Zero 9 Electric Scooter Range Test – Big Guy Review




I popped out yesterday for a ride and figured I would see how far I could go 🙂
Turns out pretty far 🙂
I started at the Zero Mile mark in Victoria and traveled out to almost Langford approx 9 kms (5 miles) and then turned around and rode back and through parts of downtown…total 20.1 km or about 12.5 miles which for a big guy like me is amazing 🙂
I did put the scooter in 1st gear power setting for the trip so maintained a comfortable speed of approx 24 km/h about 15 mph and I find this a very smooth and relaxing speed 🙂
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Reading articles that look back in history makes me more passionate about my love for motorcycles. The Crocker bikes significantly became a collector’s other Holy Grail due to it’s long heritage from the start of the century. Looking at these pictures makes me think how has the motorcycle evolved from simple machines to speed devils. Read through my page and enjoy your flash back in time!

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