The concept of adding a motor to a traditional push scooter is an idea that has been around for a couple of years now, with varying designs and specifications. The all new CityBug Electric Scooter is the ultimate urban innovation and is the only electric scooter you will ever need to know about.
The new CityBug SE features a thumb throttle and an electronically assisted front brake as well as a 250w motor which generates no CO2 Emissions and provides a higher top speed than previous models. Acceleration works the same as previous CityBug models in that a kick start is required to engage the 250w motor. Once the motor is engaged, using the thumb throttle you can increase your speed to a maximum of 13mph or maintain a slightly slower pace - the choice is yours!
Bringing the CityBug to a slow and controlled stop is simpler than ever - you can release the throttle or use the front Electric Assist Brake System (EAB) to reduce your speed gradually, or alternatively, you can use the large rear fender brake to quickly reduce your speed if needed.
The CityBug SE is great for taking on your daily commute as it can fold down easily to fit into luggage compartments, it has a built in support stand so as you don't have to fully fold the scooter away. It also has a fast charge time of just over three hours and a range of up to 12.5 miles, but can be used as a normal push scooter if needed.
- Hollow Rubber Wheels (8" Front & 7.2" Rear) with Tread
- Li-Ion (Lithium Ion) 36v Battery
- Integrated LED Battery Status Indicator
- 250w Motor
- 18-20km (11-12.5 miles) Range from a Single Charge
- 3 Hour Charge Time
- Top Speed of 13mph
- Thumb Throttle Operation
- Height Adjustable Handle Bars
- Complete Weight 13.2kg
NOTE: A parent's decision to allow their child to ride your CityBug SE Electric Scooter should depend on individual maturity, skill and ability to follow rules.
WARNING! Read and understand the enclosed CityBug Electric Scooter owners manual before riding. Safety equipment such as a helmet, elbow and knee pads are recommended. Check local laws and regulations to see where and how you may ride legally. Use this product only in controlled environments free of potential traffic hazards, and not on public streets. Risk of injury increases as degree of trick difficulty increases. Rider assumes all risk associated with trick riding activities. Be careful and know your limitations.