Lean to move
JCR Board is an electric skateboard designed to be intuitive to control, making them accessible to riders of all skill levels. They use advanced sensors and control systems to provide a smooth, responsive ride that feels like an extension of the rider's own body.
The idea of an intuitively controlled skateboard is not new, but advances in technology have made it more practical to implement. By using sensors to detect the rider's movements and adjust the speed and direction of the board accordingly, these skateboards can be much easier to ride than traditional skateboards.
Leaning forward makes the JCR Board go faster up to a maximum speed of 15 mph (24 km/h) and it will stop automatically if gets off the board. Getting off is not the only way to stop but one of its safety features. The proper to stop is to lean back, which is also the way to go in the reverse direction.
Range is about 9 miles (15 km) and it takes 2 hours for a full charge from empty. It uses a patented dual brushless hub motors built into the wheels that can provide up to 9 N/M of torque to up 20%-30% inclines.