What Are Alt-Wheels?
– Made for a single rider
– Smaller than bicycles
Electric skateboards, electric scooters, electric unicycles, the Onewheel, the Jyroball.
Alt-Wheels differs from “micromobility.” That’s all in this post.
Alt-Wheels veteran Alien Rides with the latest version of the E-TWOW (pronounced e-2-double-you) eScooter, how it compares to the Boosted Rev, and how it fails a San Francisco hill climb test:
Alt-Wheels veteran Jay Boston has been doing a series of videos with muscular Trampa electric skateboards. This intallment features the King of all hill climb tests:
That’s the kind of board that can woo people from their cars.
KingSong shows off its factory, producing not only electric unicycles but an eScooter that’s a Xiaomi M365 clone:
I can understand the justification for a clone: It can use many of the replacement parts and third-party accessories and enhancements available for the M365 — of which there are many. On the other hand, I hate the design of the M365, Red Dot Award or not.
Here’s a more detailed look at the eScooter production line:
They need to get a grip with their brand name. It’s written as “King Song,” Kingsong,” and “KingSong.” A name as weird as that desperately needs consistency.