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World’s Fastest-Folding Electric Scooter

In metro cities parking is a huge issue, finding space to park your vehicle is a tiresome task and It is not that easy to take a bicycle into a city apartment or find a place on the street to charge your electric scooter. So, here it comes the stigo with fastest-folding electric bike which has  provided the solution to all  problems.



It can be taken anywhere – indoors, to public transportation, to café, etc – therefore you can charge it anywhere! You don’t need parking space or charging infrastructure. Also, Stigo has trolley wheels, so it’s as easy to pull along as a suitcase. 



Stigo comes with 36V Lithium-ion battery & a 250W hub motor, which gives a top speed of 25 km/h and range of 15 to 19 Km for a single charge. Unladen weight of Stigo is only 14.1 kg. It uses a grip-twist throttle to adjust the speed & folds up in 2 seconds with footprint a mere 48×40 cm. No special power outlet is required for charging Stigo.



Stigo is designed specifically to be as comfortable for long distance riding without the need to pedal. The broadness of the Stigo saddle supports more of the buttock which helps to relieve pressure from the soft tissue and organs. Also has  the curvature of the Stigo saddle prevents the rider from slipping off on inclines, similar to how bucket seats on a race car keeps the driver from being thrown sideways during turns.

If you need longer range,for it , then Stigo+ with two batteries is the way to go - it goes about 30-40 kilometres per charge.
Image & Content Courtesy : stigobike

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