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I’m not much of a skater; I’ve always envied those people who are able to do amazing aerial tricks and stunts using only gravity and a piece of wood with wheels attached. Even so, anyone riding the Wheelman Bushpig motorized skateboard won’t be doing any aerial acrobatics anytime soon, but they will have one of the coolest new two wheeled gadgets to hit the streets since the Segway.
The Wheelman Bushpig is a bit of a cross between a skateboard and a scooter. It has motorized wheels that at high speeds can be steered by shifting your weight left and right, much like riding a skateboard or snowboard. At low speeds, the Bushpig’s front wheel can be angled to change direction. The rider’s speed is controlled by a hand-held controller with throttle and brake controls and is attached via cable directly to the engine, which is mounted directly between the front and rear wheels. The wheels themselves are spoke-less and the rider can slide their foot into them to move them left and right. There are no axels on the Bushpig to be found, and it’s the axel-less, spoke-less design that the manufacturers claim allows the Bushpig to handle rough terrain on the beach and in the woods and brush as well as on city streets and sidewalks.
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The Bushpig takes a mixture of oil and gas as fuel, much like a lawnmower, and can hold about a liter at a time. That liter provides over an hour of ride time before needing to refuel, so don’t expect the Bushpig to replace your bike or electric scooter anytime soon.
Even so, the manufacturer claims that it’s “the best thing to hit personal transportation since the invention of the shoe.” I’ll reserve judgment on that, but the Bushpig has been recognized in Time magazine and according to the manufacturer has been highlighted in Australia as a “Best Invention of the Year.”
The Bushpig comes in a couple of different colors: black with blue trim, silver with orange trim, and several more color combinations are on the way. It weighs about 45 pounds. Unfortunately, the Bushpig only comes with a 90-day warranty, a bit short for such a complex machine, but if you can afford it at $995.00 (on sale for $870.00), you can also probably afford repairs should anything go wrong.
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