The LoFive houses a SiFive E310 RISC-V processor which has a lot of PWM channels, making it perfect for little robotics projects. 

RISCbot also leverages a few Pololu breakout boards for the DRV8835 dual motor driver and S9V11F5 step-up/step-down voltage regulator to make the prototype a snap. 

To start, RISCbot uses the E310's UART to receive data from a Spektrum DSM satellite receiver module, which is paired to a Spektrum transmitter. 

The E310's SPI is broken out to a pin header on the board, as well as GPIOs for future expansion.

Check out the links section to find the project software and hardware design on GitHub.