Evolve Skateboards is one of the largest and most famous manufacturer of electric skateboards worldwide. The Evolve electric skateboards are known for their high quality and performance. Evolve focuses with their products on the top segment in the e-skate industry. The electric skateboards from Evolve are known for their high speed, large range and possibility for customizing. Customizing means that you can decide for yourself which kind of parts you want for your electric skateboard. You can place almost all kind of skate wheels and you can play with the drive gear to accelerate faster or go faster.
Evolve has different models to offer something for every budget. They have the following models: Evolve Bamboo GT, Evolve Bamboo GTX and Evolve Carbon GT. These models differ from each other in terms of price and performance. As usual, you get more for your money if you pay more. To give a clear picture we have made an overview of the differences between the models.
Evolve Bamboo GT
The Evolve Bamboo GT is one of the first models of Evolve and also the most sold model. This model is also seen as the entry model of Evolve Skateboards. The Bamboo GT has, as the name suggests, a deck made of bamboo wood. This electric skateboard has two engines which deliver together 3000 watts of power. This power will let you drive speeds of 42 km/h and this gives more than enough kick to let the adrenaline flow through your body. The Evolve Bamboo GT has the smallest battery of all Evolve models. The battery of this model with the street wheels has a range up to 35km and with all-terrain wheels up to 20km. The hill grade of this model is 25% so driving up a big hill is no problem.
Evolve Bamboo GTX
The Evolve Bamboo GTX is one of the newest models from Evolve. Like the Bamboo GT, the Bamboo GTX has also a deck of bamboo wood. This model also has 2 engines which deliver together 3000 watts of power. The biggest difference between the Bamboo GT and Bamboo GTX is the battery. The battery capacity of the GTX is 10Ah and that of the GT 6,5Ah. This means that the Bamboo GTX has a bigger battery, which means your battery range is higher. The range of this model is with the street wheels up to 50km and with all-terrain wheels up to 30km. This model also has a different design that many people like. The Evolve GTX model also has a hill grade of 25%, which means that driving up a large hill is no problem.
Evolve Carbon GT
The Evolve Carbon GT is a unique model in the e-skate industry. This was one of the first electric skateboards with a carbon deck. This not only looks great but is also functional. All components are incorporated in the deck itself and are therefore not in a cover under the electric skateboard as with the Bamboo models. This model, like the other Evolve models, also has 2 engines which deliver together 3000 watts and give a top speed of 42km/h. The battery capacity of this model is equal to that of the Bamboo GTX. This allows you to drive up to 50km with the street wheels and with the all-terrain wheels up to 30km. This model also has a hill grade of 25%, which means that driving up a large hill is no problem.
You can conclude that there is a lot of difference between the models of Evolve. To make it easier and clear, you can compare the most important aspects in the table below.
|Evolve Bamboo GT
|Evolve Bamboo GTX
|Evolve Carbon GT
|Battery range street wheels
|Up to 35 km
|Up to 50 km
|Up to 50 km
|Battery range all-terrain wheels
|Up to 20 km
|Up to 30 km
|Up to 30 km