Pride Mobility - Sport Rider Hothttp://myseniorsource.com/media/reviews/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/6a/6f/6f/sport-rider-3-wheel-mobility-scooter-23-1400821014.jpg
Combining performance, style and comfort, the Sport Rider from Pride Mobility includes an impressive list of standard features. Ride around with class and style!
The Pride Mobility Sport Rider combines a scooter with a motorcycle creating a sporty look and feel. There's more than looks though that make this such a great model. The 400 pound weight capacity makes this scooter available to a wide range of users. With a blazing fast top speed of nearly 10 miles per hour and a long lasting driving range over 31 miles, you'll be able to zip from one side of town to the other and back again.
The Sport Rider is packed full of features that make driving this scooter a dream. You'll notice differences that set this scooter apart from the rest right away starting with a digital display that includes a speedometer and odometer. The padded captains chair with a tall, padded backrest and headrest, swivels for easy access on and off the scooter, and adjusts forward or back so you can easily find a comfortable setting while driving. Large 14" pneumatic tires and a full suspension system offer you a smooth ride on both flat surfaces and uneven terrain. Maneuvering is made simple with the three wheel design and motorcycle handlebars complete with rearview mirros. A full lighting system offers you the ability to safely drive around at night.
With such a fast top speed, you may want to include the optional windshield that is available for this model. In order to maintain the sporty look, a front carrying basket is not included. Should you need storage space, an optional rear storage pod can be added and easily installed. The Sport Rider does not disassemble and is generally too big for many scooter lifts, therefore you may wish to use a ramp if you need to transport it anywhere.
I have been riding scooters for 20 years. I moved from a flat suburb to a very hilly one. The Sport Rider handles the hills with ease and the comfort is fantastic. Overall, the scoot not only looks good it performs better than any I have ever had. I would recommend the Sport Rider to experienced scooter riders in all conditions.
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