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Okai Neon Review: The Most Reliable E-Scooter You’ve Never Heard Of

[ad_1] In this review of the Okai Neon, we spill the beans about a brand new, easy to ride, beginner scooter from a “secret” scooter company that’s poised to be the next Segway Ninebot. Technical Specifications Tested top speed: 16.0 mph* Tested range: 13.1 mi* Weight: 39 lb* Max rider weight: 220 lb Water resistance:… Continue reading Okai Neon Review: The Most Reliable E-Scooter You’ve Never Heard Of

INOKIM Light 2 Review: 10 Things You Need to Know ( 2022)

Design Handlebars The Light 2’s handlebars are small, elegant, and simple to operate. The handlebars are composed of the same cast aluminium as the stem on all INOKIM models, which contributes to their quality and gives the cockpit a premium feel. The Light 2’s handlebars are angled slightly backward, offering you a more ergonomic riding… Continue reading INOKIM Light 2 Review: 10 Things You Need to Know ( 2022)

INOKIM Quick 3 Review: 10 Things You Need to Know (December 2021)

[ad_1] Design Handlebars Small and sleek, the handlebars on the Quick 3 are perfectly-sized for the frame. As with all the INOKIM range, including the Quick 3’s bigger brother, the Quick 4, the handlebars are made from cast aluminum, as is the stem, which adds to their quality. As you can expect from most commuter… Continue reading INOKIM Quick 3 Review: 10 Things You Need to Know (December 2021)

INOKIM Quick 4 Review: 10 Things You Need to Know (December 2021)

[ad_1] Design Handlebars Slim but sturdy, the Quick 4’s handlebars are exactly what you want from a commuter-style scooter. Like all of INOKIM’s scooters, they’re made from the same cast aluminium as the stem, so quality is in abundance. Everything, including the handlebar grips, are second to none. They’re perfectly shaped to fit the palm… Continue reading INOKIM Quick 4 Review: 10 Things You Need to Know (December 2021)

Mantis 8 Pro Review: 11 Things You Need to Know (December 2021)

[ad_1] Design Handlebars The handlebars are built with a wide, comfortable profile that’ll suit riders of most heights, shapes, and sizes. Though they don’t fold, this isn’t an issue – most performance scooters lack this feature. Mounted on the handlebars, you’ll find the MiniMotors EY3 display, which plays the dual role of finger throttle and… Continue reading Mantis 8 Pro Review: 11 Things You Need to Know (December 2021)

Wolf Warrior X Review: 11 Things You Need to Know (December 2021)

[ad_1] Design Handlebars Tall, wide, and sporting handgrips of ergonomically shaped rubber, the Wolf Warrior X’s handlebars are that rare breed of comfort and functionality. Unlike many scooters out there, the height of handlebars makes the scooter ideal for riders over 6 ft tall. They even sport a stock bar, which can be used to… Continue reading Wolf Warrior X Review: 11 Things You Need to Know (December 2021)

Dualtron Storm Review: 10 Things You Need to Know (December 2021)

[ad_1] Design Handlebars Let’s begin at the height of the Storm. I’m talking, of course, about the handlebars. First of all, they fold using a clever spring-loaded mechanism, meaning they look fantastic, and function intuitively. Of course, collapsible handlebars – while certainly stylish – rarely appear on ultra-performance scooters since the speeds at which these… Continue reading Dualtron Storm Review: 10 Things You Need to Know (December 2021)