Find your perfect all-terrain hoverboard with our guide to the best of the best in 2020.
With adventure-rich features like dust and water resistance and heavy tread air filled tires. Hoverboards have gone from self-balancing scooters to off-road all terrain personal vehicles.
Hoverboards may have started as the result of a dream to be able to one day ride a skateboard without using any ‘manpower’ but today they are a green mode of personal transportation with endless possibilities.
Many of the newer innovations have taken hoverboards from a run ride on the road to an off-road all terrain personal vehicle. These newer models have features built with adventure in mind, from unsurpassed durability, safety features and stronger motor-power to get you through whatever comes your way.
All Terrain Hoverboards
Just like regular hoverboards, all-terrain hoverboards are not all built to the same standards or with the same features. It is important to consider all features included in the model for both safety and durability and consider how they add up to your individual needs.
While many all-terrain vehicles boast impressive features, if they aren’t durable or safe enough for your needs they will not be a good fit. It is also important to consider who will be using the hoverboard. While you may purchase the perfect fit for your personal use, it may have too much power for younger members of the family. Or you may purchase with your teen in mind but it may not have the power to carry a larger adult’s weight.
With so much to consider before what is a larger purchase, here at BestERide we have compiled the best of the best when it comes to off-road or all-terrain hoverboards. Our handy guide is designed to help you make the best decision when it comes to your next all-terrain self-balancing scooter purchase.
1. Halo Rover Off-Road Hoverboard
With a reputation as the best hoverboard on the market and winner of 2019 hoverboard of the year, of course we had to include the Halo Rover Off-Road hoverboard in our list. This hoverboard has thought of it all-safety, durability and affordability.
One of the nicest features of the Halo Off-Road hoverboard is its family-friendly design. The minimum weight for the hoverboard is 45 lbs and the maximum is 260 lbs. It also features three different power modes: learning, beginner and advanced. This means that a seasoned rider can experience the speed and power they want and a new rider can learn with a safer set of controls.
The safety features do not end there. The Halo Off-Road hoverboard is also UL-2272 certified and uses LG lithium ion batteries. Which means this model has been cleared of any of the overheating issues that plagued many hoverboards in the past. Riders can enjoy this self-balancing scooter without worry.
Of course safety is a great feature to have, but what we really want to know about is the off-roading features. The Halo Rover Off-Road hoverboard features 8.8 inch tires. Unlike many of its competitors, this hoverboard’s tires feature a deep tread; making them ideal for sand, mud or snow. The Halo Rover also boasts an IPX4 rating compliance, making it possible to operate in the rain or snow.
In fact, this hoverboard was made with power and durability in mind. It features dual 400 watt motors that can get up to speeds of 12 MPH and handle inclines up to 20 degrees on uneven terrain.
Water and wet conditions will not affect the Halo Rover Off-Road hoverboard’s performance. It has LED lights on the front and rear to provide visibility in low light conditions as well as signal other riders or pedestrians to your presence. Going off-roading is a breeze thanks to its smartphone app which provides GPS guidance and allows you to monitor battery power.
All in all the Halo Rover Off-Road hoverboard provides a safe, all-terrain ride suitable for the whole family. Purchase yours here.
Pros: Family-friendly, safe, GPS
Cons: heavy, expensive
2. TOMOLOO V2 Eagle Off Road Hoverboard
If you are looking for a more budget-conscious buy than the Halo Rover but still want all the power the TOMOLOO V2 Eagle Off Road hoverboard may be the right model for you. This hoverboard is less expensive than the Halo Rover but still offers many of the same features.
The TOMOLOO V2 Eagle offers dual 350 w motors to offer speeds up to 12 MPH and can go up to 12 miles on a single charge. This is right up there with many of the more expensive models on the market, yet at a much more affordable price.
The TOMOLOO V2 Eagle hoverboard also did not skimp on safety. This model is UL 2272 Certified for safety so riders don’t have to worry about any overheating or shock hazards that may have been associated with early hoverboards. The TOMOLOO V2 Eagle features a fire resistant outer shell makes this hoverboard fireproof, shock-proof and water resistant. It also features anti-slip foot pads. This is an important feature since even travelling over challenging terrain such as mud, snow or dirt won’t make this hoverboard overheat.
The TOMOLOO V2 Eagle is also perfect for any type of user. It boasts three different speed modes which can be controlled with its smartphone app. The TOMOLOO V2 Eagle will warn its users when they are approaching maximum speed so they are able to safely slow themselves down.
Speaking of the smartphone app, it also offers many fun features. Not only does it offer GPS support (a great option for all-terrain models) but it also gives the user an accurate read of the battery power remaining. While no one wants to be left carrying their hoverboard, at least the TOMOLOO V2 Eagle is relatively light compared to its counterparts. This hoverboard weighs in at 29 lbs.
Pros: Great safety features, three different speed modes, GPS, inexpensive
Cons: Not suitable for younger riders
3. Gyroor Warrior
Boasting great value and family-friendly features, the Gyroor Warrier hoverboard is a great addition to our all-terrain hoverboard list.
This all-terrain hoverboard is suitable for ages 7 and up and has self-balancing technology to help even the newest of riders quickly become seasoned experts. The smartphone app also allows you to control the speed of the board easily with both child and adult modes so you can gradually learn to master the 700 watt motor.
The Gyroor Warrior Hoverboard is designed for durability and stability. The body of this hoverboard is made with 90% aluminum making it durable and flexible. It is IP54 Certified water resistant which is important when taking your hoverboard off roading. Its large 8.5 inch wheels are shock absorbent with deep treads to take on many different terrains.
The Gyroor Warrior has the power to take on up to 30 degree inclines and can go between 7.5 and 9.5 miles on a single charge.
Like many other hoverboards on this list, the Gyroor Warrior has bluetooth speakers to connect to your favorite music and LED lights that can be customized with their smartphone app. One nice feature that the Gyroor Warrior includes is an anti-theft alarm. Not often seen on a hoverboard but a nice feature to have considering the cost of these items.
Pros: Designed for 7 years and up with child mode, IP54 Certified water resistant, can take on 30 degree angles
Cons: Does not have GPS, Max speed is 9.95 miles per hour
4. Swagtron Swagboard Outlaw t6
When it comes to hoverboards, one of the biggest limitations in enjoying these self-balancing scooters can be the maximum weight limits.
While more and more models are able to handle more than the previous 220 lbs weight maximum, the Swagtron Swagboard Outlaw t6 has really made a board that is inclusive to almost everyone. This tough, all terrain option has a maximum weight capacity of 420 lbs and a minimum weight of just 44 lbs. This means it is truly a toy for kids of all ages-especially big kids!
What sets the Swagtron Swagboard apart is its 10 inch inflatable rubber tires set on aluminum wheels. The benefit of inflatable wheels versus solid wheels is their ability to absorb shock from uneven terrain. The tires also feature a deep tread to allow its users to travel through dirt, grass, snow and even gravel.
The Swagtron Swagboard features three different riding modes: learning mode, standard mode and advanced mode. Learning mode limits the speed so new riders don’t accidentally find themselves going 10 MPH, standard mode gives more freedoms and advanced mode gives the rider more fine motor control over the hoverboard and makes it easier to reach the maximum speed.
The Swagtron Swagboard has two 300 watt motors to give this hoverboard a top speed of 12 MPH and a range of about 12 miles. You can also tackle inclines of up to 30 degrees. Of course, range will vary with use so always make sure to check your battery before heading out.
Another family-friendly feature is that the Swagtron Swagboard was designed with safety in mind. It has built in LED indicators to let others know if you are stopping, starting or turning. The battery features SentryShield multi-layered battery protection, which essentially encases the battery in a damage-proof (fire-proof) aluminum casing. This is a technology exclusive to Swagway Systems. This means that no matter how hard your hoverboard has to work to get you through the rough terrain, you don’t have to worry about your battery overheating.
Pros: Able to handle riders from 44 lbs to 420 lbs, 10 inch tires, three different riding modes
Cons: Does not have a smartphone app therefore no GPS
5. FutureSaw Pro Edition
This well designed hoverboard is our top pick for fastest hoverboard in 2020, and has also found a place on this list for its off-road abilities.
One of the unique design elements of the FutureSaw Pro Edition is its unique chassis height. While many hoverboards have a standard height of only a few inches off the ground, the Future Saw Pro Edition features an unique bowed shape with a full 10 inches off the ground. This is especially helpful in off-roading when the rider may need to drive over larger debris.
In addition to this unique design element, the FutureSaw Pro Edition also has a lot of speed and power behind it to make it ideal for all-terrain. The FutureSaw Pro can carry adults up to 300 lbs and hit speeds of up to 12.5 miles an hour!
It features a duo 350 w motor and advanced lithium ion LG battery to power this hoverboard as far as 12 miles with a single charge. Even though the FutureSaw Pro gives its riders between 5 to 6 hours of ride time, you can still fully charge this model in about 60 to 90 minutes!
This combo of a powerful battery and duo 350 watt motors is great for off-roading as it allows its riders to conquer up to 30 degree inclines! The FutureSaw Pro Edition also features dual bluetooth speakers and a low battery indicator so you can have tunes for your adventures.
Pros: Fastest hoverboard currently available on the market, quick charge time, long lasting battery
Cons: Does not have a smartphone app, no learning modes for beginners
While we are very happy with the top five contenders on our list, we felt there was still room for two more honorable mentions. While the following options did not quite meet our extremely high standards, we feel they both bring some interesting options to the table that deserve some recognition.
The first is the Epikgo Classic. While the Epikgo Classic is certainly not the newest offering from Epkigo, it holds a certain appeal for riders who really want to use their hoverboards as a means of personal transportation, especially commuters. With its attractive design and all terrain abilities the Epikgo Classic is one self-balancing scooter we had to include on our list.
The second honorable mention on this list is the Gotrax SRX Pro. While the SRX Pro is not able to boast nearly the speed or staying power of the other options on our list, it has some family friendly options that certainly warranted an honorable mention.
The SRX Pro features self-balancing technology with a built-in gyroscope that self levels the hoverboard whether the rider is on the hoverboard or not. This technology makes it both easy to ride for a beginner as well as easy to get on and off.
The SRX Pro also has less power and and less speed making it a safer option for younger riders. With a maximum speed of 7.4 MPH it may be an option that parents feel safer letting their children learn on.
So while our honorable mentions may not be ‘the best all-terrain hoverboards of 2020” they still may be the right all-terrain hoverboards for many of our readers.
Epikgo Classic Self Balancing Scooter
Epikgo has branded themselves the indestructible self-balancing scooter. While this claim has yet to be proven, they do boast a sleek high-end design that nods to their California roots.
While some hoverboards may be designed with teens or younger children in mind, the Epikgo series seems to be made with environmentally conscious adults in mind. Epikgo often designs its self-balancing scooters in shades that mimic those seen on cars on the road rather than bikes on the street. For example, the classic series features shades like space gray, elite silver and rose gold.
While the Epikgo outside design is attractive, it isn’t just a pretty package. This self-balancing scooter was truly designed for many different terrains.
It’s 8.5 inch all-terrain solid rubber wheels are designed to easily go from dirt to grass to pavement easily. It features indestructible aluminum wheel covers and an ABS body chassis. It is also 30 % larger than the average hoverboard to give users a stable and more comfortable ride. However, it has been noted in many user reviews that this wider body can make the Epikgo harder to maneuver.
In addition to its stability, the Epikgo Classic was also designed for safety. The Epikgo Classic is rated IP56 for solidness and water resistance and all EpikGo models are UL2272 Certified.
While the Epikgo Classic has a lot of benefits for all-terrain use, it is limited when it comes to the newest bells and whistles that are featured on many of our newer models listed here. For example, while it is not always wanted or needed, the Epikgo Classic does not feature a bluetooth speaker, or different riding modes. While it says it is able to be used by people with a minimum weight of 44 lbs and a maximum weight of 240 lbs it does not feature different riding modes so it may not be user friendly enough, especially since Epikgo is known for its quick acceleration speeds.
Pros: long lasting battery, high safety standards, comfortable ride, attractive design
Cons: Expensive, not easy to learn on, no bluetooth or GPS
Gotrax SRX Pro All-Terrain Hoverboard
With many of the hoverboards on this list child friendly features and safety options were a nice consideration. With Gotrax it seems like these family-friendly features are the first consideration. While the Gotrax SRX Pro All-Terrain hoverboard may not have been especially designed for speed and power, it may be the perfect addition for an outdoorsy family looking for adventure.
The SRX Pro has a self-balancing mode to make it easier for beginners to ride. The SRX Pro has a built in gyroscope that levels the footpads whether there is a rider on it or not. This is a great feature to make it easier for new riders to get on and off the hoverboard.
Like many of the more expensive models on our list, the SRX Pro features 8.5 inch all terrain tires that allow the SRX pro to easily go from pavement to dirt and grass without an issue.
While not boasting nearly as much power as many of the other hoverboards on our list. The SRX Pro hoverboard features a 500 watt motor system and can reach speeds of up to 7.5 miles per hour. While this cannot touch the top speeds of many of the other hoverboards on our list, this still provide a thrilling ride.
Unlike models like the Epikgo Classic, the Gotrax models are designed with kids in mind. With bright and bold colors like candy apple red that kids will love to show off to their friends. The SRX Pro also features bluetooth speakers and LED lights to keep kids focused on the road.
Along with less power also comes a friendlier price tag. The Gotrax SRX Pro is available at less than $200 on their website currently. Compared to some of the more expensive models consumers could choose to buy two SRX Pro hoverboards. This can make a big difference when it comes to purchasing hoverboards for the whole family.
Pros: Self-balancing mode, all-terrain tires, inexpensive
Cons: Less power, can only hold up to 220 lbs, slower speeds
The Best All Terrain Hoverboard is Subjective
Here at The BestERide we have done our best to find the best hoverboards for off-road adventures. However, when it comes to choosing the best hoverboard for you it is important to consider your personal needs. Whether you are looking for speed, safety, the newest technology we will help you find what you are looking for. Did we miss a great model that needs to find its way on this list? Let us know in the comments!