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4 Awesome Ways to Tech Up Your Ride With Electronic Transporters

onewheel, electronic transporters

We’re a bit spoilt in our range of tech transport options these days. Move over segways and e-scooters, Electric Personal Transporters are here to stay. The telling question is would you be brave enough to learn how to ride one of them? 

Onewheel is an electric skateboard. There are currently two models, Pint and +XR. 

Onewheel

https://onewheel.com/

Black Hawk Australia

Black Hawk Electric was founded by two brothers on the Gold Coast (Australia) in 2016 following on from the success of an electric bike company that is still thriving to date as the leader in electric bike conversion kits in Australia and abroad. They stock a good range of electronic skateboards.

https://blackhawkelectric.com.au/

InMotion Hovershoes

InMotion Hovershoes are the best self-balancing skates. It takes the concept of a hoverboard and splits it into two independent machines: one for each foot! It’s a totally new experience that feels more like rollerskating with the freedom to zip around at will.

Electric Unicycles

Electric Unicycles (EUC) is a self-balancing unicycle. It is battery powered, with gyro-stabilising technology.

Make sure you check your local laws to see where you can ride your tech, and if you need a helmet. 

Which one of these modern transport options have you tried and enjoyed?

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Written by Emma Crameri

I am a Brisbane-based freelance technical reviewer and writer. I have experience working in ICT, online education and digital marketing. I can turn your ideas into engaging and shareable online content. I'm an early adopter with both Android and Apple devices. I'm also the Editor of the Brisbanista website.

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