The Evolve Carbon AT is designed for rough (but still hard) surfaces, such as smooth or broken pavement, gravel, or dirt roads. The battery is built into the board, which is made from moulded carbon fibre and kevlar.
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Pro Good range
The board has a 19-mile range when cruising at 15 mph on relatively flat terrain.
Pro Quiet motor
The motor is pretty quiet – more like a soft hum than a whir or drone.
Pro Good on rough surfaces
The all-terrain wheels allow you to travel over cracks, bumps, or gravel and dirt roads, meaning you aren’t confined to smooth pavement.
Pro Can switch between all-terrain and street tires
It only takes 10 minutes to switch out the tires, which is pretty reasonable even while out and about.
Pro Regenerative brakes
Braking contributes some energy back into the battery, increasing your ride time.
Pro Great commuter
Decent range, speed, ability to attack hills and ability to ride over the crap roads and pavements.
Con Not officially available in the US
This model is not carried on their website anymore in the US, it has been replaced with a pre-order for their newer version, the Carbon GT AT.
At $1750, the board is pretty expensive in comparison to other offerings in the market.
Con Quite large
It looks pretty big in the videos. If you wanted to store this at your workplace after commuting, you would probably need a fair amount of space for it.
Con Single wheel drive
The motor on the board only connects to one wheel with a belt drive. A single-wheel drive board often generates less torque than a dual drive board. This can make for slower starts off the line.