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Unagi Electric Scooter

Unagi Electric Scooter

The Unagi electric scooter is a fun way to get around the marina and into town. Unagi’s thoughtful folding design is super compact and light weight so its easy to store and whip out and go on the fly.  This scooter features rubber wheels that require no inflation or maintenance and provides for a smooth ride.  Choose between single or dual 250 watt motors and smart battery that hits a max speed of 20 mph and a range of 20 miles.

The scooter weighs just over 26 pounds and comes with electronic brakes and a 47 lumen LED headlight for a safe ride.

Get your scoot on for $990.

Super73-S1 e-bike

Super73-S1 e-bike

We found your wheels to have on-board and at the marina. No one will mistake this bad boy for a moped. The SUPER73-S1 is a rugged utility urban cruiser. The S1 is equipped with a durable and removable 696 watt-hour battery, a bright LED headlight, brake light, and rear cargo rack. The S1’s versatility has helped it become one of the most recognizable bikes in the SUPER73 lineup. The minimalist, retro-inspired S1 offers the look and feel of a motorcycle but with the high-tech operational power of a high-end electric bike. Its smooth acceleration gets you to a top speed of 20 mph that gets you from marina to town quickly and efficiently, and the impressive 40 mile battery life lets you make multiple stops and runs on a single charge.

Buy yours for $1,995 in army green, jet black or tan and be the talk of the marina.

Cake OSA Electric Bike

Cake OSA Electric Bike

This Swedish electric bike is just what’s needed for runs around the marina or into town for supplies. There are a number of electric bikes coming on line, but Cake has built one with utility in mind. It’s modular design uses a clamp system that accepts a bunch of attachments – baskets, seats, lights, workbench, etc. It has a forged, machined and welded aluminum frame and boasts a range up to 63 miles. OSA weighs just 145 lbs and the battery can recharge in 3 hours.

Cake OSA Electric Bike

Starts at $6500+. Pre-order yours now for delivery starting in March, just in time for the boating season.

Superride Self Balancing Electric Unicycle

Superride Self-Balancing Electric Unicyle

Segways are dorky and we wouldn’t be caught dead on one. But this Superride Self-Balancing Electric Unicycle is bad ass. It’s a killer way to buzz around the marina or in to town. It doesn’t need gas and takes up less space than a bike or scooter.

Using gyroscopes, it keeps itself steady while enabling intuitive control: simply lean forward to accelerate and back to brake. Leaning sideways to turn, and rest it on the rear kickstand when you hop off. Its 1,000-watt motor enables a top speed of 20 mph, while the 60-volt / 5.8-Ah battery charges quickly and has a range of up to 15 miles. Battery and speed info can be accessed via the LED display, and it also ships with an electronic horn and LED headlight.

You can buy yours for $1,399 with free shipping.

Sol Pocket Rocket

Sol Motors Pocket Rocket Bike

Germany-based Sol Motors has the perfect answer for scooting around the marina and town in style — the Pocket Rocket bike.  The Pocket Rocket isn’t an e-bike or a scooter, and it’s too small to be a motorcycle.  Sol has categorized it as a noped.  Packing up to 8.5 horsepower in a hub-mounted electric motor, the Pocket Rocket can hit up to 50 MPH and travel 50 miles. With a weight of 121 pounds, you can store the Pocket Rocket nearly anywhere, and the ultra-modern design won’t make you cringe on your trip.

Learn more at Sol.

 

Sol Pocket Rocket Bike

 

Sol Pocket Rocket Bike