Unique Electric Scooter review, the Super Glide 4.0 exclusively available at Ride the Glide in Victoria British Columbia. A fabulous commuter option with the ability to stand or sit. It has large fat tires and big shocks for a smooth ride. The deck is large for standing…and general comfort. Twin 48V 20 amp/hr batteries means a long ride and the 750w motor propels me down the road with ease. Check out my review of the Super Glide 4.0 🙂
Thank you to Ride the Glide for lending me the electric vehicle for reviewing and to Michael for helping with the filming 🙂
Ride the Glide: https://www.ridetheglide.ca/products/electric-bikes/fat-e-bikes/super-glide-stand-on-bike/
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