Katherout’s Swagger Pro Solution – Is An E-Scooter The Perfect Fit For Your Commute?

Let’s put it out there, once and for all: commuting is not fun. Waking up early, factoring in extra time for crowded buses or trains, and even the occasional road block. The routine itself can be dreary. Whether you’re a student or a working adult, the struggle is an old, worn-out problem we continue to […]

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How Swagtron shaped the hoverboard phenomenon and is taking the lead as the industry matures

CES 2017 saw something interesting happening in the Swagtron booth. It was like any other booth in the show, but then there was a slight increase of footfalls in the Swagtron booth. Then, more and more people started to come to the Swagtron area, and soon it was one of the most popular spots there. […]

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How the Olympics work now, the future of electronic sports and rideables

In the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, for the very first time SKATEBOARDING will be something that you can earn a gold medal in. For real. Could you imagine getting a GOLD medal in the Olympics without having to run or swim or ski? Yes it’s all happening now with the new IOC approved […]

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SWAGTRON’s visit to the Braille Skateboarding House

On Friday, the day I landed the first ever hoverboard railslide I was lucky to be invited to come hang out at the Braille Skateboarding House in San Leandra, CA during their first ever summer skate camp.  I brought along some friends from Sk8 Kamp and we had a grand ol’ time trying out some […]

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7 Self Balancing Scooter Specs that will transform you into a master hoverboarder

7 Self-Balancing Scooter Specs that will Transform Beginners into Master Hoverboarders SWAGTRON T5: The Hoverboard for Beginners I have poor balance, a clumsy clown when my feet are on wheels. I would have given up on hoverboards all together but my son was keen on getting the SWAGTRON T5 for his birthday. I tried it, […]

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Skate Camps around the United States

This past weekend I was up in the northern California region for a fundraiser that revolves around another type of Sk8 kamp, which we will get back to later… As I’ve somehow managed to make it to several of these ‘skate camps‘, I felt that we should write about it. We’ll also get to ‘Woodward […]

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Skatepark fun with Different Electric Rideables @ Volcom in Costa Mesa, CA

Costa Mesa, California has one of the most real skateparks in California. Not only is this nothing like the Etnies park in Lake forest, where there is a staff, strict rules and lots of parents and parking…. it just has great lines and a killer local scene. I’ve been skating there since 2017 began and […]

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My SwagCycle E bike vs. flocks of other rideables on the beach

The other weekend I was out riding the SwagCycle e bike down in Newport beach. Now the way I look on this thing, can really a be a bit of a  riot as it looks unique. See how the short set of wheels are actually really quite powerful and the funny horn ‘beep beep’ sound you […]

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Parking at Griffith Park Observatory with a T6 All Terrain Hoverboard

One of my hometown friends was surprised that ‘I hadn’t been kicked out yet’ or ‘told not to ride that thing around here’ while she was looking for me after waiting some time. You see, we were at the top of Griffith Observatory overlooking Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. It seems it was quite busy […]

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A Quest For The Best Self Balancing Scooter Blogs

We’ve decided to make a quest out online to find quality bloggers who enjoy a passion for ridebles and understand the whole world of it, specifically hoverboarding and the different types of uses for hoverboards now out there. I’m actually surprised that there aren’t more businesses using hoverboards for their business. For example, I took […]

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