|Speed||15 and 31 mph|
|Power||500 watt (0.7 hp)|
|Battery Life||1,000 cyclesℹ|
|Range||31 miles (45 mph)
43 miles (25 mph)
|Charge Time||3.5 hours|
The SURU S19 is a unique electric moped innovation from an electric motorcycle manufacturer from Canada. The company is a subsidiary of one of the first pioneers in electric motorcycles since 2011, Amarok Racing, a company that created worlds first fully monocoque electric superbike, the Amarok P1.
The SURU scooters are 100% made in Canada and 60% of the materials are sustainably sourced in Canada.
The name SURU is based on the initials of the names of the children from the founder of the company, Michael Uhlarik, an international award-winning motorcycle designer who studied industrial design in Toronto, France and at London’s prestigious Royal College of Art.
The SURU S19 is a modified version of the SURU Scrambler. The S19 is optimized for regular road / city usage.
The S19 is an electric mobility solution that essentially invents it’s own category. It is a bicycle-moped cross over that shares parts from both a motorcycle and a bicycle. The moped offers bike pedals and big motorcycle wheels, suspension and brakes.
“SURU combines the casual ease of use of a bicycle with the sweat-free thrill of a motorbike. So many people are attracted to motorcycles, who love the look of cafe racers and custom culture, but getting into motorcycling can be intimidating and expensive. SURU is the ideal gateway without the pain.”
The scooter is powered by a 250, 500 or 750 watt in-wheel electric motor for a top speed of 20 mph.
The scooter has a removable Lithium battery made by Sony for a range of 31-43 miles. The charge time of the battery is 3.5 hours. The battery is lockable to prevent theft.
The scooter is durable and robust. The wheels are 3x stronger than regular moped wheels and are rated at 62 mph. All electronics are integrated in the monocoque frame to make it impossible to be damaged by vandalism. The 1600 lumen head light is built in and not bolted on. The design has been prepared for public scooter sharing usage.
The scooter is equipped with a motorcycle-grade 110mm brake drum (front wheel). The advantage of the brake is that it does not emit air pollution.
Less air pollution than most electric scooters
Air pollution by disc brakes is more toxic for humans than exhaust fumes and up to 20% of the air pollution emitted by a standard vehicle is caused by disc brakes. While the SURU S19 does use a rear disc brake, the front brake does not emit air pollution. When the electric motor in the rear wheel would be configured to provide braking power (regenerative braking) it may be possible to skip using the rear disc brake and prevent the most toxic kind of air pollution.
The scooter can be equipped with carrying bags for cargo and delivery purposes. The scooter can be customized to meet specific business requirements.
The scooter can be personalized with a custom design.
Send us a colour swatch, colour reference code, or a photo of a design you love and we will make a SURU frame to match.
The scooter can be ordered online and is shipped world wide.
1300-1969 Lower Water Street
Phone: +1 844 SURU 150 (844-787-8150)
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