Level Up with The Onewheel GT
Talk About Range
World-class 21700 batteries provide peak performance allowing you to travel up to 32 miles (52 km) on a single charge with this slick tire Onewheel GT Canada.
Custom rubber tires take carve-ability to the next level. This smooth ride comes with concave front and rear footpads for increased comfort and control. Heavy grip tape allows for maximum traction and the best possible ride.
The GT Goes Where You Go
Onewheel Canada has perfected their aluminum, rubber gripped, premium Maghandle Pro handle which is almost undetectable while not in use.
Packed with Tech
Block out all the haters with even brighter LED lights. The GT has 300% more lumens than XR and features new High beams for total visibility.
Connect & control all from the onewheel app. Sync your board to control ride style, monitor battery life, and connect with friends!
Range: 20-32 miles (32-52 kms)
Recharge Time: 200 minutes Recharge time for a full charge
90 minutes with Optional GT Hypercharger
Weight: 35 lbs (16 kgs)
Top Speed: 20 mph (32 km/h)
Motor: 750W Hypercore® hub motor
Sensors: Solid state MEMS 6-DOF
Tire: 11.5in x 6.5-6.5in / 292mm x 165-165mm Onewheel
Max lean angle: >30 degrees
Size: 9.5in x 11.5in x 29in / 241mm x 292mm x 737mm
Rider Age: Recommended for riders 14 years of age and older
Rider Weight: 250 lbs (114kg) Max
Riding down hill can actually regenerate your battery charge, but be careful not to exceed 100% charge.
Riding in hilly or unpaved terrain can significantly reduce range.
Top speeds of 16MPH are common but rely on extremely competent riding to avoid disaster.
Leaderboards in the official Onewheel app are capped and you will not set a higher score than is currently listed (instead, it will be tied).
Parts Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty
Labour Warranty: 6 Months Limited Warranty
Contact Onewheel.com for Warranty Service
Warranty Limitations / Exclusion:
Damage to the product from misuse and/or neglect, accidental damage, water/liquid damage, salt damage or from not adhering to the instructions in the Owner's Manual. Damage caused by exceeding maximum weight, attempting tricks or running into obstacles like curbs or walls, water or liquid damage or submerges into the water. Improper or invalid documentation, including but not limited to lack of a warranty sheet, original invoice or discrepancies on the invoice.