Side perspective overall view Overall perspective view of Radium Performance Mach One XP3 Electric Skateboard


Formula 1 inspired carbon fibre monocoque chassis with interchangeable decks.

Hollow carbon fibre deck with urethane edge. Weighing just 1.1kg.

Super compact double stack battery for optimal weight distribution.
So slim you can’t even see the battery enclosure unless you take quite a few steps back.

First modular PCB battery where P groups can be serviced with ease, no wires, P groups are individually fused.

The first swing arm suspension system. Allows for a super compact light weight monocoque chassis with a contoured deck while having more damped shock absorption than a wood deck AND more responsive and precise handling.

Advanced trucks based on modern downhill longboard technology developed over 6 generations. Split bushing system reduces unwanted hangar movement and provides enough bushing support that we can run an insane 60 degree front steering angle which is more than any other board. With a 30 degree rear angle for high speed stability this means the majority of steering comes from the front which is the lightest end of the board with no motors, this helps to hide the weight and make the board feel super agile.

The first torque vectoring system on an electric skateboard. Significantly increases traction and acts like power steering, making the board turn sharper and feel even more alive.

The first motors designed specifically for electric skateboarding. With hundreds of hours spent on development, these motors output insane power for their size and can take a serious beating.

The first electric skateboard to use polyurethane timing belts. After our insane motors obliterated every brand of rubber belt we tested, we discovered the answer was polyurethane. With much better wear properties than rubber and higher stiffness, polyurethane belts experience less tooth deflection and stretching under load, allowing for more direct power transfer and significantly longer lifespan.

Advanced foam core rubber wheels. Not far into testing our first prototype boards we realised conventional polyurethane wheels were just not adequate anymore and were the major limiting factor of our boards. We had little interest in using the wheelchair based pneumatic rubber wheels that other boards use, so we’ve been on a mission to re-invent the skateboard wheel with an airless rubber design that offers superior handling, safety and reliability over any other wheel.