Thrill-seeker Mischo Erban recently took extreme skateboarding to the next level when he reached a terrifying 95.83 km/h (59.55 mph) on a modified longboard!
He zoomed right into the record books with an all-new Guinness World Records title for the Fastest speed on an electric skateboard.
32-year-old Mischo rode the board down an aeroplane runway in Slovenia, controlling its powerful speed with a handheld remote - it's surprising he doesn't actually take off!
Worryingly, he crashes – but not before securing the record. However, Mischo is a professional skateboarder and was wearing a protective suit and helmet, so he wasn't hurt.
The NEXTBoard is a four-wheel-drive motorised longboard that has a motor in each wheel.
The super-skateboard can travel about 10 to 15 km (6 to 9 miles) at a time… if you aren’t going too fast.
Mischo told Guinness World Records: “I am attracted by speed – and have learned to master the danger.”
Mischo – who was born in Canada and grew up in the Czech Republic – is no stranger to dangerous speeds. He accomplished the Fastest skateboard speed downhill (standing) in 2012, after hitting a breath-taking 129.94 km/h (80.74 mph). The road is known for being scarily steep.
Remember, Mischo is a trained professional, so this is not something to try yourself.