36V 300W 7.5Ah

CITYRIDER - Portable Allround for Short Commutes

Sale price Price $399.00 Regular price $499.00

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Ships by Oct 25.

This lightweight and foldable electric scooter is right for everyone who needs a compact and portable scooter for inner city rides. With only 28 pounds, its 36V 300W motor will reach a top speed of 18 mph. The 7.5Ah battery delivers a range of up to 10 miles. 

Bright front and rear LED lights, lateral reflectors and the integrated turn signals make this scooter a safe choice for riding in traffic and during the night. The rear drum brake and rear step on brake ensure great stopping power.

The sleek looking display shows speed (currently only in km/h) and allows for the selection of two gears (slow+fast). Solid honeycomb tires make for a smooth ride and promise you’ll never have a flat.

The wooden deck in combination with the nicely designed frame in all matte black make this scooter a stylish choice.

Reinvent your style of transportation - CITYRIDER is the perfect choice for shorter inner city commutes. It is powerful enough to be fun and still portable to take on a train or store away under your office desk. 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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D.U.
Not many better for the price

TL;DR Probably the best entry level scooter I've tried. Great for short commutes in chilled rides. Just about gets 5*s

Background:
- I'm too heavy for the scooter
- Bought for short flat commutes, dog excercising & riding along with family
- Comparing with GXL, M365, ES2/4/Max

Ordering and Delivery: 5*s
- Ordered Sunday night, arrived Thursday morning. Easy, quick and tracking info

Build Quality: 5*S
- Good: Feels well built, easy to put together (just put on handles), nice matte finish, wood board and grip a nice touch.
- Bad: Barely anything to mention. If being picky the charge port cap doesn't feel like it'll last long. plastics around the hook that keeps it folds scratches when it's attached to rear foot brake.

Computer: 4*s
- Good: Nothing special but everything you need:- Clear, easy to navigate, bright, and nice edgeless display. Cruise control a nice feature if fiddly.
- Bad: km/h only you - Fluidfreeride make this clear but still mph would have been better. Also the cruise control can be frustrating

Ride: 4*s
- Good: Quiet motor, smooth throttle, good breaks. Easy to swerve and manoeuvre, good speed for this class. Honeycomb tires do soften shallow bumps.
- Bad: Struggled up hill with my weight but that's to be expected. Crossing the road or a tram track is Jarring - miss the front spring of the ES2/4.

Battery: 4*s
- Good: Got about 5miles out of it, with 1 bar left. Charged to full in about 3hours. Not unlike others in this class
- Bad: Performance degraded once I got to 2/5 bars. Top speed was about 5km/h slower on same path.

Looks: 5*s
- Good: Seriously pretty machine, has a retro feel to it with the wood board. Stands out and different without being showy.
- Bad: Nothing

Safety: 5*s
- Good: Brakes were good, with added rear brake if you're panicking. Front light illuminated the path well, rear light seemed bright and blinks under braking. Indicators are a nice touch, even if I'm not gonna be doing too much turning.
- Bad: Nothing yet

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B.
Awesome

Ordered on Tuesday, arrived today (Thursday). Super-easy to inbox and get going. Taken it out for a first ride and all good so far. Really well put together - no rattles or shakes. Smooth ride. Smooth acceleration. I don’t mind the kph speed and, unlike the comment in the vid, I quite like the cruise control (maybe I’m just lazy). Early days but highly recommend this scooter and Fluidfreeride!

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B.N.
Great way to get into electric scooters

I've been using the scooter for a day or so, and this thing is a blast. As expected, it struggles up some steep (>16%) grades but really takes off on flat or downhill routes. Even in those steep hill situations, I was always able to keep above 5-6 kph by pushing along with my foot, with the hub motor working in support. The brakes take a bit to get used to, it almost seems like the electric brake is at 0% or 100% when you depress the lever. You can feel the effects of the regenerative brake as soon as you hit the throttle after a downhill. At just under 30 lbs, it is easy to carry around or lift over curbs, which makes this useful even with a decent number of stairs to get down to street level from my house. The lights are bright, the turn signals are an awesome feature and all around I am very happy with this scooter.
The heat-shrink cable connecting the motor to the deck seems like it will get in the way of turning the wheel, and I can already see some signs of wear on that outer shield. I might put some supportive/sacrificial padding on that part to keep it in good shape.

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M.
Great for the price. Perhaps not a great commuter however.

So I've had this scooter for 2 days now and have had a great time so far. For the price after rebate,im not sure it can be beat. I personally use it as more of a "toy" and less of a short distance commuter ride. I weigh in right at the weight limit of 220 and i feel that i'm not quite getting a full 10miles out of the scooter. But considering if you weigh considerably less I'm sure than 10mile limit can be more reassuringly reach without feelimg like you'd run out of battery in the middle of your ride.
The head & tail lights are very good I feel. They're bright enough for sure to be seen at least by cars. I think the turn signals are never going to be a realistic feature to need to use but are a nice feature nonetheless.
Overall I view this as a 'starter' scooter that's a great deal for the price.

The CITYRIDER electric scooter is a true all round talent at an affordable price.  Bright lights, turn signals, sleek display, lightweight and portable, dual brakes and much more...

Motor300W brushless hub motor
BatteryLithium-ion 36V 7.5Ah
Est rangerealistic 10 miles
Top speed18 mph
Weight limit220 lbs / 100 kg*
Tire size8.5" x 2" honeycomb solid tires
Suspensioninner suspension tires  
BrakesRear drum & rear step on brake
Lightsfront and rear LED
DisplaySpeedometer (km/h only)
Dimensions43.3x18.1x47.8 inches
Folded Dim.43.3x18.1x19.7  inches
Weight28.5 lbs
Drivefront wheel drive
Bat. positionunder board

Check out our review and first ride of the CITYRIDER

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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D.U.
Not many better for the price

TL;DR Probably the best entry level scooter I've tried. Great for short commutes in chilled rides. Just about gets 5*s

Background:
- I'm too heavy for the scooter
- Bought for short flat commutes, dog excercising & riding along with family
- Comparing with GXL, M365, ES2/4/Max

Ordering and Delivery: 5*s
- Ordered Sunday night, arrived Thursday morning. Easy, quick and tracking info

Build Quality: 5*S
- Good: Feels well built, easy to put together (just put on handles), nice matte finish, wood board and grip a nice touch.
- Bad: Barely anything to mention. If being picky the charge port cap doesn't feel like it'll last long. plastics around the hook that keeps it folds scratches when it's attached to rear foot brake.

Computer: 4*s
- Good: Nothing special but everything you need:- Clear, easy to navigate, bright, and nice edgeless display. Cruise control a nice feature if fiddly.
- Bad: km/h only you - Fluidfreeride make this clear but still mph would have been better. Also the cruise control can be frustrating

Ride: 4*s
- Good: Quiet motor, smooth throttle, good breaks. Easy to swerve and manoeuvre, good speed for this class. Honeycomb tires do soften shallow bumps.
- Bad: Struggled up hill with my weight but that's to be expected. Crossing the road or a tram track is Jarring - miss the front spring of the ES2/4.

Battery: 4*s
- Good: Got about 5miles out of it, with 1 bar left. Charged to full in about 3hours. Not unlike others in this class
- Bad: Performance degraded once I got to 2/5 bars. Top speed was about 5km/h slower on same path.

Looks: 5*s
- Good: Seriously pretty machine, has a retro feel to it with the wood board. Stands out and different without being showy.
- Bad: Nothing

Safety: 5*s
- Good: Brakes were good, with added rear brake if you're panicking. Front light illuminated the path well, rear light seemed bright and blinks under braking. Indicators are a nice touch, even if I'm not gonna be doing too much turning.
- Bad: Nothing yet

B
B.
Awesome

Ordered on Tuesday, arrived today (Thursday). Super-easy to inbox and get going. Taken it out for a first ride and all good so far. Really well put together - no rattles or shakes. Smooth ride. Smooth acceleration. I don’t mind the kph speed and, unlike the comment in the vid, I quite like the cruise control (maybe I’m just lazy). Early days but highly recommend this scooter and Fluidfreeride!

B
B.N.
Great way to get into electric scooters

I've been using the scooter for a day or so, and this thing is a blast. As expected, it struggles up some steep (>16%) grades but really takes off on flat or downhill routes. Even in those steep hill situations, I was always able to keep above 5-6 kph by pushing along with my foot, with the hub motor working in support. The brakes take a bit to get used to, it almost seems like the electric brake is at 0% or 100% when you depress the lever. You can feel the effects of the regenerative brake as soon as you hit the throttle after a downhill. At just under 30 lbs, it is easy to carry around or lift over curbs, which makes this useful even with a decent number of stairs to get down to street level from my house. The lights are bright, the turn signals are an awesome feature and all around I am very happy with this scooter.
The heat-shrink cable connecting the motor to the deck seems like it will get in the way of turning the wheel, and I can already see some signs of wear on that outer shield. I might put some supportive/sacrificial padding on that part to keep it in good shape.

M
M.
Great for the price. Perhaps not a great commuter however.

So I've had this scooter for 2 days now and have had a great time so far. For the price after rebate,im not sure it can be beat. I personally use it as more of a "toy" and less of a short distance commuter ride. I weigh in right at the weight limit of 220 and i feel that i'm not quite getting a full 10miles out of the scooter. But considering if you weigh considerably less I'm sure than 10mile limit can be more reassuringly reach without feelimg like you'd run out of battery in the middle of your ride.
The head & tail lights are very good I feel. They're bright enough for sure to be seen at least by cars. I think the turn signals are never going to be a realistic feature to need to use but are a nice feature nonetheless.
Overall I view this as a 'starter' scooter that's a great deal for the price.