URB-E Black Label Electric Folding Scooter

Apr 15, 2016

Category: Rides

Cruise to work or school in pure style with this electric folding scooter. Built tough enough to withstand the rugged road but light enough to carry into the office, the URB-E Black Label Electric Folding Scooter may just be the future of office transit we’ve all been waiting so patiently to realize.

A large 36V lithium ion battery powers this scooter’s 250W motor, attaining a range of 20 miles and hitting speeds of 15mph along the way. The look also conjures up images of badassery with a black on black aluminum and carbon fiber frame. There’s also a sport mode for additional torque and acceleration in case you’re wanting to get out of the office before Bill Lumburg requests you come in on Saturday. Additional features include never flat tires, cross-drilled rear disc brakes, and integrated shock absorbers underneath the seat to ensure a smooth and bump-less ride. They’re also produced in Pasadena, adding to the quintessential all-American anything-but-walk ethos. Available now for $1,700 [Purchase]

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