Electric skateboard is a smart travel tool based on traditional skateboard and electric kit. The current electric skateboards are generally divided into two-wheel drive and single-wheel drive. The more common drive methods are: hub motor (HUB) and belt drive. The main power source is lithium battery pack. Electric skateboards do not require human effort, so they can wave their imagination and find inspiration in the process of sports. Ride on an electric skateboard, spin or bounce in squares, parks, and roads, making the electric skateboard become the next transportation tool for entertainment and fitness.
Playing an electric skateboard can strengthen regressive muscles and arm strength, strengthen cardiopulmonary function, improve bone development, stretch leg ligaments, strengthen balance response and sensitivity and coordination. However, in the process of using electric skateboards, it is still necessary to pay attention to some common sense of safety.
Riding equipment of electric skateboards
1. Wear a helmet
The head is an important organ of a person, so it is more important to protect the head during the sliding process. A quality-assured helmet can protect you from major injuries.
Electric skateboards have different sizes and styles of gloves, and many people use motorcycle gloves or gardening gloves instead. There is no fixed standard for electric skateboard gloves, as long as you choose non-slip gloves that fit your hands.
3. Knee pads and wrist guards
Knee pads and wrist pads can protect you from joint damage during riding. Lightweight plastic knee pads are worth recommending.
4. Choose suitable shoes
Under normal circumstances, most sports shoes are very suitable for using electric skateboards. Try not to wear slippers or high heels to ride electric scooters. The size of your shoes should match the size of your feet.
1. Try not to replace the original parts of the electric scooter, otherwise it is prone to dangerous failures.
2. Choose an electric skateboard with better braking performance and be familiar with the braking position.
3. Fill the bearing with oil regularly to reduce the sliding resistance.
4. Beginners should slide on the road with a small slope, gradually increasing the difficulty.
5. Do not slide on wet or too bumpy roads.