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Since last season, Exway has finally acquired and set up its own factory. Gone are the days of sharing with and bidding against other brands for production runs. This is not like a brand with its headquarters in one country building products at a generic third party factory in another far off country, but rather a brand building its own products in its own dedicated factory next door to its own HQ.  We are very happy to share that having our own factory means increased control and tighter monitoring over every aspect of production, supply and quality for our riders....

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Exway Canada is about to release the OEM 28T pulley for the RIOT v2 drive. (summer '22) The RIOT v2 drive is featured in the Flex, the Wave, the X1 Max, and the Atlas. The 28T pulley is the smallest pulley that Exway makes. Keep in mind that with the smaller the pulley, less torque is produced, while the top speed increases. As the stock drive gear has 14 teeth, and the 28T pulley has 28 teeth the gear ration achieved is therefore 14:28. When installing always remember to enter the proper gear ratio in the app in order to...

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  Carving....Lake Ontario February 2020 Much inspiration after the X1 Pro was released, Exway Canada team rider Brenndan C. uses his prototyping skills to adapt the deck to Canadian winters. This was an oldie from our Instagram feed and we wanted to preserve it here as well. As always, skating on frozen lakes may not be safe or legal in your area. Exway Canada continues to share Esk8 life from the perspective of the people who maintain and promote Exway as a lifestyle. Much of what we do ups the danger level beyond the stock dangers of Esk8 and we...

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May 18th 2019 A throwback to the launch of the X1 Pro. In the year that the X1 Pro was introduced. Exway riders in Ontario took the deck out for a rip on some back roads just south of Ottawa. The X1 Pro is ridden by the Red Panda vs the Boosted V2 is ridden by Boosted Roo. While the Red Panda was about 30 pounds lighter than Boosted Roo, the Boosted board was on a belt system while the X1 Pro was running hub motors. This was an uphill rip just south of Ottawa along some Canadian back roads....

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