Looking for a functional middle ground between an electric skateboard and a powersport utility vehicle, Seattle’s Flux Design Co is preparing the Track 1 for market. This two-wheeled, one-tracked board looks like a strange, unmanned interplanetary rover pictured on its own, but it’s definitely designed to be manned, letting its rider accelerate over everything from soft sand and snow to hard dirt and pavement. With removable handlebars, a swappable battery and light, high-performance materials, this board seems quite ready for all-terrain domination.
Continue Reading All-electric Track 1 board combines wheels and track for all-terrain riding
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