Scooter Yedoo Dragstr
Fast, sporty scooter, low weight, compact size, interesting design.
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Scooter Yedoo Dragstr
Scooter Yedoo Dragstr is a light sporty scooter with aluminium frame. Despite its low weight, its frame is optimally rigid and can support up to 150 kg in weight. The scooter has high-quality Tektro V-brakes with aluminium levers, reliable Kenda tires and 20ʺ wheels, that make the scooter both fast and easy to steer. A comfortable ride is ensured by foam grips and sizable 40 cm long foot board. Thanks to its compact size, Scooter Yedoo Dragstr will easily fit inside your car and its low weight will allow you to carry it with ease up the stairs, for example. This makes the scooter an ideal city transport, more than suitable for commute to work or school. With Scooter Yedoo Dragster, you’ll ride as fast as the wind.
|HEAD SET||NECO-alloy 1 1/8" threaded|
|BRAKE LEVERS||TEKTRO ML 520-alloy|
|BRAKES||mini "V" TEKTRO-alloy / mini "V" TEKTRO-alloy|
|RIMS||HJC alloy double wall + CNC side walls|
|HUB WIDTH (FRONT/REAR)||74/74 mm|
|QUICK RELEASE LEVERS (FRONT/REAR)||Yes/yes|
|TIRES (FRONT/REAR)||Kenda (60TPI, kevlar guard)|
|PREPARATION FOR BOTTLE HOLDER||1x|
|FOOT BOARD||40 cm|
|HANDLEBAR HEIGHT||90 - 95 cm|
|HANDLEBAR WIDTH||64 cm|
|RIDE HEIGHT (HIGHER/LOWER POSITION)||4,5/6,5 cm|
|DISTANCE BETWEEN FOOT BOARD AND GROUND (HIGHER/LOWER POSITION)||7,2/9,2 cm|
|ROOM FOR RIDER||64 cm|
|MINIMUM RIDER HEIGHT||130 cm|
|WEIGT LIMIT||150 kg|
Scooter Yedoo Dragstr - Product parameters
Maximum weight limit of the load. For average weight 80 kg, 100 kg weight limit is optimal, if you want to use the scooter for recreational purposes only. For heavy terrain and frequent use, you may want to choose a steel frame scooter with the weight limit in the range of 120 - 150 kg.
The recommended handlebar height for adults is generally 90 - 120 cm. Suitable handlebar height for children is usually 50 cm and higher (depends on the height of the child). The ideal handlebar height is approximately at the level of the rider's hipbone. If the handlebars are too low, the rider may experience back pain. If the handlebars are too high, steering the scooter becomes difficult.