iRide Portable 3-Wheel Mobility Scooter

This product is not a medical device and is not intended to assist, treat, diagnose, or alleviate any medical condition or disability.

Experience the freedom of a folding scooter on three wheels.

Don’t be surprised when your kids and grandkids ask to go for a spin on your iRIDE electric scooter.

The iRIDE is Pride Mobility’s most portable electric scooter, and it’s one of the lightest options on the market today. At just 46.5 pounds, it folds down for effortless stowing, so you’re free to fill your day with endless movement.

And let’s be honest, it’s just fun to ride. Your search for the most practical mobility scooter ends here. To achieve ultimate portability, we created a scooter with the essentials, while still achieving Pride’s exceptional standards for design and performance.

Streamlined scooter still delivers best-in-class performance.

Standard features include hand and foot brakes, a digital odometer to track your trips, and a weight capacity of up to 250 pounds. Speeds top out at 3.7 mph and it has a compact battery with a range of up to 12.7 miles on a single charge.

The iRIDE scooter uses a lithium battery that is airline approved.*

That means more chances to say “yes!” when far away friends invite you to visit or when the grandkids in another time zone need a babysitter for the weekend while their parents sneak out of town for a quick getaway.

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    iRide Features:

    • 250 lbs. weight capacity
    • Up to 3.7 mph maximum speed
    • 33.5″ turning radius
    • 12.7 miles at 200 lbs.
    • 10.3 miles at 250 lbs.
    • Portable and easy to travel
    • Supplemental foot brake
    • Manual hand brake
    • Digital LCD display
    • Twist grip throttle
    • Foldable tiller with adjustment knob
    • Airline-safe lithium-ion battery pack
    • Height adjustable removable seat

     

    NM – This product is not a medical device and is not intended to assist, treat, diagnose, or alleviate any medical condition or disability.