NIU’s electric scooters, mopeds, and e-bikes have been a hit with adults around the world. Now the company is bringing that same electrically powered fun to a younger audience with the launch of a new kids’ scooter known as the NIU NQi Mini.Expand Expanding Close
Major bicycle manufacturer Kent is announcing today its first electric bicycle designed specifically for children. The Kent Torpedo packs an e-bike system onto a 20″ kids bike, charging up the ride with more distance and speed.Expand Expanding Close
UK-based OSET is the world leader in kid-sized electric dirt bikes that help teach children to ride from a young age. And now the company is gearing up for the holiday season early with an attack on video games in favor of some good old fashioned outdoor shenanigans. In the form of electric dirt bikes for kids, of course.
I didn’t get bitten by the e-bike bug until I was nearly 20 years old. I shudder at the thought of other innocent kids having to wait that long to experience the thrill of electric drive on two wheels. That’s why I was excited to test out two of Razor’s electric motorbikes, the MX350 dirt bike and Pocket Mod scooter.
Arrow Smart-Kart gives parents smartphone-controlled speed limiting & geofencing for their boy/girl racers [Video]
Ok, I officially want to be a kid again. If you want to get your kids into the electric car habit early, Actev is this weekend launching the Arrow Smart-Kart. For kids aged 5-9, the message is that it looks and sounds like a race kart (thanks to speakers with artificially-generated V12 engine sounds), has GPS and WiFi – and it can do donuts.