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The CITYRIDER scooter is the perfect city rider, as its name indicates. This scooter is a great tool for short-distance travels, weighing only 28 pounds and carrying a load of up to 220 pounds. Furthermore, while not in use, it is easy to transport. This scooter is stylish and has a solid frame. Furthermore, the physical proportions of this electric scooter make it suitable for both adults and children to ride. When taking public transportation, you won't have to worry because this scooter folds up small enough to fit under the bus seat. The battery will allow you to scoot for up to 10 kilometres on a single charge. The 300W motor propels the CITYRIDER electric scooter to a top speed of 18 mph, which is within most people's capabilities.
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$549.00
PROS:
  • It's very light and easy to move.
  • It's simple to put together and use.
  • Bluetooth connectivity for the companion App at a low cost
  • Charge time is short.
CONS:
  • On uneven ground, the ride is uncomfortable.
  • Typical battery
  • On rough terrain, it's not so wonderful.
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This is a commuter's paradise, catering to those who rack up significant weekly mileage. The scooter's 10Ah battery provides a 20-mile range, while the larger 13Ah battery boosts the speed to 25mph. The battery life is adequate, and charging time is under 5 hours. The remainder of the package is reassuringly well-equipped, with hydraulic suspension and a comfortable ride for the 8" rear and slightly larger 8.5" front wheels. The LED lights are convenient for those early mornings and late nights, but if this is a regular occurrence, we recommend upgrading. It's also worth noting that it's not the most portable scooter, with the folded-down weight feeling particularly heavy on the arms. We couldn't get too enthusiastic about the Horizon. It isn't a joke.
Pros and Cons
$699.00
PROS:
  • This scooter is well-made and meant to last.
  • You'll stay under the radar with anonymous appearance.
  • The 500W motor produces up to 800W of peak power.
  • Top speed and range are reasonable (but not revolutionary).
  • Overall, a significant improvement over comparably priced commuter scooters.
CONS:
  • It's not easy on the arm because of the heavyweight structure.
  • The pneumatic front tyre grips better than the solid rear tyre.
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