48V 2x500W 13.2Ah

2019 WIDEWHEEL - Unique Design, Power and Comfort

Sale price Price $899.00 Regular price $999.00

- IN STOCK in US / CA / MEX on July 15th - shipping within 2-3 days.
- International volume in stock and orders welcome - shipping charges added at check-out.

The Mercane Widewheel electric scooter has been designed for ultimate riding comfort. Ultra-wide tires with front and rear suspension ensure the most comfortable and smooth ride! This high-powered and foldable electric scooter with high-efficiency Lithium-ion battery guarantees strong acceleration, top speeds of 25 mph and 20+ miles on a single charge. 

Two powerful 500W motors make this the best electric scooter for hills.

Experience a new feeling of freedom while cruising around on this stylish and powerful machine. Change the way you roll and upgrade your commute! 

Available in two variants:
- single 500W motor with 8.8Ah battery, 15+ miles (19 miles claimed)
- dual motors 1000W total with 13.2Ah battery, 20+ miles (31 miles claimed)

Satisfaction guaranteed!

Customer Reviews

Based on 161 reviews
80%
(128)
11%
(18)
5%
(8)
2%
(4)
2%
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N.A.
Lamborghini of Scooter

SPEC.. 1000w 48volt 13.2ah scooter
RIDER.. 185lb 55yo engineer with lung disease
THE EXPERIENCE...It’s impressive straight out of the box, It looks really cool, first time I rode it in Restricted Eco Mode, I headed straight for the biggest hill in Norwich it dealt with that with ease.
Power Mode performance is surprising, Manoeuvring at low speed in power mode takes a couple of journeys to get use to.
Around town stop start and on paths I use Eco Mode.
I rode it flat out for up to 15 miles to my dads, Mostly road, about 4 miles of smooth dirt track (ex railway line) and very steep hills (nothing slows it down). I’m confident on just tarmac in Eco mode WideWheel will exceed 20 miles range
HEAVY? 1000w, big battery, twin motor and huge wheels (what do you expect)
FOLDING complaints about the folding mechanism are a matter of opinion. it’s simple and bullet Proof. (It’s not quick) This is the sort of scooter to race busses not take on one!
POWER DELIVERY Power Mode is very aggressive! you do get use to it or use Eco Mode
DISPLAY. "there is no display" there’s a series of lights that are used to set up modes.
CUSTOMER SERVICE... When buying an expensive items that may require spares and maintenance, customer service can be a deal breaker. Whilst researching "Peter and Fluid Free Ride’s" legendary customer service kept popping up in reviews, I had a long list of questions I needed answered before buying, Peter not only replied very promptly he itemised my questions and answered each one honestly and comprehensively.
CONCLUSION it’s fast has excellent range, (twin motors share the torque so draw less current during acceleration). Hills don’t slow it down, I’ve taken it off road and it’s quick enough to keep up with traffic around town...
(I don’t fold it or carry it I have a smaller scooter for that work)
This is the Lamborghini of scooter outrageously good looking, very fast, and a little bit of a handful... (who care if you can’t see out the back...

S
S.
Excellent scooter and even better support!

I bought a widewheel scooter from Peter at Fluidfreeride late last year. It was working great except for an annoying squeaky sound from the wheels (not the disc brakes). I contacted Peter about the issue and sent videos so he could take a look at the issue himself. He responded right away and contacted the manufacturer on my behalf and determined the scooter wheel bearings had an issue. Instead of trying to repair the scooter which would mean I would not have access to the scooter for an extended period Peter arranged for a replacement scooter to be shipped to me right away. I was pleasantly surprised by his strong customer orientation and determination to ensure my satisfaction. I can’t speak highly enough of Peter’s great customer service. Highly recommended!!

P
P.
super scooter

I saw these scooters with the wide wheels on a business trip to Singapore and wanted to get one too. Not so easy to buy one in Switzerland. Fluidfreeride could send one directly to Zurich from China. I got the one with two motors almost three weeks ago and its great. at first i thought its way too slow but then the guys from fluid showed me how to remove the speed limit. Now it's 40 km/h :))))) It accelerates good and goes up the hills we have in my city. It looks so cool - everybody asks me about it. The best thing is that nobody else has one. The battery is good, I never made it empty but I already went 20km and it shows half empty.
what I don't like so much:
The folding with the turning screw is not very fast but after you do it a few times its ok.
its very heavy, I think around 20kg so I normally leave it with other bikes with a lock and do not carry it with me.

I would give between 4 and 5 stars but because Peter was so nice in the process I give 5.

K
K.C.
Very fun scooter.

Model: Dual Motor
The other day I dropped off my car to get new tires. I could have taken half a day of PTO and sat around to wait for them to finish, or I could have taken the bus; 2 transfers and an hour later I would be at work. Instead I pulled the Wide Wheel out of my trunk and ~10 miles and 30 minutes later I was at work on time and with a smile on my face. Later in the day I took the scooter downtown to run an errand, something I would normally never do, due to traffic and parking difficulty. It was an easy fun trip on the Wide Wheel. I let the scooter charge the rest of the work day until it was time to pick up my car.
I would only suggest this scooter if you have access to trails/bike lanes or 2 lane streets with 30mph speed limits for most of your trips. You will probably feel uncomfortable on anything else, and motorists will be unhappy with you. If you do, I wholeheartedly recommended it, it’s a fun scooter.

Pros
-Holy torque, this thing gets up to speed quick. In stop sign to stop sign traffic you can keep up with cars.
-Fun to ride, it is very stable and turning has a cool carving feel to it.
-Looks cool, no small feat for a scooter.
-Good range, I think I would get around 15 miles at full throttle without running the battery super low. More if I dialed it back a bit. (180lb rider)
-Good suspension – It’s going to feel rougher than if you were biking over the same terrain, but its pretty good for such small diameter non-pneumatic tires. It’s easy and fun to do little jumps to avoid larger road obstacles.

Cons
-The max speed for me was 23 mph on level ground. I wish it were a little faster (+2-3 mph would be ideal). If it were, I would feel comfortable taking it on one lane roads with 30mph speed limits. As it is, I think I would get run off the road in those situations. Maybe if your area has kinder drivers you won’t have this concern. (180lb rider)
-Throttle response is poor from 0-25%, 50-100% feels much better. Makes it hard to co...

  more detailed info and specs in tabs above  

Designed to perfection, the WideWheel is the best all-round electric scooter for commute & play

  • 2019 Model - improved throttle for smoother acceleration, added battery voltage display, improved folding mechanism (folding screw will not come out)
  • Powerful and Fast - the one or two electric motors have a max output of 800W each for thrilling acceleration and speeds up to 25mph 
  • Hill Climbing Torque - the dual motor model will climb any hill and has been proven on the steep streets of San Francisco.
  • Long range - the high efficiency Li-ion battery delivers a realistic 20 mile range (check out the range test video below)
  • Comfortable - the ultra-wide wheels in combination with front and rear suspension deliver the most comfortable ride any scooter can offer
  • Stylish and durable - the manufacturer's cutting edge die casting method without welding delivers high durability, quality and a seamless appearance 

Available in two variants: with a single 500W motor with 8.8Ah battery and dual (front and rear) 500W motors with a 13.2Ah battery.

2019 WideWheel Upgrades

Following lots of feedback on the previous version, we are bringing you the new and improved WideWheel

Key Required
Quickly running in somewhere and concerned someone will ride away? Just remove the key and your WideWheel will turn off. It cannot be turned on without the key.

Smooth Acceleration
The upgraded throttle delivers much smoother acceleration without the jerkiness of the previous model. Ride at walking speed or go full speed.

Better Battery Control
Live and accurate display of current battery voltage so you can better judge your WideWheel's charging status and overall battery health.  

Improved Folding Mechanism
The tightly fitting, zero rattle folding mechanism has been upgraded so that the screw stays in place no matter how much you turn. 

Engineered to Perfection

Lightweight aluminum alloy construction - easy maintenance at home - ultimate riding comfort 

hi tech electric scooter engineered to perfection
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"Hilariously Powerful and Fun"

"I’ve ridden a ton of electric scooters, but I’ve never ridden anything quite like the Mercane WideWheel electric scooter from FluidFreeRide. With dual 500 W motors (that are almost certainly each putting out closer to 1000 W), dual front and rear suspension, crazy acceleration and high top speed, this scooter is just too much fun!" 

Micah Toll, Writer Electrek.co, Full Product Review, February 2019 - Learn more... 

Check out these videos to see for yourself 

 More videos on our youtube channel 

Review of the 2019 Dual Motor WideWheel 

Electrek.co review of the WideWheel dual motor

Dual Motor Review by Midlife Toys

WideWheel 13.2Ah Range Test

"Impressive Performance"

"There is a lot to like about WideWheel. It provides a speedy yet comfortable ride, with a range of up to 20 miles and top speeds of 25mph. Additionally, the scooter is pretty well-priced thanks to the pre-order discount and it comes with a 90-day warranty." 

Gadget Flow, Product Review, October 2018 - Learn more... 

Customer Reviews

Based on 161 reviews
80%
(128)
11%
(18)
5%
(8)
2%
(4)
2%
(3)
N
N.A.
Lamborghini of Scooter

SPEC.. 1000w 48volt 13.2ah scooter
RIDER.. 185lb 55yo engineer with lung disease
THE EXPERIENCE...It’s impressive straight out of the box, It looks really cool, first time I rode it in Restricted Eco Mode, I headed straight for the biggest hill in Norwich it dealt with that with ease.
Power Mode performance is surprising, Manoeuvring at low speed in power mode takes a couple of journeys to get use to.
Around town stop start and on paths I use Eco Mode.
I rode it flat out for up to 15 miles to my dads, Mostly road, about 4 miles of smooth dirt track (ex railway line) and very steep hills (nothing slows it down). I’m confident on just tarmac in Eco mode WideWheel will exceed 20 miles range
HEAVY? 1000w, big battery, twin motor and huge wheels (what do you expect)
FOLDING complaints about the folding mechanism are a matter of opinion. it’s simple and bullet Proof. (It’s not quick) This is the sort of scooter to race busses not take on one!
POWER DELIVERY Power Mode is very aggressive! you do get use to it or use Eco Mode
DISPLAY. "there is no display" there’s a series of lights that are used to set up modes.
CUSTOMER SERVICE... When buying an expensive items that may require spares and maintenance, customer service can be a deal breaker. Whilst researching "Peter and Fluid Free Ride’s" legendary customer service kept popping up in reviews, I had a long list of questions I needed answered before buying, Peter not only replied very promptly he itemised my questions and answered each one honestly and comprehensively.
CONCLUSION it’s fast has excellent range, (twin motors share the torque so draw less current during acceleration). Hills don’t slow it down, I’ve taken it off road and it’s quick enough to keep up with traffic around town...
(I don’t fold it or carry it I have a smaller scooter for that work)
This is the Lamborghini of scooter outrageously good looking, very fast, and a little bit of a handful... (who care if you can’t see out the back...

S
S.
Excellent scooter and even better support!

I bought a widewheel scooter from Peter at Fluidfreeride late last year. It was working great except for an annoying squeaky sound from the wheels (not the disc brakes). I contacted Peter about the issue and sent videos so he could take a look at the issue himself. He responded right away and contacted the manufacturer on my behalf and determined the scooter wheel bearings had an issue. Instead of trying to repair the scooter which would mean I would not have access to the scooter for an extended period Peter arranged for a replacement scooter to be shipped to me right away. I was pleasantly surprised by his strong customer orientation and determination to ensure my satisfaction. I can’t speak highly enough of Peter’s great customer service. Highly recommended!!

P
P.
super scooter

I saw these scooters with the wide wheels on a business trip to Singapore and wanted to get one too. Not so easy to buy one in Switzerland. Fluidfreeride could send one directly to Zurich from China. I got the one with two motors almost three weeks ago and its great. at first i thought its way too slow but then the guys from fluid showed me how to remove the speed limit. Now it's 40 km/h :))))) It accelerates good and goes up the hills we have in my city. It looks so cool - everybody asks me about it. The best thing is that nobody else has one. The battery is good, I never made it empty but I already went 20km and it shows half empty.
what I don't like so much:
The folding with the turning screw is not very fast but after you do it a few times its ok.
its very heavy, I think around 20kg so I normally leave it with other bikes with a lock and do not carry it with me.

I would give between 4 and 5 stars but because Peter was so nice in the process I give 5.

K
K.C.
Very fun scooter.

Model: Dual Motor
The other day I dropped off my car to get new tires. I could have taken half a day of PTO and sat around to wait for them to finish, or I could have taken the bus; 2 transfers and an hour later I would be at work. Instead I pulled the Wide Wheel out of my trunk and ~10 miles and 30 minutes later I was at work on time and with a smile on my face. Later in the day I took the scooter downtown to run an errand, something I would normally never do, due to traffic and parking difficulty. It was an easy fun trip on the Wide Wheel. I let the scooter charge the rest of the work day until it was time to pick up my car.
I would only suggest this scooter if you have access to trails/bike lanes or 2 lane streets with 30mph speed limits for most of your trips. You will probably feel uncomfortable on anything else, and motorists will be unhappy with you. If you do, I wholeheartedly recommended it, it’s a fun scooter.

Pros
-Holy torque, this thing gets up to speed quick. In stop sign to stop sign traffic you can keep up with cars.
-Fun to ride, it is very stable and turning has a cool carving feel to it.
-Looks cool, no small feat for a scooter.
-Good range, I think I would get around 15 miles at full throttle without running the battery super low. More if I dialed it back a bit. (180lb rider)
-Good suspension – It’s going to feel rougher than if you were biking over the same terrain, but its pretty good for such small diameter non-pneumatic tires. It’s easy and fun to do little jumps to avoid larger road obstacles.

Cons
-The max speed for me was 23 mph on level ground. I wish it were a little faster (+2-3 mph would be ideal). If it were, I would feel comfortable taking it on one lane roads with 30mph speed limits. As it is, I think I would get run off the road in those situations. Maybe if your area has kinder drivers you won’t have this concern. (180lb rider)
-Throttle response is poor from 0-25%, 50-100% feels much better. Makes it hard to co...