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The Mahindra Genze 2.0 is an all-electric scooter designed for commuters riding in city centers. Speed limited to 30 mph, the Genze can be driven in most states without a motorcycle license. The Verge’s Sean O’Kane took his first hands-on look.
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I spoke with Sam from Myron’s Extreme Machines, home of the Electric Bicycle Center in Fullerton California about the history of electric kick scooters and he told me about some of the oldest models from Goped including the Hoverboard (a full suspension hard tire scooter) all the way to the ESR750 electric scooters which use chain drives. BladeZ is another that we looked at (made in Taiwan offering good quality) and compared with the Razor scooters and ScooterX which have followed the design that they developed. Eventually a person named Jay Sung created the EcoReco and launched on Kickstarter which resembled the GoMoto board that Sam has carried (along with some aftermarket parts). The GoMoto only weighed ~20 lbs and offered regenerative braking! The issue was that controllers would get ruined if you rode with regen. John Lynch and Dave Roth were running GoMoto moving from sealed lead acid to nickel metal hydride to lithium ion which increased the price (that was a bit high for the day). People who buy kick scooters tend to live in high density areas like Chicago, New York or even in neighborhoods like Irvine where it’s okay to ride on sidewalks. Electric kick scooters tend to go slower at ~15 mph so they are legal in more places and they are also very quiet compared to gas powered scooters. Electric power is easier on the knees and can be more fun compared with unpowered Razor, Xootr, No-Ped and Grow-Ped scooters. We also looked at the Etwow (youscooter), the Glion and iMax T3 and S1 which is a powerful 500 watt and 48 volt scooter. Sam mentioned the e-JOE Momas which has not yet launched. I learned that Razor followed Goped with the scrub style brake (where the fender creates friction coming in contact with the rear wheel to help you stop). Sam showed me the YikeBike which isn’t exactly a kick scooter but it was fun to see, they were created in New Zealand. Sam talked about what he calls “sidewalk surfing” based on his sideways body position when riding on some of these kickscooters. Many of the new models now have suspension in addition to inflated tires. Some of his customers have used the scooters for going into hospitals and other places with large parking lots. Sam recommended bringing your scooter inside with you verses trying to lock it up and talked about battery safety on airplanes. We also talked about some of the laws governing electric scooters (you have to be at least 16). Sam was involved with gas scooter racing back in the day and talks about where this was done and how it progressed.