If a vehicle can go fast, you better believe that people are going to drive it. Boats, aircraft, motorcycles; There are racing leagues for almost every type of car imaginable. NYear after year, Electric scooters are working Now that eSkootr Championship What made the final Each racer will ride.
Made by an Italian company called YCOM, Which It worked as well Exit, The S1-X eSkooter does not look dramatically different from rental electric scooters that you see in the downtown cores of many cities. But weighs in at 77 Pound, you don’t want to find yourself carrying yourself on a flight of stairs The road to your office – even with a carbon fiber chassis that provides the most aerodynamics. Hidden bThat bodywork front and rear suspension material, and a A pair of six-kilowatt electric motors that rely on a special torque delivery system that ensures that power is always evenly balanced between the two wheels.
Power comes from a 1.5 kWh lithium battery, but YCOM did not share details about how far the S1-X can go on a single charge. This is probably nowhere near the limit of electric scooters rented by companies like Lime that can travel more than that. 20 miles before charging is required, there is a custom boost mode especially for riders of S1-X which requires a momentary advantage. If they actually want to cross the finish line, however, they will want to use it sparingly.
Although the S1-X has been tested with 16 different riders and 70% of scooters are limited Electricity, when official racing is held in 2022, is expected to hit these two-wheeled vehicles directly at speeds of up to 60 miles per hour.
It may not seem as fast as motorcycles can hit at speeds of more than 200 miles per hour During a race, but these racers will stand full time, 55-Degrees lean more tightlyDuring the test, even under gender reduction, Riders reported feeling extremely tired after a race. DDespite the whole concept of electric scooter racing, which sounds like a parody, competitors actually have to be very physically fit if they have any hope of scouting across the finish line first.