The electric scooter handlebar height is critical for comfort. If not suitable for your height, you will have difficulties riding. This can often be a major problem for tall scooterists. In this article I’ll go cover almost every electric scooter’s handlebar height and help you calculate your ideal personal handlebar height. 39.1 in / 99.3 […]
When you first get into electric scooters, a whole new world opens up to you.
They have so many features, so many details, intricacies, so many things to know about.
We cover all of them here, and the following posts will help you learn more about every aspect of electric scooters.
Most portable electric scooters [how to measure portability + foldable scooters with the smallest volume and weight]
We’ve all been there. You rode your electric scooter to the bus station, and now it’s time for the most awkward moment of the entire trip – folding your scooter and getting inside of the bus with it. You worry about bumping into people, or having the handles or other sticking parts stuck in something.
Electric Scooter Performance Guide – What Are Voltage, Wattage, Capacity, And How They Work Together
Entering the world of electric scooters for the first time can be confusing for many people. All those numbers, performances and metrics, comparisons and formulas can be a little daunting. We’re here to address that today. In just a few minutes, you will be able to understand literally every metric that is important for understanding and choosing an electric scooter.
Great suspension system in an electric scooter can make the difference between a smooth comfortable ride, and an unbearable one. Let’s go over the best electric scooter models with suspension, and when would they be an ideal choice.
When people think about buying an electric scooter, one of the first questions they have is how fast they can go. Scooters look very non-threatening at first, so the answer, to many people, is very surprising. How fast do electric scooters go? The average top speed across all electric scooters for adults today is 28
Most electric scooters today are made out of aerospace or industry-grade aluminum alloy. That is the same stuff they use to build airplanes, which is great news. It is a battle-tested material that has been proven over time to be reliable, relatively cheap, and most importantly, both strong and light at the same time. But
Solid and pneumatic tire scooters both have their unique characteristics, offering riders a choice between durability and comfort. Solid vs pneumatic tires in electric scooters Pneumatic tires are usually a better choice than solid tires for electric scooters. Pneumatic tires provide more comfort, more stability, better suspension, better climbing, faster speeds, more traction, and better
Electric scooters with a seat and a trunk evolved out of the needs of true adults and professionals that started to rely on scooters more and more. One of the biggest shortcomings of earlier electric scooters is that they had no way of helping you carry your items. If you needed to carry stuff around
Electric scooters with seats are incredibly practical. The seat adds a whole new dimension of usefulness to the whole concept. The person who first decided to add a seat on an electric scooter, is as much of a genius as the person who first decided to put cheese on a hamburger. With an electric scooter
If you’re finding yourself carrying your scooter a lot, or you expect to carry it a lot, you will probably know how important it is to be light in weight. Most people, myself included, want the lightest electric scooter possible, without sacrificing other features and performance. That’s exactly what we will be looking at in