A group of London-based designers, engineers, and avid skaters set out to build a longboard designed to navigate—or should we say “shred”—urban terrain.
With twice the number of wheels as the regular ones and built-in shock absorbers in the chassis, AllRover conforms to the shape of the surface you’re riding over. The wheels move independently and adapt for a softer, less jolty journey.
And when you’re not riding, its maple wood and aluminum body is lightweight and easy to carry. The designers embedded a handle cutout into its design to give you a better grip.
Whether you want to dominate stairs and sidewalks, or you just want a sweet board to traverse the city, this rugged ride does all of the above.