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The Raptor

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Transform your short or long journeys for good with The Raptor. Commute your way to work, shop or just a random ride across the town.

"The Raptor is the best thing I ever purchased" - Celine R.


Between the giant wide-wheel tires and the single one-sided cantilever 4130 chromoly handlebar, our Raptor is as innovative as it really gets.

The wide wheels aren’t just for show either. Not only do they house and protect a 1,000 W motor, but they are also part of the “self-balancing” nature of this electric scooter. With the battery weight solidly below the wheel axles and a wide contact patch, the scooter is essentially self-righting and doesn’t require a kickstand at all.

Push it sideways and it will function like a Weeble, it wobbles but it won’t fall down.


The Raptor has a top speed of 75 mph, which is definitely faster than all most electric scooters.

Braking is accomplished via a disc brake in the front and regenerative braking in the rear!

The Raptor weighs 90 lbs (41 kg) and can support up to 250 lbs (113 kg). It is also fairly maneuverable for such a massive looking scooter, with a turning radius of 94 inches (238 cm)!

The 58 inch (147 cm) high and 20 inch (51 cm) wide scooter stands 43 inches (109 cm) tall, but the handlebar folds down to 17 inches (43 cm) high.

The handlebar houses a twist throttle, brake lever, horn button, LED battery indicator, on/off button and a key lock as well.

All of the wiring is routed inside of the handlebar tube, resulting in the clean outward appearance with a great design.

What it lacks in portability it makes up for in speed. The scooter can accelerate to an impressive 75 mph, which doesn’t make it the fastest electric two-wheeler on the market, but certainly outpaces any Bird or Lime scooter by a long, long shot. The motor has a peak power rating of 1,000W, and the lithium-ion battery can be fully recharged in four hours.

There are four riding modes: Limp, Eco, Sport, and X.  Limp mode, while hilarious on the surface, is something to protect the rider if something goes wrong. The other modes are user-selectable.