Can I ride it in the Grass?
YES. You can cruise over cut grass from a dead stop but may want to get a rolling start if it's on the longer side. Grass takes more energy to roll over than asphalt, so it will slow any board down and use more battery than it would on hard surfaces.
Miles is designed for asphalt, concrete, and other hard surfaces and that's where it really shines. Don't let that stop you from getting creative though. Take the board to the golf course and shred it up if you fancy!!
Can I ride it in the Sand?
NO! Sand is too fluffy to get through on even the MIles Dual. The board just sinks in and sprays sand everywhere. You'd need big off-road tires to get over sand, and even then, only hard-packed wet sand will work. Miles is not an off-road board, but if you want to get creative you can always fly over hard dirt trails or grass!!
Can I ride it Off-Road?
It's not the smoothest ride we've ever had, but it definitely powers through to get you from point A to B!! While it is meant to shred the streets, the board can handle grass & gravel surfaces. The Powerful Hub Motors and Extremely Durable Wheels combine to allow you to continue shredding through those rough terrains!!
Can I ride it underwater?
The board is water resistant, not waterproof. That means you can ride through light rain and decent sized puddles but you can’t go swimming with it. The motors are completely waterproof and can run completely underwater. The electronics and battery in the deck are not waterproof, so it’s not a good idea to submerge the whole board or ride in heavy/torrential rains. The warranty does not cover water damage.
Can you ride it with no battery or no remote?
Yes! The hub motors are precision engineered for the least drag possible. Miles is a breeze to push and cruises almost as fast as a traditional push longboard.
Can it do powerslides?
Yup! Can you?