When they first came out, hoverboards were a real revolution in personal transportation. Now, it seems that the world has gotten used to “hovering” barely 10 inches off the ground, on two wheels, no steering handle, relying heavily on your sense of balance. It is fun, but would you dare to take one of these little gadgets off the paved road? Well, believe it or not, there are people who are all for it, and there is also a whole line of off road hoverboards equipped to tackle gravel, dirt trails, sand, grass, and even more demanding bumpy trails.
These hoverboards carry larger wheels, big knobby tires, an all the protection you need against dirt, little rocks and splashes of water. This are not the monster dirt bikes or skateboards for adrenalin junkies, but they will give you plenty of fun riding smoothly on any uneven terrain, or commuting through the park. We tried and tested a number of so called “all-terrain” hoverboards, and here are our top 6: