How to glide on electric skates rollwalk

How to Glide on Electric Skates?

Today we're going to learn how to glide on RollWalk electric skates!

I believe you guys know how to stand on the eRW3 eskates after the previous video.

Next, you can try lifting your feet and walking around to feel the weight of the e roller skates.

If you are new to roller skating, I recommend you use the remote e-brake to lock the wheels before moving.

Once you stand with good balance, you are ready to go.

Things to prepare before start

  • Wear proper safety equipment
  • Adjust your rollerskates to a compact and comfortable position
  • Find a open and flat space to practice

Start with the correct stance.

Unlike traditional rollerblades or inlineskates, electric skates are powered by the motors from the rear wheels.

Here is a perfect stance. You can stand with your feet back and forth in a half squat, like me.

This stance allows you to better handle your leg pressure from the motor power and keep your balance.

When you are ready, you can begin with L0 slow-speed mode to get familiar with electric roller skates.

You can gradually switch the speed mode from L0 to Pro to adapt to the change in your center of gravity.

Meanwhile, you need to pay more attention to the brakes.

In different speed modes, how much braking force should be used to brake while keeping your balance?

It is better to get familiar with the force of Hall linear brakes on RollWalk eRW3.

You can adjust your center of gravity properly to balance yourself when braking in different forces.

This is the key point of electric skate control.

Be aware of your surroundings and pedestrians.

Slow down in crowded areas. Watch out for any obstacles, and be ready to respond.

You can glide normally on cobblestone surfaces with eskates.

But it will bring a strong shock to your feet, so it is not recommended to go on such a road for a long time.

Be careful on bumpy roads.

Don't lift your feet unprepared for fear of getting the wheels stuck on the ramp, as you are likely to fall.

You need to tense your legs and abs to stabilize your body weight.

The 70mm wheels can handle most of the bumpy roads.


Please read the instruction manual carefully before using the electric roller skates.

Remember to wear proper gear for safety rides, such as helmets, elbow pads, wrist guards, and knee pads.

If you have any questions or problems, email us via

Alternatively, you can join our Facebook group and post your question directly in the group.


Thanks for watching, and see you next time!

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