The Beast Off-Road Electric Scooter

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Scooters are already a great way to get around for urban dwellers, but imagine if there was one that could easily transition from the tarmac to dirt roads, and was electric? That’s exactly what we have with the aptly titled Beast.

This fully electric scooter was designed to tackle both the city streets, and the off-road trails. The 2-wheeler keeps its enclosed battery pack continuously charging thanks to the implementation of solar panels circling the battery. There are even 2 USB plugs to keep your mobile gadgets juiced up on the go. The Beast is capable of hitting a top speed of about 20 miles per hour, and can run for just under 25 miles without needing a recharge. To make sure they built something for everyone, the team behind the Beast are offering up three different versions of the tiny commuter including the Standard, Deluxe and the top of the line offering – the Ultimate. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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