How to start riding Radinn electric surfboards?
If you weigh under about 65kg, just try to balance yourself while standing on the board in water, feet positioned a little more than shoulder-width. Slowly start pressing the remote button and you’ll start moving. When braking, slowly lift off the throttle to come to a stop. If you release the throttle too fast, you may end up diving head-first into water – be careful. If you weigh more, the board will not be as stable. So you either jump on the board and start using throttle immediately or start on your belly or knees. Starting on your belly is actually quite safe and fun way to ride the board. Then move up to your knees while keeping constant pressure on throttle.
How to turn with Radinn board?
For beginners, you may want to try it a few times on your belly or on your knees. To turn left, you need to lean left with your whole body and force the board to tilt left. When standing, you may want to move the front leg a bit to the left of the board center line. To turn right, do the opposite. For sharper turns, slow down a bit and move your body weight towards the rear of the board. A fun way to make turns is to grab the left or right handle, lift the board and tilt your body towards to turn.
What is the approximate riding time?
For beginners who are just learning, one charge can last well over an hour – so you can even share this time with 3-4 friends. For experienced riders who mostly ride with full throttle and acceleration, it can be 30-40 mins. The board slows down slightly when battery starts to get empty.
Where could I ride my Radinn surfboard?
For beginners the best would be to ride on flat water without waves. This includes smaller lakes, quarries, rivers, closed bays. More experienced riders can be comfortable with riding smaller waves on the sea and even jumping on them.
How to take it out for a ride?
You can usually fit it into a regular car when the seats are lowered or a minivan. Just remember to keep the board in its bag when in transport. When transporting the board, you may want to separate the battery and have the board in one hand and battery in another. The bag has wheels, so you can easily trolley it on a flat pavement.