Riding the Tranzite Cross Country 2WD has been an exhilarating experience that brought new life to familiar routes and challenged my skills on more adventurous tracks. It's clear this board caters to those who seek thrills and aren't afraid of a little maintenance work to keep their gear in prime condition.
2 × 1650 W
Thrill-seekers and speed enthusiasts, meet the Tranzite Cross Country 2WD e-Skateboard. Designed for those with a penchant for power and a desire for distance, this ride doesn't disappoint. However, if you prefer a leisurely boardwalk cruise, you might find its robust nature more than you bargained for.
Right off the bat, the robust construction of this e-skateboard impresses. Sporting sleek contours and a sturdy deck, I felt confident taking this beast on rugged paths. Assembly was a breeze; everything clicked into place without hassle, making it clear this board is built to last.
Zipping through city streets at a top speed of 45 km/h was an adrenaline rush. Acceleration is smooth yet forceful, and hills that used to slow me down felt like mere bumps in the road. Braking is responsive and reliable – vital when you're moving this fast. For long rides, battery life never left me stranded, though pushing the limits of speed tended to drain it faster.
The twin 1650 W motors pack a punch. On flat ground or inclines, power delivery was consistent without faltering. The 559 Wh battery kept up with my demands; even after multiple outings in various conditions, it held its charge well against the specifications.
Tubeless wheels meant less worry about punctures and more focus on enjoyment. They handled urban debris with ease but took some getting used to off-road. Braking instilled confidence during each ride – essential when navigating through unpredictable environments.
Maneuvering the Cross Country 2WD felt intuitive after only a few rides. Comfort was paramount whether I was carving asphalt or tackling tougher terrain. Even so, riders looking for a softer suspension might find the ride a bit stiff on bumpier trails.
Maintenance proved straightforward with easy-to-follow guidance from Tranzite. When faced with minor issues, customer service was cooperative, although I mostly managed fixes myself thanks to accessible parts that made DIY repairs uncomplicated.
The quality remote control was like an extension of my hand – precise and ergonomic. Electric gauges provided real-time data to keep tabs on my ride's status while safety features such as reflective decals were thoughtful touches that didn't go unnoticed during evening escapades.
Considering everything – from hair-raising speeds to dependable design – I give it an 8/10. Some improvements could be made in terms of comfort over diverse terrains, but overall it’s a solid performer that lives up to its specs.
|Tranzite Cross County 2WD
|2 × 1650 W
|2WD, hub drive, 228 mm tubeless