It also has four wheel drive, nine inch pneumatic all-terrain tires and foot plantings to keep the rider from flying off as the board races through the sand and up mountains. For those looking for an equally exhilarating, city-based ride, the Road Warrior is the way to go, built for cornering and carving (also with four wheel drive).
The Commuter lives up to its name; its low deck height, tires made for street riding, range of up to 21 miles, plus a recharge time of just two hours (matched by the other two models), make it perfect for getting to and from work.
Gnarboards, operated via a hand held controller, are heavy (from 70/86 pounds). As they're built to order, they're expensive as well. But a lot of people are likely to empty their pockets for the ability to take their riding to this level. For an idea of what the Trail Rider can do, check out the video.
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