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Electric Skateboard Handlebar - Best Tool for Beginner and Vlogger

by Uditer Board on Dec 16, 2020

Electric Skateboard Handlebar - Best Tool for Beginner and Vlogger
It was one sunny day, Spike, the founder of Uditer board carried his electric skateboard to meet up with his friends in the SunnyBrook Park. One of his friends, Jason, feels very curious about the electric skateboard. He knows a normal longboard but has never seen a board with a motor on it that can drive by itself.

Although Jason wants to try it out but he is pretty scared. He never tried skateboarding before and he is not good at balancing at all. After many people's encouragement, Jason finally decided to give it a try. Even if he was super careful, he still fell from the board and got hurt. Since then, he never tried it again. Other friends had heard his story and felt that electric skateboarding is a dangerous sport.

After this incident, Spike and his team discovered that currently, electric skateboards are not an easy sport for beginners. Many people feel it is cool to ride it, but most of the time fear stopped them from trying it. Therefore Spike started to think about how to make it easier for beginners? He discussed with the team if there is something that people can hold. Wouldn't that be safer and easier for people to try it out? Scooter has 2 wheels, people can ride it because there is a handlebar to help to keep the balance. How about installing a handlebar as well for our electric skateboard?

The Uditer team discussed how the handlebar should be designed. First of all, it should be firm and can be quickly assembled and disassembled to achieve portability. A few months later, a sample of the Uditer Handlebar has been generated. 

Now people can hold it while skateboarding on the road. Yes, it is more comfortable to have something grab in hand. Now Spike thinks it might be a little too simple if it only serves this purpose. Gradually beginners get used to the board and they might be no longer need it. It has such a short life cycle and this is always a concern for the Uditer team.

Spike is a part time photographer and usually carries his camera to shoot some pictures or videos while skateboarding. He thought that it will be a great idea if the camera can be mounted on the skateboard. The vloggers and photographers would definitely love it! Not only it helps beginners at the early stage, but it can also help some pros to release their hands and increased their safety.

After several times of tests and modifications, we added the interface for the installation of cameras/gopro/insta360. The final prototype of the handlebar is successfully verified and produced, which we also have obtained a patent.

This handlebar is compatible with most of the electric skateboards on the market. You only need to install the handlebar base on the head of the electric skateboard, and you can freely install/uninstall it.

High tensile CNC magnesium-aluminum alloy
Adjustable height: 74/82/90 cm
Camera mount; Compatible with most cameras and stabilizers

Now the final product is on the market and no other brands have our handlebar feature. We proudly say that we invented "Scooterboard" and the optionality of the handlebar will definitely serve the needs of a lot of people.

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