Long before advanced jetboards entered the market, riders have been trying to solve the "lack of waves issue" that comes with conventional surfboarding.
The stress of long distance paddling, coupled with the disappointment of finding no waves to surf led inventors to crack their heads and design new models and technologies. There had to be a different way to surf regardless of the natural and weather conditions.
A surfboard that could propels itself and surf flat waters was the answer. Take a few minutes to learn a bit more about the birth and evolution of the “motorized surfboard.”
This is no longer a rumour going around ... Hamburg-based manufacturer of electric jetboards has filed for insolvency but all may not be over yet. It is now confirmed that despite raising over 800,000 euros in 2015 and 3,500,000 euros a few months ago, the company wasn't able to create a viable model and just filed for bankruptcy. However many questions remain unanswered and Motosurf Nation is keeping you posted with fresh news coming straight from Lampuga's headquarters in Hamburg.
“The preliminary insolvency proceedings could offer the possibility for fresh money and thus give the opportunity for an economic recovery” Tjark Thies.
Within a few months the German company relaunched its product portfolio, was named runner up at the Deloitte’s Rising Star award 2016, and attended the international boat shows of Dusseldorf, Miami, and Dubai.
“It is great to see how the e-mobility industry is constantly evolving. We are proud of our leading role and we always strive to meet our highest expectations of pushing the boundaries of feasibility.”
Benjamin Köhnsen, founder & CEO of Lampuga
Motosurfnation, the first online magazine exclusively focused on Motosurf, known for its global approach of this exciting discipline and its quest to bring together all members of the motosurf community, is proud to announce the launch of its Shop Online store. Launched on December 12th 2016, Motosurfnation Shop Online has something for everyone and marks a significant milestone in the history of our organisation.
Many of you are still waiting for your board(s) to arrive and December is yet another reminder of the fun you could be having riding... With 2016 almost over, we wanted to bring you some clarification on the current status of the motosurf industry and our predictions for upcoming year whether you pre-ordered, ordered or are thinking about ordering a board in the near future.
The team at Water-Rebels.com has announced its newly designed electric-powered board made in Berlin, Germany.
Don’t try to be the first, try to create the best product for your customer!
Stefan Klug, Founder and CEO of WATERREBELS