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The 15 Best Off Road Hoverboards

By Brody Patterson


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The adrenaline junkies always look for different gadgets that will indulge their adventurous streak. The off-road hoverboards are fairly new rideables that will give you enough thrills.

Rain or shine, off road hoverboards will be able to withstand the different types of terrains, unlike the traditional models that are made for smooth roads. They provide the rider with speed, stability, and range, among other important considerations.

What is it about those gadgets that you should be looking for when shopping for an off-road hoverboard?

Some of the specs to look for

Hoverboards what to look for
Gotrax hoverboards

Motor Power

For the off-road hoverboards it is imperative that the motor is strong enough to be able to propel the heavier and larger tires. Usually, the all terrain boards come with dual motors, each being at least 250-watts. They are paired with a 36v battery as well.

If you choose to, you can go even higher in power, especially if you know that the terrains where you’re venturing to are especially treacherous. One thing to keep in mind is that the more powerful the motor, the faster it will drain the battery.

Battery and Range

Which brings us to the next point, battery life and strength. Most boards use lithium-ion batteries, even though they are known to be unstable. They are thoroughly tested though, and considered safe.

The range might also be important when shopping for your board. They are usually in the 7-15 miles range before they need to recharge. And they usually take 2-4 hours to recharge, so be mindful of that when planning your outings.

Speed and Hill Grade

If you’re into hoverboards, chances are you like speed. The average hoverboard can go at about 6mph, but the pricier ones can top 10mph. That’s pretty fast for a board that has no protection.

Another consideration is the board’s ability to handle hills. Most models on this list are able to handle inclines that are between 18-30 degrees. Anything steeper is probably too dangerous to venture on, so keep that in mind.

Wheel Size and Type

EPIKGO hoverboards
EPIKGO hoverboards

One important factor to consider is the wheels. They need to be rugged, sturdy, and have great threads. Some terminology to keep in mind is pneumatic, Never-Flat, or tubeless. Shock-absorbance will do wonders to your overall comfort.

The all-terrain hoverboards come with wheels that are around 6.5-inches, all the way up to 10.5-inches. The larger the wheel, the easier it is to ride.

Weight Limit

It might seem self-implied, but check for the weight limit the board is able to handle. We are not all created equally, so keep an eye on the maximum weight the board says it can handle.

They usually can go to an average of 220lb, but some go up to 300lbs. That is also linked to the motor wattage, so if the board doesn’t specify the weight it can handle, go with a more powerful motor.


Last but not least, safety is the most important consideration. This is not a time to skimp on safety features to save a few bucks. If you’re a first time rider, look for a UL certification. They will usually include the UL2272 compliance certification, so you know you’re in good hands.
What those numbers mean is that the board passes battery safety, electrical and fire issues.

Just like any new hobby, be prudent at first, until you get a feel for the board. Then you can venture out and get more bold. Remember that safety is more important than fun! Having said all this, check out the 15 best off road hoverboards:

15. EPIKGO Classic

EPIKGO Classic

If safety is your main concern, Epikgo is the brand to go with. This model of off-road hoverboard comes with a wheel size of 8.5 inches, and weighs 26 lbs. The 800W motor is strong enough to handle all types of terrains, and the board is one of the safest on the market.

It comes with a UL2271 certified smart battery, so there’s no fire or electrical hazards to worry about. The top speed it reaches is 8mph, and it has a range of 10 miles, or an hour of riding.

14. Gotrax SRX Pro

Gotrax SRX Pro

Are you looking for a reasonably priced hoverboard that is safe and allows you to have hours of fun? This model from Gotrax is an all-terrain board with some pretty interesting specs.

Rugged 8.5 inch tires that can hold up to 220 lbs, a 500-watt motor that can handle most terrains, and a battery that allows you to venture out for 7.5 miles. Not the fastest, it can reach 7.5 mph, but the lower speed allows you to ride longer.

13. City Cruiser 6.5” Scooter Hoverboard

City Cruiser 6.5” Scooter Hoverboard

Perfect for kids, this is not of the same caliber as others on this list, but still fun enough to deserve a mention. As a first board for your kids to get accustomed to riding, this hoverboard does the job just fine.

The LED lights are a cool feature the little ones love, and although it can go off-road it is not the most robust model.

12. Gyroor Warrior

Gyroor Warrior

This is the best off road hoverboard that offers lots of features and also comes under $350. Many cool specs such as powerful LED lights for nighttime and a Bluetooth speaker make riding this board super fun. It is also safe with its shock-absorbant tires and a self-balancing mode.

It can handle angles of 30 degrees max, and the 8.5 inch tires make it easy to avoid obstacles on the road. The lithium-ion battery and the 700-watt motor allow you to go for rides of 7.5-9.5 miles.

11. Hyper GoGo

Hyper GoGo

This is a great gift for both young and old, and it can even handle snow. This self-balancing scooter has a 400W dual motor that can go to max 6 mph and up an incline of 10 degrees. You can connect it to your phone via Bluetooth , and the LED lights make riding it at night also possible.

The electric scooter has a cool safety feature that makes it an interesting model. If by some chance the board starts to overheat, an alarm will go off to warn you.

10. Xprit Off-Road Hoverboard

Xprit Off-Road Hoverboard

One of the lightest on the market, the Xprit off-board is great for kids over the age of 8. But you can enjoy it too, if you don’t mind the slower speed and short range it offers. With great self-balancing technology and LED lights, it is a fun model to start off with.

The battery lasts about an hour on a full charge, and it takes three hours to recharge. The 250W dual motor might not be the most powerful, but you can climb a slope of 15 degrees incline.

9. Jetson Aero Hoverboard

Jetson Aero Hoverboard

The lightest hoverboard on our list, the Jetson Aero weighs in at only 19 pounds. It gives you the feeling of walking on air, and with self-balancing capabilities you can enjoy a smooth ride.

Not the fastest we found, the 300 watt motor allows it to go to a max of 7 mph for a range of 7 miles before its time to charge the battery again. The wheels light-up and give it a cool look, although it is lacking a Bluetooth.

8. Hover-1 Nomad All-Terrain Hoverboard

Hover-1 Nomad All-Terrain Hoverboard

This is a great option from a company that has a long history of rideables, so their products are as close to perfection as they get. You know you can rely on their products, even if they are not the top rated board on our list. The learning mode is one of their features customers appreciate, along with many other cool specs.

Their mobile app is great for tracking, and the Bluetooth allows you to listen to your music while riding. Easy to control, it features some pretty sturdy tires.

7. EPIKGO Premier

EPIKGO Premier

A self-balancing scooter that is all but ordinary, the Premier from Epikgo boasts a luxurious design that comes in gold. Equipped with great 8.5 inches tires that can handle any terrain and a dual 400-watt motor, the board can climb a 30-degree incline andand reach up to 10 mph.

With an hour, max two to fully charge, you can go have fun for 12 miles on a single charge. Safety features and water-resistant, it offers a lot of great specs, although a bit on the pricier side.

6. Tomoloo Eagle V2

Tomoloo Eagle V2

This is a cool model that offers a great Bluetooth stereo speaker system and a thorough app that gives you complete control of your board. Though lacking in the battery department, it is ok to ride 8.5 miles at a slower pace. The dual-motor system provides 350 watts of nominal power and can go to speeds of maximum 9.3 mph.

The tires are pretty sturdy. At 8.5 inches, they are able to handle weight of up to 265 pounds. Also it offers many safety features, which make it a good option.

5. FutureSaw Pro Edition

FutureSaw Pro Edition

The extra premium lithium-ion battery of this hoverboard is probably its best feature. One of the fastest to charge, you can go longer and faster after only about 1-1.5 hours of charging time. You can ride for about 5-6 hours, at top speeds of 6.2 mph. The construction is sturdy as well, and it can go over pretty much any terrain.

The LED lighting that illuminates 6.5 feet ahead makes this a great option for night riding as well. Equipped with a German dual-motor that boasts 350 watts each, this board can tackle steeper hills than others on this list.

4. Gyroor F1 Hoverboard

Gyroor F1 Hoverboard

Remember the article we did on “Back to the Future” shoes? Well, this hoverboard goes hand in hand with those shoes, and the design looks similar to the one featured in the film. One of the best self-balancing boards out, and it comes with lots of cool specs.

The body is made almost entirely from aluminum, and it boasts 8.5” solid rubber tires that can tackle any terrains. Equipped with a 350W dual motor and a lithium ion battery, you can have fun for a range of 9.5 miles before having to recharge it again.

3. Segway Ninebot S

Segway Ninebot S

This powerful hands-free ride is built for both the indoors and outdoors. It has fast speeds, and the cool app it comes with allows you to have control off-road. This is ideal for those who enjoy speed, but you need to pass the tutorial first before enjoying it fully.

Once you reach top speeds, in this case 10mph, the auto-braking system kicks in. It comes with a dual-motor system that is powerful enough at 800 watts, and you can enjoy it on 15 degree angle hills. A longer charge time (4 hours) allows you to have fun for 13.7 miles, or just over an hour, depending on the terrain.

2. Swagtron T6 Outlaw

Swagtron T6 Outlaw

A powerful hoverboard that is equipped with dual motors totaling 700 watts, tough construction, and high-thread 10-inch tires. If you were in the market for a real heavy-duty all-terrain board, this is one of the best available. On top of all the safety features, it also comes with Bluetooth speakers that are controlled by the Swagtron app.

But its most impressive feature is possibly its air-tubeless tires. At 10-inches, they have high threads and offer great traction, even on bumpy roads. The board can also accommodate up to 420 lbs, which makes this the sturdiest built hoverboard.

1. Halo Rover X

Halo Rover X

If you’re looking for the best model on the market, the Halo Rover X gains the top spot. It is equipped with the most powerful battery and motor, it has many protective features, and it also offers some training modes. Whether you’re new to this sport or you’re looking to upgrade your existing model, this offers the best money can buy.

While learning, the Ride-assist Technology keeps your board upright, and you can start off with the Beginner training mode, before moving on to Normal or Advanced. Great for both kids and adults, it can hold up to 260 pounds. The dual independent motor has 800 watts, which allows you to go up to 10 miles or two hours riding time. The battery is certified LG Lithium Fireside, so it causes no overheating.

These are the 15 best off-road hoverboards you can find at the moment. Just remember to have fun, but stay safe while doing it!

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