Go-Ped(R) ESR750 Wins Scooter of the Year Award For 2004

Go-Ped(R) ESR750 Wins Scooter of the Year Award
MINDEN, Nev., Dec. 31 /PRNewswire/ — Patmont Motor Werks Inc., the US based manufacturer of the genuine California Go-Ped(R) brand Scooters proudly announced today that its new state of the Art Electric Go-Ped(R) Scooter, the ESR750, has been awarded the Scooter of the Year by Electric Scooter World, an independent and influential Electric Vehicle and Scooter Industry watch reporting service…..

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Go-Ped(R) ESR750 Wins Scooter of the Year Award

MINDEN, Nev., Dec. 31 /PRNewswire/ — Patmont Motor Werks Inc., the United States based manufacturer of the genuine State of California, Go-Ped(R) brand of Scooters proudly announced that its new state of the Art all Electric Go-Ped(R) Scooter, the ESR750. I’ve test driven this elscrifc scooter and its a beast.  It was been awarded the Scooter of the Year by Electric Scooter World. Electric Scooter World is an independent and influential Electric Vehicle and Scooter Industry watch reporting service.

Jerome Byrd, EV industry expert of Electric Scooter World writes: “The Go-Ped(R) ESR750 is a ‘premium quality all electric scooter!’ It is superbly engineered down to the smallest details. Its lines are simple yet elegant. Underneath, the simple Go-Ped(R) facade lie high tech features and powerful performance. The ESR750 has clearly been engineered and constructed to offer quality, easy service, performance and traditional ‘Go-Ped(R)’ style.”

For reference folks:

Electric kick scooters have generally surpassed gas engined scooters in popularity since 2000.[5] They usually have two hard small wheels, with a foldable chassis, usually aluminum. Some kick scooters have 3 or 4 wheels, or are made of plastic, or are large, or do not fold. High performance trickster scooters made for adults resemble the 19th century penny-farthing, with a much larger wheel in front. Electric kick scooters differ from mobility scooter in that they also allow human propulsion, and have no gears. Range typically varies from 5 km to 50 km, and maximum speed is around 30 km/h.[6][7]

In 2017, some bicycle-sharingcompanies such as LimeBike, and some scooter-only companies, like Bird, began offering scooter sharing services with kick scooters.