Scooters

  • EC-03: Yamaha rolls out low-cost electric 50cc scooter

    EC-03: Yamaha rolls out low-cost electric 50cc scooter

    Yamaha Japan announced [press release in English] the EC-03 today, an electric 50cc scooter that's powered by a 50V/14Ah lithium ion battery. The vehicle has a driving range of 43km (at 30km/h on flat roads) per charge. A charge takes six hours, with Yamaha saying that a household electrical outlet (100V) is all you need. Read More

  • Stairmaster + scooter = Pumgo

    Stairmaster + scooter = Pumgo

    If you like stairs and you also happen to like scooters but you can't decide between a flight of stairs and a scooter, maybe you'll find yourself in the market for this Pumgo thing. It's a pedal-powered scooter. You know, for when pushing your foot along the pavement isn't as exhilirating as pedaling. Read More

  • Fancy scooter design, now with a place to put your stuff

    Fancy scooter design, now with a place to put your stuff

    It's pretty obvious that our fascination with crazy designs and fancy renders has recently returned. Today's example, a scooter—oh how European—that solves the problem of, “Gee, where do I stash my bread and cheese?” Why, in the large space underneath the seat, silly! Read More

  • Yamaha's Fuel Cell Scooter Ready To Roll

    Yamaha is set to debut a new pseudo-125cc fuel cell-powered scooter at this week’s International Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exposition in Yokohama. The scooter has a secondary Lithium Ion battery that charges from the main Hydrogen fuel cell. If Yamaha puts the little bike into production, it would be the first mass-produced fuel cell vehicle on the… Read More