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URB-E
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16 Alternatives to URB-E

Bird's delivered to your door

Bird Zero is the industry’s first rugged e-scooter designed by Bird specifically for Rideshare 2.0.

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TechCrunch
Bird, the electric scooter-sharing startup worth $2 billion, is further differentiating itself from the rest of the pack with the launch of custom, rugged electric scooters. These will roll out in the "coming weeks," post-beta testing in Los Angeles, Nashville, Atlanta, Baltimore, Austi...
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The most compact electric scooter that folds

eScooter is a redesigned electric scooter like no other. With its unique folding system, eScooter stands out from the competition by unfolding/folding in less than 5 seconds! Can you believe that? What is even better is its clever design that makes it small yet fast. Experience the craftiest electric scooter in the market, eScooter |Foldable|.

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Newatlas
​Folding electric scooter are certainly not in short supply these days, but many make users stand for that last mile journey.
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eScooter that runs 100+km on a single charge 🛵

NIU is optimistic about the future of living in cities. We are here to free you from urban congestion, and to inspire you to unlock the potential of your city.

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🛵 Bosch Motor + Panasonic Battery

🛵 100km+ on a single-charge

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CNBC
Wang Xiao Pian, 38, said she began selling Niu scooters in 2015 and opened a store in Beijing's central east Dongcheng district in April 2017. She said the store sold more than 300 scooters in August, and at least as many in September so far.
Electrek
While electric scooters (Vespa-style, not Razor-style) are not very widespread yet in the US, they are quickly becoming the most common form of transportation in Chinese cities. This is largely due to environmentally sustainable government policies which make gas-powered motorcycles and scooters either illegal or impractically expensive in Chinese cities.
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Stylish, folding, electric scooter

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WIRED
The biggest problem with the Xcooter, unsurprisingly, is the name. But once you get over that-it may take a few minutes-the folding electric scooter is worth a look. Produced by Miami-based Smart-Rhino, the Xcooter is meant to be a last mile solution.
CNET
City dwellers take note: your daily commute is about to get a lot speedier with a fold-up scooter that can take you from work to play.
The Verge
A Miami-based startup called Smart-Rhino has discovered something very valuable: if you give someone a foldable micro-sized motor bike that travels faster than 15mph, it is impossible to have a bad time. The company brought its product, the Xcooter, to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and let us demo it in the lobby of the Mirage hotel.
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