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Loan | Alive

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Last Raised

$680K | 3 yrs ago

About Onewheel

Onewheel offers a self-balancing electric skateboard that gives users the feeling of flying.

Headquarters Location

2881 Mission Street

Santa Cruz, California, 95060,

United States


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Onewheel Patents

Onewheel has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Battery electric vehicle manufacturers
  • Electrical engineering
  • Automotive suspension technologies
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Battery electric vehicle manufacturers, Electric vehicle battery manufacturers, Electrical engineering, Electric power conversion, Automotive technologies


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Battery electric vehicle manufacturers, Electric vehicle battery manufacturers, Electrical engineering, Electric power conversion, Automotive technologies



Latest Onewheel News

Onewheel Community Delivers Over 4,000 Letters to CPSC Defending the Right to "Let Us Ride!"

Nov 22, 2022

PR Newswire Onewheel Riders' Letters Express Concern Regarding CPSC's Overreach Against Their Beloved Boards SANTA CRUZ, Calif., Nov. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Future Motion , the California based small business that proudly designs and assembles Onewheel electric skateboards in the USA, announced that the Onewheel rider community has written more than 4,000 letters to the CPSC, delivering them today to the agency headquarters just outside the nation's capital. The letters embody the enthusiastic and strong support for Future Motion and represent the considerable concerns of this community for the agency's recent unjust and alarmist public warning that urged board owners to stop riding their Onewheels and American adults not to purchase any version of the product. AD AD "The ongoing and overwhelming public rejection of the CPSC's unwarranted attack on Onewheels press may have been surprising to the agency, but this reaction was not a surprise to our company or to the Onewheel community," said Kyle Doerksen, Founder and CEO of Future Motion. "These letters from Onewheel riders are very emotional as they extoll the joy, exhilaration, and freedom they experience from their boards. Future Motion takes great pride in our products. The fact is: Onewheels are safe when operated following common-sense safe riding practices that are common to any boardsport. Onewheel boards are not defective. There is inherent risk in any action sport, and that is something our riders knowingly accept and seek out." "Via letters and posts across social media, thousands of riders are saying how their boards have helped them overcome depression, live healthier lifestyles, enjoy more time outdoors, and forge new friendships and family connections. We thought it was critically important for the CPSC to hear directly from just a small portion of the hundreds of thousands of dedicated Onewheel customers who operate Onewheels safely every day," added Doerksen. Javier Starks, a Washington, D.C. resident who delivered the 4,000+ letters to the CPSC headquarters on his Onewheel, said, "As an avid Onewheel rider, I can tell you firsthand that these boards are safe when used appropriately. I have personally ridden over 38,000 miles on my Onewheels. I delivered these letters because what the CPSC is trying to do is completely unfair. It is beyond troubling that a government agency is trying to take away something that hundreds of thousands of people enjoy each and every day. I hope these compelling personal stories in these letters help change how the agency views Onewheel boards and the people like me who love to ride them." Despite the agency's unjustified and alarmist statements regarding Onewheels, Future Motion will continue attempting to collaborate with CPSC staff on common sense safety measures that even further enhance rider safety and allow the Onewheel movement to thrive. AD About Future Motion, Inc Founded in 2013, Future Motion is committed to designing and developing inspiring vehicles that include both elegant form and unprecedented function. Future Motion's products, Onewheel Pint, Pint X and Onewheel GT, exemplify its dedication to crafting products that bridge recreation and transportation. Future Motion designs not only the Onewheel product line but also all the subsystems that power it, including custom brushless motors, power electronics and battery modules. Onewheel, which provides a riding experience similar to surfing but on paved or unpaved trails, is perfectly situated in Santa Cruz where the mountains meet the sea. Its products are protected by over 70 issued patents in the U.S. and worldwide. PRESS CONTACTS KARV Communications (212) 333-0275 View original content to download multimedia: SOURCE Future Motion

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Onewheel Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Onewheel founded?

    Onewheel was founded in 2013.

  • Where is Onewheel's headquarters?

    Onewheel's headquarters is located at 2881 Mission Street, Santa Cruz.

  • What is Onewheel's latest funding round?

    Onewheel's latest funding round is Loan.

  • How much did Onewheel raise?

    Onewheel raised a total of $4.52M.

  • Who are the investors of Onewheel?

    Investors of Onewheel include Paycheck Protection Program, Paul Crandell, Deshe Holdings and Kickstarter.

  • Who are Onewheel's competitors?

    Competitors of Onewheel include Boosted Boards and 4 more.

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