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How fast does a skateboard go? The average top speed is 18 to 28 miles per hour. With this speed, electric skateboards can get you where you need to go quickly and efficiently.
Electric skateboards first gained popularity for being eco-friendly and convenient transportation. However, speed enthusiasts craving even faster rides have continued to push the boundaries on what can be achieved on those two little wheels. From group rides to scenic explorations to even racing, electric skateboards are a fun and eco-friendly travel method.
Electric skateboards are designed to reach much higher speeds, just like a rocket on the pavement. Some of the fastest electric skateboards available on the market can reach up to 68 mph speeds. This article takes you through some of the fastest electric skateboards available today.
The Ecomobl ET stands out as one of the fastest electric skateboards on the market. Suitable for both on and off-road adventures, this high-performance board can reach an astonishing top speed of 30+ mph.
The ET has a dual 2000W brushless hub motor powered by 12S3P, 10C Lithium-Ion batteries delivering impressive torque and acceleration. Though the batteries take just 4-5 hours to charge, the board has a range of 20-25 miles (long-range edition).
Moreover, the electric skateboard boasts a lightweight yet robust construction, with a double drop of 9-ply Canadian maple, and weighs just 27 lbs.
The Brother Hobby Land Snail 930 is a speed demon in the electric skateboard world. Equipped with a dual 750W motor, this electric skateboard can reach up to 40 miles per hour (four-wheel-drive all-terrain) with a range of 18 miles.
As for the battery, it has a Samsung 44.4V, 222wh lithium-ion battery pack with a charge time of 1.3 hours. The flexible yet durable unibody carbon fiber deck with SPUA bulletproof coating provides comfort and shock absorption, making it suitable for both recreational riding and racing alike.
The Telum Infinity is designed to conquer rough terrains with remarkable speed. The electric skateboard was built to push the limits of the electric skateboard to see how fast it could go.
This little monster packs quite a punch with a 12S4P 768Wh battery, dual 3500W Motors, and 55A ESCs. Built to conquer challenging terrains and rough surfaces, Telum Infinity electric skateboard boasts a speed of approximately 35 miles per hour.
The Pro 4WD and BA versions feature impressive 3500W x 4 motors and 12S6P 1152Wh batteries.
While the Plutonium 2 offers unparalleled speed, it comes with the trade-off of reduced portability and ease of use due to its size and weight.
The Telum Infinity's robust build and all-terrain capabilities make it suitable for tackling challenging environments that other electric skateboards might struggle with.
The Build Kit Boards Duo is a beast of a skateboard built for speed and power. It comes with a top speed of 35 mph (BKB Duo) and 42mph (BKB Duo Type R), competing head-to-head with the fastest electric skateboards in the market.
The electric skateboard features a customizable setup, allowing riders to fine-tune their riding experience to match their preferences. Packed with dual 3000W motors and 10s3p Molicel P26A battery (BKB Duo), Build Kit Boards Duo is a force to be reckoned with a range of 10-20 miles.
Keep in mind this board is unsuitable for beginners or inexperienced riders. The Build Kit Boards Duo is best suited for comfortable riding at high speeds and has developed robust board control and handling skills.
Regarding raw power and unmatched speed, the AEBoard GTR dominates the competition. This skateboard boasts a dual 1600-watt 6368 hub motor and 6-inch pneumatic wheels.
The Titan can achieve impressive speeds, reaching up to 30 miles per hour or more. Its high-capacity 12S4P, 12amp, 50.4v, 518Wh battery ensures a range of 18 miles on a single charge.
The deck of the B-One Titan 4WD is made of flex 8-ply Canadian maple, ensuring optimal balance and control while withstanding the rigors of off-road adventures.
AEBoard GTR electric skateboard is not for the faint of heart, as its incredible speed demands a high level of skill and control from the rider.
Electric skateboards have come a long way in terms of speed and performance. From average speeds of 18 to 28 miles per hour, some of the fastest electric skateboards on the market can now reach astonishing speeds of up to 50 miles per hour.
As technology advances, we expect even more thrilling and high-speed electric skateboards to hit the market.
However, it's essential to remember that such high speeds require experience and skill to handle safely. Riders should always wear appropriate safety gear and know their surroundings when riding at top speeds.