This video is part of our series on Lille’s Maker Faire.To stay up-to-date on releases (and to find out more), check out our master post here.Have you ever looked at a bike and thought “THERE’S TOO MUCH METAL THERE?” Well, at least one person has: Edouard from Atelier Suji.Edouard began his career by making skateboards, but eventually moved onto making two-wheelers out of wood.Don’t worry, we’ve got you:We asked Edouard a range of questions about the wooden bike (again, video!
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Boosted has scored some serious cash as it looks to move beyond the world of electric skateboards to conquer new forms of personal transportation.The startup announced today that it has closed a $60 million round of Series B funding co-led by Khosla Ventures and iNovia Capital.Stanford’s StartX and Bay Meadows also participated in the round.Boosted has now raised north of $70 million.The company founded in 2012 is the most recognizable name in the quickly crowding field of electric skateboards, but Boosted is now looking to grow its ambitions to new personal transportation verticals in the “light vehicle type” category.So, does this mean Boosted is building a scooter?
“Personal mobility” has emerged as one of the big trends in technology, with the likes of ride-hailing, dockless bikes, and electric scooters all featuring prominently in Silicon Valley and beyond these past few years.One mobility startup that has been steadily building its business in dozens of markets around the world is Boosted, a Mountain View, California-based company that’s known for its electric skateboards.Founded in 2012, Boosted develops a handful of e-skateboards, ranging from the $825 Boosted Mini S through to the Boosted Stealth, the latter of which can run at up to 24mph for a range of 14 miles.Boosted graduated from both the Y Combinator and Stanford StartX accelerator programs, and its skateboards are today sold in 34 markets.It’s also one of a growing number of “last-mile” mobility startups to gain traction.Boosted cofounder and former CEO Sanjay Dastoor left the company last year, and he went on to launch an e-scooter startup called Skip, which raised a $100 million debt round earlier this month, in addition to a $25 million equity round back in July.
There is an updated map filled with new terrain and locations to check out.We are going to go over all of the new areas, places to explore, and changes to once familiar locales, so that you are ready to jump back into Fortnite Battle Royale.We will also help you familiarize yourself with the new areas and point out a few places that we think are worth visiting.At least 25 percent of the entire map has been altered significantly, with most of the changes taking place in the southwest quadrant.This is the first time we’ve seen such a huge change since the removal of Moisty Mire and the addition of the desert and Paradise Palms to the southeast.Epic Games totally skipped over cars, skateboards, bikes, trucks, snowmobiles, and went straight to flying in the skies.
We might not be traveling in flying cars and hovercrafts but having an electric scooter will have all your friends wondering why they don’t travel with one themselves.Forget electric skateboards and hoverboards, you want to start 2019 with an electric scooter.Just in time for the holiday season you can grab these fancy electric scooters for a fraction of the price, sold exclusively on Amazon.Usually priced at $550, you can save $215 on the Segway for Cyber Monday.The Segway MiniPro tops out at 10 mph and has a 12.5-mile range, so you’ll have no trouble covering ground to show it off.Through the app you can also sound an anti-theft alarm, see vehicle diagnostics, control speed, and even customize your LED tail lights.
What’s the opposite of memory lane?Try TechCrunch Shenzhen’s Startup Alley — a veritable future-fest, crammed full of startup hopefuls all aiming to become the technology of the future.Shenzhen has been called the hardware capital of the world, and accordingly, many of the startups on display this week were gadgets: high-tech dog bones, skin scanners and skateboards.Yi-Yuan Intelligence‘s AI device is a face-scanner aimed at beauty salon customers.Visitors place their heads into a sleek looking hood that takes five flash photos then uses machine learning to rate their skin on attributes such as oiliness, bumpiness and number of beauty marks or blemishes.The company claims the software can identify acne with a 98% accuracy rate.
Inboard, the startup that sells a range of electric scooters and skateboards, has just opened sales of its first premium scooter to the market just in time for the holiday season.The company has already sold 285 of the scooters in a private pre-sale with 80% of the orders coming from the United States and 35% coming from inside California.Best known for its M1 electric skateboard, the “Glider” electric scooter will become the second product in the Inboard suite.Retailing for $999 the Glider scooter boasts a swappable battery and an integrated app that gives users information about their location while on the go and provide traffic information and diagnostics and maintenance alerts, according to the company.“The Glider is the confluence of hardware mastery, software expertise and our team’s relentless ambition to provide safer and smarter urban transportation,” said Inboard co-founder and chief executive, Ryan Evans.“Our goal is not only to release the most advanced e-scooter on the market, but to enter the space responsibly and lead with safety.
Our cities are getting crowded, and people are trying alternate means of transportation, like electric bikes, scooters, and skateboards.In that spirit, I tried out one of the latest Bamboo GTX Street electric longboards from Evolve Skateboards.Or rather, I had my college kid try it out for me.She was a little better at staying on the board.The 97 millimeter Evolve GT street wheels with a super carve truck system for stability while doing tight turns.It has black grit tape on the surface with the orange Evolve logo.
Electric skateboards are everywhere, and you can thank the sudden boom in rideable companies for that.Boosted Boards leads the charge, but it’s not the only player in the market.Evolve Skateboards has been around for a few years, and it recently released an updated version of its Bamboo GTX electric skateboard.On one hand, the GTX Bamboo board has great build quality with huge trucks, wheels, a flexible bamboo deck, and a total weight of 19.4 pounds.But the remote, which looks like an off-the-shelf part, isn’t flattering at all.The cheap, warped plastic display looks more fitting for a toy than the remote for a $1,700-plus piece of rideable technology.