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    Forget eBikes - Get an eBoard! :-|

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    I guess this is what the world has come to.

    Why would anyone pay $1300 for something like this?
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    Lazy people. Get a regular long board and push it.

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    If I were to get one I would want something like this. https://e-glide.com/
    Now we are talking.
    I remember when I was a teenager me and a buddy rode our skateboards about 10-15 miles across town once so we could buy some line controlled .049 motor airplanes.
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    Looks like a fun way to get around Burning Man.

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    This kind of thing is why so many people are fat.

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    Where is the e-boarding forum, and how can we keep keep the haters away?
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    On the plus side, it'll be easy to jump off when it catches fire. Not sure about the two speed throttle though - being restricted to fast or way too fast is somewhat limiting. At least the old 2-stroke skateboards had a proper throttle that didn't get lost after a wipeout because it was attached by a cable.

    I wonder what the legal status of these things is? I doubt it'd be legal to use in the UK (except on private land) as it would be classed as an electric car or something, but it wouldn't meet the standards for its classification as it doesn't have seatbelts, indicators, brakes, lights etc.
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