The ultimate high-performance scooter
Introducing a new type of mobility scooter with added larger deck space, the Go-Go Elite Traveller® _Sport from the ‘Pride® Travel Scooter’ range features an innovative design with a full complement of unique standard features. A charger port conveniently located in the tiller, front and rear LED lighting, 9-inch wheels at front and rear and an increased weight capacity of 23 Stone 3 lbs. are just a few features that make the Go-Go Elite Traveller Sport an exceptional scooter.
Go-Go Elite Traveller Sport Specifications
|Weight Capacity:||23 Stone 3 lbs (147 kg)|
|Maximum Speed:||4mph (6 km/h)|
|Ground Clearance:||3.8 cm (1.5”) at motor|
|Overall Length:||109.2 cm (43”)|
|Overall Width:||54 cm (21.25”)|
|Turning Radius:||128.3 cm (50.5”)|
|Tyres:||Front: 7.62 cm x 22.9 cm (3” x 9”) solid
Rear: 7.62cm x 22.9 cm (3” x 9”) solid
|Standard Controls:||LED Display|
|Heaviest piece when disassembled:||20 kg (44 lbs.) front section|
|Total weight without batteries:||44 kg (100 lbs.)|
|Seating:||Foldable, compact, vinyl-covered molded plastic|
|Battery Requirements:||Two 12-volt, deep cycle (standard)
Size: 2x 12 AH or optional 2 x 18 AH
Weight: 12 AH: 9 kg (20 lbs.) battery pack
18 AH: 13 kg (29 lbs.) battery pack
- Varies with user weight, terrain type, battery amp-hour (AH), battery charge, battery condition and tyre condition.
- Due to manufacturing tolerances and continual product improvement, this specification can be subject to a variance of ( or – 3%).
- Battery weight may vary based on manufacturer.
NOTE: All specifications subject to change without notice.
The information contained herein is correct at the time of publication; due to the manufacturer’s commitment to constant improvement and development, they reserve the right to alter specifications without prior notice. Theoretical range is calculated under test conditions in accordance with European standards. Actual range in normal use will depend on many factors, including the condition of the vehicle and its batteries, the weight of the driver, correct tyre pressure, ambient temperature, and the gradient and surface of the road or pavement.