What is a riptide skateboard?

What is a riptide skateboard?

The Riptide R1 Electric Skateboard packs massive power (1800W) into a compact, 31″ deck. The R1 has up to 8 miles of range and a top speed of 20 mph, and packs in features such as handles, a kick tail, headlights / tail lights, and an airline friendly battery.

What happened to Riptide Electric skateboards?

Riptide has unfortunately closed down.

Is Riptide out of business?

Riptide has closed down.

Why do skateboard trucks squeak?

Squeaking trucks are by no means a serious issue and is a common problem, it just means your bushings are a little dry. The simple solution to this is to apply a small amount of lubricant to the bushings.

What is 12s4p?

Introducing the MBoards 12s4p Complete Battery Solution, the biggest and baddest battery we offer. This battery is a 12s4p lithium-ion battery made from 48 premium Samsung 30Q cells with a built-in BMS (Battery Management System) that protects the battery pack and keeps it running safely when operating and charging.

Are Boosted Boards still being made?

A: We are not Boosted Boards. Unfortunately Boosted went bankrupt and from what we’ve seen older warranty claims are being ignored. Q: Then who are you guys? A: We are the guys who bought all of the remaining inventory from Boosted after they shut their doors.

Who owns Boosted Boards now?

In April 2020, it was reported that Lime has acquired some of the remaining assets of Boosted including five of the company’s core patents. The remaining inventory of skateboards, scooters, and related parts was acquired by Boosted USA.

Why did Boosted fail?

Boosted was just spread too thin. It had launched half a dozen models — each with different configurations — in just six years, on a shoestring budget. Then it was hit hard by the Trump administration’s tariffs on goods made in China, and a delayed electric scooter, and eventually ran out of money.