept working at it and tweaking it until they came up with the new Onewheel+ XR.

The latest iteration of this street snowboard has an incredible range of up to 18 miles per charge – that’s more than some electric bicycles out there. And it doesn’t just go further, it also has more power and increased torque for better hill climbing. That means now, not only can you use this bad boy to tool around the city all day without needing to plug in, but you can also take it off-road for some off-the-grid adventuring, if you feel so inclined. You can hit the city streets, dusty trails, and everything in-between for $1,799.

Purchase: $1,799

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