Velocifero MAD Electric Scooter

Feb 14, 2017

Category: Rides

Usually when we talk about of kicking up a bunch of dust and ripping through gravel trails, we’re referring to big off-roading trucks or motorcycles. That isn’t the case here with the Velocifero MAD electric scooter.

Don’t let the size of this thing throw you off. It may be small, but with its big 145/70-6 tires, optional 1600 watt motor, and front and rear shocks – it is built to thrive on rugged dirt trails. Aside from its pure capability as a small electric off-roading scooter, what really recommends the Velocifero MAD is how customizable it is. Buyers can choose engines ranging from 500 to 1600 watts, and can even pick between a lead-acid or a lithium ion batteries. With the latter, riders have a range of up to 20 miles, and when paired with the 1600 watt motor – a top speed of over 25 miles per hour. Not bad for a little scooter. Not bad at all. Prices start at $700. [Purchase]

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