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Editor's Note

Riding the Bajaboard G4X feels like commanding a wild stallion that's learned finesse—it thrills with raw power yet obeys with grace when guided correctly. While it may not be everyone's daily commuter due to weight and size, for those seeking excitement beyond conventional skateboarding limits, it's a formidable choice.

BajaBoard G4X

BajaBoard G4X
  • Range

    34 km, 21 miles (34 km)

  • Top Speed

    60 km/h, 37 mph

  • Battery Size

    900 Wh, 550 Wh / 900 Wh

  • Max Load

    350 lbs (160 kg)


  • Exceptional power and speed
  • High-quality build that endures
  • Responsive braking system


  • Heavier than average e-skateboards
  • Limited availability of replacement parts
  • Not suitable for air travel

Product Overview

Picture this: you're an adrenaline junkie or a seasoned boarder looking to elevate your ride with electric thrust. That's where the Bajaboard G4X comes in. Precision engineered for the thrill-seeker who craves performance without compromising on rugged durability. But, this isn't your typical cruiser; it's a powerhouse that beckons the bold.

Design and Build Quality:

Grasping the G4X, you immediately sense its robustness. Crafted with a sturdy frame, this e-skateboard feels like it can withstand a good deal of roughhousing. Aluminum and high-impact plastic meld together, forming not just a mode of transport but a durable companion on adventures. Assembly was straightforward—fewer puzzles, more action—allowing me to hit the roads swiftly.

Overall Performance:

Let's talk gusto. Whether darting through cityscapes or scaling steep hills, the G4X didn't flinch. With an exhilarating top speed of 37 mph, it's fast. Not just quick on the straightaways, but also agile when carving turns or maneuvering obstacles. Braking is responsive; crucial when pushing limits means needing reliable stopping power. On full charge, I managed to get close to its advertised 21-mile range—even with generous throttle use.

The Motors & Battery:

Four belt-driven motors underpin the torque-rich tale of this beast. Each contributes to a symphony of power that propels you forward with assertiveness yet smoothness. Battery life proved true to form, sustaining throughout long rides and recharging within the expected window—a pleasant absence of range anxiety.

The Wheels & Braking:

This ride isn't shy about its wheel size—they're large and in charge, offering stability over varied terrains and instilling confidence at higher velocities. When braking was needed urgently, there were no heart-dropping moments; the system brought me to a composed halt every time.

Overall Handling:

Surprisingly nimble for its size, handling was a dream once accustomed to the board's weight and response dynamics. Transitioning from pavement to trail posed no issues; the board maintained composure across different environments.

Maintenance and Repair:

After a week's worth of rides, tinkering was minimal—just routine checks and adjustments which I could handle easily myself. Fortunately, haven't needed repairs yet but knowing that replacement parts aren't as readily available does give pause for thought regarding long-term maintenance.

Additional Features:

The quality remote control became second nature in my hand—intuitive controls paired with clear electric gauges kept me informed without distraction. Safety wasn't an afterthought either; I felt reassured by integrated features designed with rider well-being in mind.


Given all facets explored during my escapades, I'd rate this mechanical marvel at an 8/10. Its blend of strength, speed, and agility are praiseworthy although accessibility to spare parts and its considerable heft hold back perfection.

BajaBoard G4X Specification

BajaBoard G4XBajaboard G4X
25 kg55 lbs (25kg)
Max Load
350 lbs (160 kg)
34 km21 miles (34 km)
Top Speed
60 km/h37 mph
Battery Size
900 Wh550 Wh / 900 Wh
Drive Train
4WD, belt drive, 254 mm4 x Belt
Air Travel Friendly
Recharge Time
2 - 3.5 hours
Hill Climbability
45 %

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