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This section of the site is dedicated to providing visitors with knowledge about light electric vehicles. This includes buying guides, up to date legislation, training videos and much more. If you cant find the answer you are looking for here or need any more info then please do not hesitate to contact us. 

cLOSEr LOOK AT THE Skotero humley

The Humley is new to the streets in the UK! Its high quality finish and slick look  make it a real eye catcher.

cLOSEr LOOK AT THE Boosted rev

Anything from Boosted always packs a punch and this scooter is an absolute monster with two 750watt motors powering it.

cLOSEr LOOK AT THE STIGO S+ & b1 

Pascal gives a detailed description of the products, running through the pros, cons and details of how to use the product and where the Stigo was born!

ONEWHEEL RIDING TIPS: BASICS FOR BEGINNERS AND NEW RIDERS

Despite the Onewheel being popular with people who have skated, snowboarded or surfed, they are easy to learn to ride with a fast learning curve, making them popular with everyone, regardless of your previous riding experience. In this guide we cover some of the basic tips to make riding your Onewheel as fun as it should be.

ONEWHEEL APP GUIDE

As well as the Onewheel offering you an amazing and unique riding experience, it also has the added benefit of a specific mobile app, produced by Future Motion. This allows you to track your activity and that of other riders, plus control the riding experience directly with Digital Shaping. In this guide we will give you the lowdown on what the app can do, how to use it and where to get it from.

A GUIDE TO THE ONEWHEEL PINT

The Pint is the latest model in the Onewheel range of electric skateboards and despite it’s smaller size, is just as fun to ride as its bigger brothers (the Onewheel+ and the Onewheel XR). In this guide we take a look at the specifications for it, plus give you more information about this small, but powerful ride.

ONEWHEEL MAINTENANCE GUIDE

The Onewheels are built to give you miles and miles of riding pleasure, but like any vehicle you need to make sure you stay on top of maintenance to keep them in the best working order. In this guide we cover some of the main topics that we get ask questions about when it comes to Onewheel maintenance. 

ONEWHEEL FAQS

We get asked lots of questions about the Onewheel electric skateboards on a regular basis, so decided to share the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions here.

ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD BUYING GUIDE

E-Boards have taken skateboarding to a different dimension with their power, speed and design. There are so many on the market that offer all sorts of features, it is a real minefield when looking for the best one that suits you.

Introduction to PLEV’s

A Personal Light Electric Vehicle is typically an electric vehicle with 2 to 4 wheels, powered by a battery, fuel cell, or hybrid-powered. They generally weigh less than 100kg and some examples are electric bicycles, electric kick scooters, electric skateboards and Unicycles.

E-Scooter Buying Guide

Electric scooters are putting the fun back into commuting whilst saving people time and money. Whether you are nipping round the corner or going on a day trip, there is an E-Scooter to suit you.

Disclaimer: Electric scooters, off-road e-bikes and skateboards are not to be used on public footpaths, cycle lanes or roads in the UK. It is the complete responsibility of the customer to ensure that you operate your e-scooter, e-bike or e-skateboard within all country and local laws.

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Many of these products are extremely powerful and therefore can be very dangerous if ridden in a reckless or inappropriate manner. The customer assumes all liability and risk associated with the use of electric scooter products and holds Ride and Glide Ltd and its owners free from any liability caused by their use. We also strongly advise anyone riding these machines to always wear a helmet at the very minimum and all other relevant protective equipment. These machines are not toys and can cause a lot of damage to the rider and or other people if not used safely. Although you are riding them at your own risk, please always stay to safe speeds and do not push them to their limits. The products that are not in the “Kids” section are not to be ridden by anyone under the age of 18.

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Disclaimer: Electric scooters, off-road e-bikes and skateboards are not to be used on public footpaths, cycle lanes or roads in the UK. It is the complete responsibility of the customer to ensure that you operate your e-scooter, e-bike or e-skateboard within all country and local laws.

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Many of these products are extremely powerful and therefore can be very dangerous if ridden in a reckless or inappropriate manner. The customer assumes all liability and risk associated with the use of electric scooter products and holds Ride and Glide Ltd and its owners free from any liability caused by their use. We also strongly advise anyone riding these machines to always wear a helmet at the very minimum and all other relevant protective equipment. These machines are not toys and can cause a lot of damage to the rider and or other people if not used safely. Although you are riding them at your own risk, please always stay to safe speeds and do not push them to their limits. The products that are not in the “Kids” section are not to be ridden by anyone under the age of 18.

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