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UrbanScooters.com is making available the all-new, innovative GoPed ESR750H Hoverboard Li-Ion electric scooter. The addition of high-tech Li-Ion battery technology to the standard electric Hoverboard greatly enhances its range and performance characteristics while dropping the scooters total weight.
UrbanScooters.com announces the addition of the Go-Ped Super Go-Quad 30, the Go-Ped Super Go-Quad 46 and the Go-Ped Trail Ripper Quad to its expansive inventory of go-carts, electric scooters, gas scooters, electric bikes and more. South Pasadena, CA – December 5th, 2008 -- UrbanScooters.com has added four-wheeled on and off-road Go Karts to their lineup. With three different kart types available, the rider can choose the model that best suits their driving style. The Go-Ped Super Go-Quad 30 is a great beginner Go Kart for smooth surfaces. The Super Go-Quad 46 is a much more powerful and faster version of the Go-Quad 30, and top of the line Trail Ripper Quad with full (C.I.D.L.I.) suspension. Off-road terrain is no match for the Trail Ripper Quad and the racing engine has power to spare as it rockets riders to speeds over 29 mph.
UrbanScooters.com announces the addition of the new, state-of-the-art, Go-Ped ESR750 Li-Ion to its line up. South Pasadena, CA – December 3rd, 2008 - UrbanScooters.com announces the addition of the new Go-Ped ESR750EX Li-Ion to its line up. Go-Ped took their ESR750 electric scooter and improved upon the already exceptional design with the addition of Lithium-Ion batteries. These new, lighter batteries give ESR750Li-Ion electric scooters increased agility due to the weight difference and more range from the high output the lithium-ion batteries are capable of.
South Pasadena, CA -- Dec 01, 2008 -- Crystalyte offers three different Phoenix Series electric hub motors, each with their own specialized performance capabilities. These electric hub motors are not only superior quality, but the most powerful motors for electric bikes on the market. In fact, so powerful that a brake upgrade is necessary to sufficiently slow the bike from 30+ mph! The Phoenix Brute has the most bottom end torque, great for hills, rough terrain, and large carrying capacities. The Phoenix Cruiser has middle range torque and a higher top speed than the Brute. The Phoenix Racer has the highest top speed and top end torque.