When was it? The last time you fell right? The one that left you in excruciating pain. It has been more than a decade for me. But I can turn my “Last Days Danger Last” sign back to zero, and all thanks to a skateboard. I knew I would obey my mother.
On my first real trip with Evolve’s new Hadean Carbon Everywhere electric skateboard, I did not go more than 30 feet before I lost control and reached the chest for the first time on the way. The court rolled toward the street. With a sigh, I slowly lifted myself up and jumped straight up. I moved my arm and knee, but my body was stiff and sore. By the next morning, I felt as if I had been hit by a car. It took me about two weeks to recover.
I was stupid. I’ve never ridden a skateboard before, not even an electric one! On the same day, it became known that the object was there is none e.g. electric bicycles and electric bicycles which I have tried. Caution is essential! I thought I could learn as I went. All right. Cough, exposure to tar.
Evolve’s Hadean is a long-range electric board with 3000-watt inserts in the chassis, along with an oil battery. The work of building carbon fiber is clear and robust. You use it with the same feel-good feel you hold in your hand, called Phaze, secured with a hand strap. The Phaze features an LCD display, accelerator, brakes, and color change buttons, adjusting speed, and adjusting the brightness of the display on the board.
Squeeze the front of the back of the Phaze and go to the front of the board. (There is a dead switch that you can adjust to keep it fast without pressing both.) Gently apply the brakes and stop. You move your body to the left or right and rotate the group’s vehicles (equipment at the bottom of the board with wheel axles on the perimeter). Hadean includes a tool to tighten or loosen cars; I like some dry cars, because I have a hard time driving them.
During those two painful weeks, Hadean leaned against the wall near my front door, watching me walk out of the house empty-handed. As soon as the pain subsided, I decided to go board a board somewhere to send it somewhere else – post office, restaurant nearby – but then all of a sudden I remembered how well I was doing.
Then I took courage. See training tutorial. I watched YouTube videos with high-end devices. I went with Hadean to the parking lot and tried to drive it, starting with my leg to feel better. Then I gradually reduced its speed, from 5 mph and improved to 10. Last week, I hit 21 mph.