Onewheel rentals

Get ready to ride the best motorized skateboard when you rent a Onewheel!

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Catering Equipment
Video Games
Virtual Reality games
VR headsets
River Tube
Stand Up Paddle Board
Climbing Shoes
Crash Pads
Ice Axe
Ice Tools
Mountaineering Boots
Casual clothing
Mens suits
Wedding clothing
Womens formal clothing
Aerial Equipment
Dump Trailers
Earthmoving Equipment
Landscape Equipment
Brass instrument
Percussion instrument
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Peer to Peer Rental Marketplace

FriendWithA is a peer to peer rental marketplace for Onewheel rentals. "Like AirBnB, but for Onewheel rentals." We connect anyone looking for a short term rental or anyone looking to try out a new experience, with businesses and individuals looking to earn some extra money in a safe, trusted and protected environment. We help you find your friend with a Onewheel.


$2,000 physical damage reimbursement for any items that you rent out, that are either lost, stolen or damaged. We will replace your item or give you the fair market value if anything happens to your stuff.


We are currently working with insurance providers to provide you with liability insurance as well.

How it works

Have any questions about the onewheel rental process on FriendWithA? To borrow an Onewheel, follow the easy 3 step process below.

From the Blog

Check out latest posts about Onewheel in our blog

Dec. 19, 2018
Is the Onewheel worth $1,800?

Everyone has different value systems when it comes to what they’re happy to spend their money on. A college student’s $1,800 isn’t the same as $1,800 to a 39 year-old homeowner’s. That being said, some things can earn their cost pretty easily like a games console that sees a lot of hours or a mountain bike that rides a lot of miles. So where does the Onewheel fit into that spectrum...and is it really worth the price?

Dec. 16, 2018
Dress for the slide not the ride - how to dress on a Onewheel

The Onewheel is unparalleled for allowing complete freedom as riders explore all kinds of inclines, declines, and terrains. But when it comes to what to wear on the board, it’s best to think with just a little more restraint.