Tesla Launches Limited Edition Surfboard

Built in collaboration with Lost Surfboards and world-renowned shaper Matt “Mayhem” Biolos, the Tesla Surfboard is made to carve the surf like their cars carve the pavement. It’s made with a mixture of the same matte and gloss finishes used on their cars and is reinforced with “Black Dart” carbon fiber. Limited to just 200 examples, it will fit in the Model S, Model X, and Model 3. Also we recommend you to check electric surfboard.

Razor Ripsurf – A Board That Brings Surfing To The City

Razor, creators of the popular drift racing Crazy Cart, have developed the Razor Ripsurf, a board that brings surfing to the city. The board’s styling and function were guided by the feel of surfing and features of a real surfboard, the end product mimics the feel of surfing on a concrete environment. Ripsurf uses Razor’s RipStik Air technology which allows riders to speed up and slow down without ever taking their foot off the board, and, by moving your body in the same way as surfers ride waves, the RipSurf will keep going until you decide to stop. So, if you’re interested you can but this board here.

Electric Surfboard That Doesn’t Need Waves

Aquila Boards have spent the last few years developing an electric jet surfboard for their brand Onean, with the help of product engineering company Bizintek. The surfboards make it possible to surf without any waves. “Aquila presents an electric jet board to enjoy high speed over water. From cruising over the water surface for the most adventurous ones to the most extreme performances for adrenaline fans. We have designed several boards and propulsion systems so you can choose the best for you. Lightweight and fast. Its powerful electric jet is environmentally friendly and really intuitive to use.”