Wheel Customization

April 21, 2017

This week we bring you part 2 of our Board Customization series, with a focus on Wheel Customizations! There are heaps of wheel options on the Evolve skateboards so we thought we would take you through some of them. Wheel customizations is one of the easiest ways for you to customize your electric skateboard!

In this video, Nick will go through some of the popular street and all terrain wheel configurations, including the ABEC and Kegel wheels. We also show you how some of these custom wheels look on the new Evolve One. Andy (our UK Ambassador) will tell you about his favourite wheel combinations and explain the difference in our all terrain tires. At the end of the episode is a quick walk through on how to paint your own hubs, so that the customization options are endless!

 






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This week we bring you some our favorites ride videos that have been submitted by riders worldwide!
This includes rides from:
// Kent / UK

// Brisbane / Australia

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// San Diego / USA

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Popular Questions Answered

May 12, 2017

This week we bring you an in depth Q&A session with Jeff and some of the team regarding some of the questions we get asked about the most.

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Evolve Skateboard vs World's Steepest Street

May 05, 2017

This week we bring you an evolve Skateboards Challenge - to ride an evolve electric skateboard up the Worlds steepest street!

Jeff and Trav headed over to Dunedin, New Zealand to take on one of the toughest evolve challenges yet - to try and skate an evolve Carbon GT up Baldwin Street - the Worlds steepest street.

Some facts on Baldwin Street from Wikipedia: The 161.2 metre (529 ft) long top section climbs 47.2 metres (155 ft) vertically, an average gradient of 1:3.41. The slope of Baldwin Street is about 1:2.86 (35% gradient).

SAFETY FIRST
When riding remember to be fully aware of your surroundings and ensure safety comes first.

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