by Micah Toll
I’m going to start right off the bat and say that if you’re going to ride a high speed electric scooter like this, please take safety seriously.
Wolf King GT Pro tech specs • Motors: Dual 2,000W motors with combined 4+ kW peak power • Battery: 72V 35Ah 2.52kWh Li-ion battery with LG/Samsung cells • Top speed: 63 mph (101 km/h) • Acceleration: 0-50 mph (80 km/h) in 4.8 seconds • Range: Max of 74 miles (119 km) • Weight: 115 lb (52 kg) • Load capacity: 330 lb (150 kg) • Brakes: Front and rear hydraulic disc brakes
Wolf King GT Pro tech specs (cont'd) • Tires: 11×3.5-inch tubeless tires for reduced flats and easier repair • Suspension: Front hydraulic fork, rear swingarm with hydraulic suspension • Extras: Dual charging ports, beefy side kickstand, pair of really bright headlights, taillights, turn signals, beautiful color TFT anti-glare screen, USB charger port, motorcycle horn, mud flaps, single/dual motor operating modes, comfortable thumb throttle • Cost: MSRP of $3,795 but currently on sale for $3,599
This is of course not an electric scooter for the faint of heart. Fast and powerful scooters are powerful tools for commuters and thrill-seekers, but you’ve got to have some serious passion for power – or perhaps a few screws loose – to step on the tall deck of this bad boy. For me, it might be a bit of both.
While this is a fast scooter, you can ride it at whatever speed you like. And that massive battery can either provide super high power or just keep you riding for dozens and dozens of miles longer without needing a charge.
The scooter I tested came with street tires, which was great considering I mostly ride streets. But of course, I did a bit of off-road testing as well to see what it could do.
The tall ground clearance and hydraulic suspension make it great for bumpy paths, and the powerful lights actually light up the ground in front of you instead of just being little dots of lights to tell cars that you exist.