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electric skateboard sets a new Guinness World Record

Recently a 32 year old has set a new Guinness World Record by reaching a speed of 59.55mph using a modified electric skateboard. Mischo Erban, who describes himself as a "human Formula 1 car," set the record at Portorož Airport in Piran, Slovenia, on a NEXTBoard created by the Slovenian startup technology company Next Generation Vehicles.

Two years in development, the NEXTBoard is a four-wheel-drive motorized longboard, powered by four Scorpion motors (one in each wheel) and two Tattu 6S batteries. A handheld remote controls the speed. The customized board takes an hour and a half to charge and has an approximate range of six to nine miles.

Erban is not new to record breaking. In 2012, he set the record for fastest speeds for downhill skateboarding when he hit 80.74mph on a dangerously steep road in Les Éboulements, Quebec.




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Date: 3rd March 2016
electric skateboard sets a new Guinness World Record

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