2022 Electric Rideables – Board riders

2022 Electric Rideables – Board riders

From our urban centres to our suburban streets, the electric scooter (e-scooter) is fast becoming the vehicle of choice for riders of all ages.

So why are so many people adopting e-scooters as a preferred mode of transport?

Easy does it
For city dwellers looking to avoid congested streets, owning an e-scooter is an excellent alternative to a car for the commute or a trip to the shops or café. And for public transport users, the last run to the office or home is made significantly easier with an e-scooter. The foldable and lightweight design means they can comfortably fit on a bus or train.

Savings to be made
Aside from the purchase price and the cost of charging (the canny rider will charge their e-scooter at work or during off-peak night rates), there’s very little financial outlay aside from a bit of maintenance. You don’t need to worry about insurance, registration, or those horrific petrol prices.

Keeping it green
Outside of the manufacturing process and the production of the electricity used to power them (not so if you’re on solar), there are zero emissions with e-scooters. And they help reduce traffic congestion too.

The fun factor
The inner child is unleashed when you pull away on an e-scooter. Riding one is not only addictive, but also fun; even a trip to the shops can be an adventure.

I’m in! What’s next?
Like anything in life, you get what you pay for. You want your e-scooter to perform consistently and last the distance. Think about the terrain. A city environment with tarmac roads will suit solid tyres. Looking to take it on trains and buses? Then weight needs to be a consideration. Are you going off-road? Inflatable tyres will cushion the bumps. And if you live in an area with hills, a motor with high torque is a must. Battery life and range are also important factors. Finally, it’s worth remembering that while most e-scooters are splash and rainproof, they’re not waterproof, so riding through deep puddles will never end well.

Daxys Bandicoot The first cab off the rank is a new player on the block from Australian company Daxys. Pitched at riders over the age of 16, it houses a meaty 500W motor and can reach a range of 55km. It has a unique suspension system and 10-inch tubeless tyres to avoid punctures – just what you don’t want on an e-scooter. It will breeze up hills of up to 20 degrees and comes with front and rear indicators and a bell. The Bandicoot can be set to three different speeds and can reach 25kph. Max speed: 25kph Range: 55km Weight: 24.6kg Load: 120kg IP rating: IPX5
Charge time: 6 hours

2022 Electric Rideables – Board riders

Okai ES30 Okai has been a micro-mobility business since 2006. The ES30 is an on-road e-scooter with a big 700W motor and will cruise up hills up to 25 degrees. This is one quick charging rideable at approximately two hours, and can run to a range of 45km. It has 10-inch wheels and a top speed of 25kph. Compared to other e-scooters in its class, the ES30 is relatively light at 100kg, making it an ideal companion for public transport. Max speed: 25kph Range: 45km Weight: 20kg Load: 100kg IP rating: TBC
Charge time: approx. 5 hours

2022 Electric Rideables – Board riders

Okai ES30L

Segway Ninebot G65 A stalwart in the JB e-scooter range, consider the G65 a successor to the all-rounder superstar, the Max. The G65 is an on-road e-scooter designed for riders 16 and over with a maximum weight of 120kg. It has a powerful 400W motor, a range of 45-65km depending on the terrain, and can tackle hills with up to 20-degree slopes. Front and rear shock absorption and 10-inch tyres will help when you take it off-road. Max speed: 25kph Range: 45-65km Weight: 24.4kg Load: 120kg IP rating: IPX5
Charge time: 6 hours

2022 Electric Rideables – Board riders

Segway Ninebot G65

Segway Ninebot P100 Another e-scooter for adults, the P100 is an absolute beast with an impressive 80-100km range and a top speed of 43kph. At the heart is a 650W motor with excellent torque and will handle inclines of up to 23 degrees. The 10.5-inch tyres are self-sealing, so you won’t get caught short with a puncture. It also has built-in indicators, a horn, and an NFC locking/unlocking and on/off feature. Max speed: 43kph Range: 80-100km Weight: 31.8kg Load: 100kg IP rating: IPX5
Charge time: 8 hours

2022 Electric Rideables – Board riders

Segway Ninebot P100

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