Zero 11X Electric Scooter Review – Big Guy Electric Scooter Review – Filmed in 4K




Today I had the opportunity to try out the Zero 11x and do a quick review.
Thank you to Ride the Glide here in Victoria for lending me the scooter for the review 😉

Specifications :
72V 32Ah LG
Dual 1,600W motors
52.2 kg / 115 lbs
Max 95 km/h
50 – 100 km
11″ tires
Pneumatic
Off Road tires
Front and rear hydraulic coil spring
Zoom 160 mm hydraulic disc
Front and Rear lights
Generic Display

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