Electric skateboards keep cropping up on our radar with increasing frequency. We met up with another electric skate company by the name of Muun in Vancouver last week. They have created a modular kit to get those with electric dreams pretty psyched.  There must be something in the air in Arizona college campuses as this marks the second company to tap into this market. As Sydnee Akers, the director of public relation explained, “we started with our three co-founders in a dorm room at Grand Canyon University. We had a dream of making any beloved longboard or skateboard into an electric board, while still coming in below all other electric longboard prices. We were tired of sitting idle in rush hour traffic and barely making the trek across campus to class on time. Looking for solutions, we were faced with two options: either pay for an overpriced product or build our own – one that surpasses our highest expectations without breaking the bank.” The company offers both a modular kit along with a Muun Voyager board which comes pre-installed with the powerful kit. The Muun Modular doesn’t require any modifications to your deck and can be installed in as little as 5 minutes by simply unscrewing your rear trucks and screwing on the electric unit. The patent-pending battery design allows you to “plug and play”. Each battery pack slides in and out with ease, with a unique locking mechanism that secures your battery into place. The portable battery packs include USB ports so you can quickly charge your electronic devices when you’re on the go. The unit also has regenerative braking. When you pull back on the remote, you come to a smooth and controlled stop while simultaneously recharging your battery every time you slow down. The unit can reach speeds of up to 20 MPH. A Kickstarter campaign is about to launch. Concrete Wave has been featuring electric skateboards for over a decade and we will continue to showcase this technology.