With the increasing popularity of e-scooters, we are finding more and more uses for them. One of these uses is using them for off-road purposes, such as on farms, unpaved tracks, sand, and more. Off-road e-scooters have been rapidly rising in popularity and there are now many different choices on the market. Off-road scooters are specifically made to handle tough terrains such as gravel, grass, mud, snow, and other n rough terrains, and are also a great option for someone looking for a scooter with a little more power and adventure.
When looking for an off-road scooter, there are a few things to consider. We recommend that if you are buying an e-scooter to use off-road, you should think about aspects such as whether the tyres are big enough, whether the quality of the scooter will withstand tough terrains and whether it has enough motor power for what you want to do with it.
To help you decide what is best for you, we have put together a useful list of the e-scooters that we recommend for off-roading:
The first recommendation we have for an off-road e-scooter is the Kaabo Wolf. These scooters are particularly well known for their durability and 9 out of 10 customers who buy a Kaabo Wolf buy it for off-road purposes. This scooter is fitted with dual hub BLDC motors, each with 1200 Watts of power. The Kaabo also has robust 11-inch pneumatic tyres, front wheel dual shock absorbers, rear dual thick spring shock absorbers, and a climb angle of 17 degrees. Additionally, all Kaabo’s Wolf models have ridged tyres and high tech-suspension, which is ideal for this kind of e-scooter.
Several Nanrobot e-scooters have been created specifically for off-roading purposes and we recommend them. The newest Nanrobot, the LS7+, has an impressive max recorded speed of 58mph, a “super responsive throttle”, a safe braking system, rear suspension, and a 40Ah lithium battery that enables it to cover long-distance range with just a single charge. Nanrobot is known to provide great performance at a reasonable price, making this a good option if you are new to the e-scooter world.
Last but not least, we also recommend the Proton Pro 3. The Pro3 has a top speed of about 51MPH and 10-inch pneumatic tyres, making this another great option for using off-road. This scooter has reinforced extreme handlebars, an LED lighting system, a digital display, hydraulic brakes, and a range of 34 miles. Another benefit of the Protron PRO3 is that you can choose whether you want to add the seat attachment. This scooter can also be folded up and easily transported and stored, making it perfect to take with you on trips
If you are interested in an off-road scooter, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. You can find our contact details on our website, or you can come and visit us in our Glasgow or Edinburgh stores and we would be more than happy to talk to you.