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u/tricker825 · 6 pointsr/boostedboards
  1. It's rare that you will need to replace them ( many go hundreds of miles with no issues ), but a random stray rock or something can tear them sooner. You can pick extra sets up from here:
  2. The wheels handle pretty much everything you throw at them.
  3. The grip tape will last years as long as you take care of it. Pick up some abrasive cleaner and clean it on occasion.
    As far as remote disconnections with the V2, I've never had it lose connection once.
    The only other suggestions I would have are to pick up some bash guards from flatland-3D to preserve the ends of your board, and compressed air to clean hard to reach areas on the board.
    Hope that helped! Have fun!
u/cmagnuson · 16 pointsr/boostedboards

After riding 2,500 miles between my two boards, here are the accessories I bring with me on every ride:

GoPro Hero Session camera: On two occasions I have been assaulted by people in cars while commuting home. They threw an egg and some water at me. After the first incident, I purchased this camera and started riding with it facing behind me. When the second assault occurred, I was able to grab the license plate # from the video footage and got the culprits in trouble with the police.

Fingerless gloves: When you fall off your board, which you surely will if you ride any significant distance, the first part of your body to hit the pavement will probably be the palms of your hands as you catch yourself. Removing the skin from your hands feels terrible, even on small falls. Wearing these gloves provides an extra layer to rub off when you hit the pavement. Make sure you wear fingerless gloves though because full-fingered gloves make it extremely difficult to operate the remote control.

Flatland 3D bash guard and remote ring: These two accessories changed my boarding life completely. Definitely put a bash guard on the tail of your board to prevent the ground from chewing up the tail every time you bring your board vertical. Don't waste your time putting on a nose guard because they don't serve a purpose. The nose of my board never touches anything except my hands and having a guard there makes it more uncomfortable/difficult to handle the nose of the board. When it comes to the remote ring, I cannot recommend this accessory highly enough. Sure, putting a Nintendo Wii remote strap on your Boosted remote will keep it from dropping to the ground. On the other hand, the Flatland 3D remote ring keeps the remote snugly embedded in the palm of your hand even if you fully open your hand and spread all of your fingers. I've even completely fallen off my board and hit the ground without losing grip of my remote. The remote ring is a true game-changer.

A headlamp: A headlamp??? Yes, a headlamp. Why? Well, riding a skateboard at night is one of the most terrifying activities known to man. Any unexpected bumps, cracks, or rocks can send you flying. With a headlamp, you can wear it like a garter around your thigh. This gives the light a perfect vantage point to light up the pavement in front of you. I've used this light in particular to commute at night for a couple years and it works excellently. Light & Motion makes the best lights I've ever used. The build quality is unmatched and their customer service is top notch.

Clear biking glasses: Riding without something over my eyes is very difficult. Dust from the road and insects from the air frequently fly into my eyes unless I am wearing some form of protection. During the day, any pair of sunglasses work fine. However, at night a pair of shades is not a good idea. Instead, I purchased some biking glasses from Smith Optics. This model comes with several lenses: smoke, rose, and clear.

Small towels: If you ride your board any farther than a mile in a single ride, especially if you commute in a city, you will find the bottom of your board covered in dust, muck, and liquids at the end of your ride. Folding a small towel and sticking it in my back pocket has saved me from countless headaches. Instead of getting to my destination with a board dripping with garbage truck juice or covered in mud, I am able to quickly wipe down the bottom of my board so I don't get my hands and clothing dirty. In addition, if I spill anything else on myself while I'm out, I have a handy rag I can quickly utilize. These towels are so cheap that I don't feel bad throwing them away if I trash them.

LED waist belt: When riding at night, being visible is one of the keys to safety. While your garter headband works great to light the path in front of you, this LED waist band makes you much more visible to vehicles approaching you from behind.

A helmet: These protect your noggin. I haven't found a helmet I love yet, but this one does have the best chinstrap I've ever seen. It's magnetic, which means it's impossible to pinch the skin under your chin when putting on the helmet!

u/graydoubt · 4 pointsr/boostedboards

Just one, I had bought a bunch of light up junk totally unrelated for a silly race, and it happened to fit perfectly around the board. Well, perfectly around my board, with those particular bash guards on.

I folded the light strip in half, marked it, taped it center front (just to hold it in place), and put the bash guard over it to lock it into place.

With the hot glue gun, I did one small section at a time. One squeeze of the trigger worth, and then pushed the light strip into it all the way, so it made good contact with the board. Don't try to smooth it like caulk, it'll get weird.

The light strip ends just as it reaches the rear bash guard with about 1 cm space left on each side. So whether or not it looks even depends on how well you centered the whole thing.

With the head and tail light on, it looks pretty good, I think. I Prime Now'd the same Blitzu bike tail light from another post on here that I can't find at the moment. And then ordered the headlight that I figured might fit on the front truck. It does. Barely. Sort of. If you turn hard, you might into some issues. I have yet to really test that before I get a second one. The neat thing is that the headlight(s) now point into the direction I'm turning.

A few more photos of various angles.

u/mtrixman · 6 pointsr/boostedboards

From left to right, the boards are the Tan Tien, Dervish Sama, Icarus, and the Boosted Board. Tan Tien and Dervish Sama are more of my cruising boards with the Icarus a carving board. I mostly ride the Dervish and my wife rides the Tan Tien (since it's smaller). Also bought and returned the Loaded Overland (didn't like it as much)

The stands are the guitar stands from Amazon mentioned here a lot. Here is the link:

I tried out different trucks and wheels and found the orangatang 80a to be the best for me (same as on the Boosted Board). The 2 on the left have Caliber II trucks. I like the Caliber trucks since they spring back to neutral position quickly which is great for cruising and is very stable. The Icarus is meant for carving so it has looser Paris v2 trucks. I tried the 80mm Orangatang Kegal wheels on these boards and always managed to get wheelbite (and thus crashing) so I went with 70mm wheels and can ride without worrying

Nose and tail guards also from Amazon. Highly recommended as these went flying into the curb a few times and no damage to the board:

Hope this helps!

u/Su35SuperFlanker · 0 pointsr/boostedboards

Check my newer replies for details, but here are the links to the stuff
Mounting Clamp
Pretty robust solution imo, easy to install and stable af

u/Boostedubz · 1 pointr/boostedboards

Grip Gum - To Clean Grip Tape:

Rubbing Alcohol - To Clean The Wheels

Damp Cloth - For the bottom of the deck

That is pretty much it but here are some things that you should keep extra of in case of repairs that will come out along with the V2 - Wheels, Belts, Skid Plates, and a spare battery (all optional). To keep its longevity aside from products to buy, avoid driving in wet and/or rocky surfaces. If your board is smoking, making unusual noises, or performing different than normal, get off your board, power it down, and contact Boosted. Do not throw down your Boosted Board like a regular skateboard. If you still have any more questions, feel free to ask!

u/carnutaz · 1 pointr/boostedboards

It’s actually a cheap $12 guitar mount, purchased from It was suggested to me from a video or blog I encountered, which listed it as one of the best accessories for Boosted Boards. It’s a guitar stand, but it works perfectly for Boosted Boards. Link to the product on Amazon is below...

Top Stage Pro Universal Guitar Stand

u/Gooser88 · 1 pointr/boostedboards

Hey awesome, thanks for breaking that down for me =D

I ended up buying these because people in the comments were saying they worked and you know... Amazon prime lol.

u/AnOldBlur · 3 pointsr/boostedboards

Here's what I have-





I only used all of the pads for about the first week or so, but I still wear the wrist guards-they've prevented serious injuries!


Board light (tail of the board):

Board light #2 (front of the board):

Front Backpack light (goes on my backpack strap, or hooked to my jacket on my forward facing shoulder):

Back Backpack light (goes around my backpack):

The board lights aren't super bright, they're mostly so people can see what I'm riding. The O light makes riding at night very safe, and my back light has great visibility.

As for tools, I carry my skate tool and a couple of hexes, and some spare belts. I have a charger I leave in my office and one in my backpack all the time.


Hope this helps!

u/itshoogardun · 3 pointsr/boostedboards

I think it's this one- I bought it in anticipation of getting my board soon. So while I can't say how it holds up with a BB on it, it definitely seems pretty sturdy and like it will do a great job.

u/christorrella · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

Because I bought a BB for equal parts coolness to transportation ability, I'd honestly say that the best way to go is a TSG Pass because it's comprised of equal parts coolness factor and protection ability.

Link to Amazon here.

u/mirasmithy · 1 pointr/boostedboards

It reminds me of Board Bag

  • Similar profile
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    I'm not a huge fan of Boosted board bags that are in the shape of the board (thin around the deck but thick around the wheels).

    I occasionally fly with my Boosted board and having a bag that's thinner around the deck but thicker around the wheels feels like wasted space to me. If it was a consistent thickness all the way through, I could pack clothes or other things under the board. For anyone with a similar issue, I'd HIGHLY recommend the Orion 15161. I'm a very light packer and this + a backpack are the only bags I take when I fly.

    If you (u/brdbag) were to make a bag like that, I'd buy it in a heartbeat (or even slightly thicker so you could pack more things?)

    EDIT: picture of the orion bag with a boosted board inside. Not my picture.
u/cryptomatt · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

Highly recommend you get a stick to clean ur tape. You'll be happy you did 😁 I use that stick to get the gunk off and add a little water if it's really in there.

POWERTEC 71002 Abrasive Cleaning Stick, 8-1/2"

u/RJBligh · 1 pointr/boostedboards

I bought a rifle case to travel with. I thought it would offer more protection than the box or a board bag. This is the one I got:
Plano All Weather Tactical Gun Case, 42-Inch

It's almost perfectly sized; you need to take out the bottom layer of foam but it still fits and feels well protected.

Regarding cost, I was lucky that bags were included in my ticket cost. However I definitely see how it would suck if you had to pay an extra baggage charge.

u/st0len44 · 1 pointr/boostedboards

I personally have the Amazon Basics version and its awesome.

Consensus from other users that bought both is that the Amazon Basics one is better quality.

u/Airbus320Driver · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

Because most airlines consider it an "oversized" item and require it be checked.
Speaking very generally, generally, airlines require anything outside 22x14x9 be checked.
TSA has seen enough of them come through that at least one agent will know what it is and that it's allowed. Sometimes they open the bag and swab the board. Don't ask me why...
I've carried mine on with me many times using the case below. It's a great way to get out and see a new city. Burbank, CA was great on the BB. Washington DC was a mix of intolerant and bewildered by it.

u/J_Bot_9 · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

-This is a good idea to get so you don't scuff up the board early on. Otherwise I wouldn't mod anything until your first 100 miles.

Surf Co Tail Guard (Choose Color & Size) (Black, Regular)

-Definitely get a guitar stand as well. (you'll have to bend the it up a bit so the tail isn't sitting on the ground

ChromaCast CC-MINIGS Universal Folding Guitar Stand with Secure Lock

u/sportzphan137 · 0 pointsr/boostedboards

I bought a Tuffy Bag about a year ago and was so disappointed in what I got for the price that I made my own to sell. It's basically just a slightly better version of that Tuffy Bag, but, unlike the Tuffy Bag, I think the price is fair ($59.99 vs $99.99). And it actually has a handle instead of just the cheap shoulder strap.

I apologize if we are not supposed to post links here, but here is a link to my bag if you are interested:

u/coopsa111 · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

I'm not so interested in a travel bag as much as a daily commute bag. I use this one, and while it's a decent bag because it can fit my helmet and a few other things too, it is lightly padded, and it has held up pretty well for over a year, it doesn't have backpack straps. And the problem with this bag is that it can't also fit a helmet.

So how about something that takes the best features of both.

u/spaghettilegslee · 1 pointr/boostedboards

I use this and it works great. I like how the hard case offers some protection. I travel with my board by air a few times a month and after carrying it around I think spending a little more for a wheeled case would be totally worth it.

u/lyzer · 3 pointsr/boostedboards

There's probably vids on YouTube for what's acceptable noise and change noises. I have been running stock bearings on the drive wheels and zealous on front for over 600mi on the v1 and about 200 mi on the v2. Put them in when I got the boards and haven't changed since.

Skip the ceramics, these free spin at least as long as bone ceramics and are cheap to replace. Zealous bearings on amazon

u/Laxtorre · 1 pointr/boostedboards

Yup a big ass rubber stick and a bunch of sweat brings most of it back, some mud/dog shit spots(uncleaned Boosted #2 with 4k miles) won’t come out but it looks pretty good. I’ll take a pic of both boards I just cleaned them the day I posted the wheel comparison picture.

u/vdogg89 · 1 pointr/boostedboards

Pro tip: use a guitar stand like this. It works great and is only 10 bucks

u/Mr_mahal · 1 pointr/boostedboards

Super Reds (ones he changed) -
Zealous (the ones he recommends we switch to) -

u/BANGA718 · 1 pointr/boostedboards

POWERTEC 71002 Abrasive Cleaning Stick for Sanding Belts & Discs Natural Rubber Build | For Woodworking Shop Sanding Perfection | A"Must Have" Sanding Accessory

u/PacoRocco6 · 6 pointsr/boostedboards

Top Stage Pro Universal Guitar Stand:

$11 from Amazon. It's perfect for the board.

u/abasson007 · 8 pointsr/boostedboards

Just installed new lights on my broad and they are crazy 😜. Bought them on Amazon and mounted them with C clamp mounts. Let me know if you need details.
Victagen Super Bright Tactical

Rear lights
They have a built in accelerometer and light up when you slow down or brake.

Detail of front mounts

u/Amaxter · 6 pointsr/boostedboards

Get either official Boosted belts or something like these ASAP:

Try to avoid riding with one belt, the boards are not designed to do that and you'll probably notice when breaking or turning that things can really easily get out of control.

u/NullBlox · 1 pointr/boostedboards


Light Mount's I created and testing them now.
Already made my own full version but thought adding them to the FL3D
bash guards might also be neat.

u/NlilNJA · 5 pointsr/boostedboards

Order these bearings instead. Better than stock and the same price:

Boosted Board Ceramic Bearing Upgrade Service Kit by ACER Racing (V2)

u/myws6 · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

I purchased this when I got my board. I've used this on 30+ flights. It's great! Orion 15161 39x9.5x11 - Inch Padded Telescope Case

u/airplanehigh · 1 pointr/boostedboards

What accessories should I buy now to have when my BBV2 comes in?

I've already got the Triple 8 Brainsaver helmet but what are some good options for a wall-mount, backpack that can carry the board, etc?

u/east_boundd0wn · 1 pointr/boostedboards

It stands my V2 up perfectly

AmazonBasics Guitar Folding A-Frame Stand for Acoustic and Electric Guitars

u/Tkelite · 2 pointsr/boostedboards
  1. Two of these (

  2. The tool to change the battery comes with it, but you will need a skate tool (Search on amazon and find one you like)

  3. Currently, the only option is buying Shredlights. They make you more visible, but don't help you to see. Also, many people haven't been able to mount the tail light.

  4. Easy choice (
u/spiderzork · 1 pointr/boostedboards

This stuff works even better for cleaning the grip tape, and lasts for a long time: . You can also search for belt cleaner if you want to find a cheaper alternative.

u/VenomousSVT · 1 pointr/boostedboards

I agree, loosen the wheel nut 1/4 turn. It shouldn't have any side to side play but it will likely loosen up on the side load on the bearings and may fix that issue


as for bearings, if you decide to upgrade, flatland 3d sells some and amazon has the Acer ceramic bearings

u/Epic_Sandwich · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

I actually ordered this thinking it looked perfect. But when it arrived I found it to be waaaay too long.

Ultimately settled on this guy:

u/eertnivek · 1 pointr/boostedboards

Yeah, I've read a few things where people were suggesting full face helmets like

and motorcycle jackets, or some kinda body armor thing

u/BoldCityDigital · 1 pointr/boostedboards

Bingo. I have two of them. Getting one more for my Evolve Bamboo GT with All Terrain wheels.

Linkage: Top Stage Pro Universal Guitar Stand

u/munz0000 · 1 pointr/boostedboards

Boosted Board Ceramic Bearing Upgrade Service Kit by ACER Racing (V2)

Wheels, cheap!
97mm Longboard Flywheel Solid Black

u/BMWbill · 3 pointsr/boostedboards

They are these, recommended to me by someone here on the Boosted sub.
Tornado 00520 Large J-Hook

u/Adamvos · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

I have my normal stock vanguard on it right there but I have a boosted board that I use on it.

I have j-hook, it’s the tornado brand I think

found them

u/1nfamuz3 · 3 pointsr/boostedboards

Try these thes e are the right diameter but they're not in stock till April 24 Boosted Board V2 Belts (2-Pack) by ROMP SUPPLY

u/joseconseco999 · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

Any basic guitar stand for $10-$15 work fine.

I got this one
ChromaCast CC-MINIGS Universal Folding Guitar Stand with Secure Lock

u/BoodieTraps · 1 pointr/boostedboards

$36 - Dakine Mission Backpack

I got myself one of those and couldn't be happier. Sure it's not a full coverage bag, but i have no problem using that bag on NJ Transit overhead storage racks. Cheap and effective.

EDIT: well, it was $36 when i bought it, looks like it's $39 as of this edit.

u/Buttdartt · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

Recently got this and it works awesome!!

I had dried bourbon (don’t ask) that I thought stained the grip tape but this pulled it right off.

POWERTEC 71002 Abrasive...

u/WinterSina · 1 pointr/boostedboards

used these camps
used these lights
used these screwcaps

u/A-Pod · 1 pointr/boostedboards

I believe you would want these ones instead in order to fit the wheels:

u/phototristan · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

Get this (same as Grip Gum) to clean the grip tape:

You just run it over the grip tape like an eraser and it removes embedded dirt.

u/thiswasandy · 3 pointsr/boostedboards

I use this one:

ChromaCast CC-MINIGS Universal Folding Guitar Stand with Secure Lock

u/special_eddd · 3 pointsr/boostedboards

Plano All Weather Tactical Gun Case, 42-Inch

I have this one. It is perfect and is much cheaper. I primarily leave this case in the car/trunk and put the board in there while doing local commuting. This case is likely an oversize item when boarding planes. So check in fee + oversize fee. Haven't tried tho

u/davey_321 · 4 pointsr/boostedboards

AmazonBasics Guitar Folding A-Frame Stand for Acoustic and Electric Guitars

Fits the mini and longboard well on smallest setting.

u/Inattuhwankat · 1 pointr/boostedboards

It's this one: Plano All Weather Tactical Gun Case, 42-Inch

It fits ok. Just ok. It bulges a bit when you close it. Still does the job, though.

u/TheTorban · 1 pointr/boostedboards

I bought a ROMP Belt on Amazon about a month ago. Can you verify if this listing is yours?

u/Bbif8 · 5 pointsr/boostedboards

u/jemiroquai · 1 pointr/boostedboards

Most people tend to suggest this one here
But personally I prefer the rifle cases way more and will be getting this one as soon as I get my V2!

u/eddiek_3 · 1 pointr/boostedboards

I've read about people using this one and I'm actually considering it for myself. However, I don't plan on traveling with my board much so let us know if you find something cheaper.

u/ninjamasterdave · 1 pointr/boostedboards

AmazonBasics Guitar Folding A-Frame Stand for Acoustic and Electric Guitars

u/TheNickFulton · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

I bought a board bag and just carried it with me the whole day. In class I would just throw it in the corner of the room.

My bag:

u/tennisbp · 1 pointr/boostedboards

Leaving this here in case anyone needs a more accessible option:

u/goombaacez84 · 3 pointsr/boostedboards

I do believe some people have used these:

Do note that these are the large j hooks. Tornado sells a smaller one which I don't think clears the boosted's wheels.

u/phobos2deimos · 7 pointsr/boostedboards

I kind of assumed he'd use a belt sander cleaning block like this, which is basically just a big eraser. That's what I did before I sold my Landyachtz Evo.

u/well_ima_comedian · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

No worries, our brains are something worth obsessing over. This whole ordeal reminded me of how fragile our minds and bodies really are. I grew up biking and skating and never had an accident like this. Here is the helmet I use,
I was also wearing jeans and a hoodie and gloves. I need to go back to the place of the accident and check out the sidewalks, lighting, etc. to see if something could have been a major factor. I haven't been back on the board yet but I powered it up and ran it upside down and everything looks and sounds normal.

u/BobbySon123 · 2 pointsr/boostedboards

I use this Amazon - Dakine Backpack to strap my board to when I'm walking for any distance (e.g. office or a metro station). No complaints from me for the quality, but the board wheels may hang a little low for some.

It can handle a laptop, couple reference books, and skate tools. I wouldn't keep lunch in it when I have the reference books though.

I figure that this parallels your use case.

u/nextapp · 1 pointr/boostedboards

I think it's this one but I could be wrong op would know

Triple Eight Helmet with Sweatsaver Liner, Black Rubber/Red, Large

u/kenPDC · 3 pointsr/boostedboards

I bought this bag from Amazon:

I removed the battery and put it in my backpack with my laptop. I flew Jetblue from Ft Lauderdale, Florida to Cancun, Mexico... no problems or questions. TA did an extra check on the battery, again no problem. I arrived in Cancun 2 days ago.