The Go-Ped Kick-Ped is an easy to carry scooter specifically made for adult transportation in an urban environment. It's lightweight, sturdy and durable.
6" Diameter 2" Wide Solid Rubber Tires on a 27" Wheelbase for Great Stability
Low deck, but good ground clearance
Narrow 6 x 19" Black Diamond Pattern Deck
Overall 34"L x 14"W x 38"T (Standard Model)
Weight Capacity: 300lbs
Available in Standard (handlebar 35" above deck) and Tall Models (handlebar 39" above deck)
Made In The USA
*Optional Front Brake Kit (PN: 111130126)
Posted by Elena on 31st Mar 2021
We have bought three scooters from this company sofar. They are very sturdy, look amazing and function exceptionally well. People always ask us where we got our scooters from. I highly recommend these scooters.
Posted by Matthew Phenix on 28th Jan 2021
My fixation on the Kick-Ped goes back several years. I first saw (but couldn't afford) this little urban beast at NYCeWheels in New York City. By the time I had the means to buy one, NYCeWheels had gone belly-up and I was afraid the Kickped was gone with it. Fast-forward a couple of years, and, thanks to Go-Ped, here we are.
The Kick-Ped has always been marketed as a sort of urban-specific commuter scooter, and it surely is good in a city environment. But the things my badass matte-black Kick-Ped does well in a Midtown Manhattan it does just as well in Coconut Grove, Miami. For one thing, it's seriously burly, and that indestructible feeling is confidence-inspiring. The wide, hard-rubber wheels grab and manage imperfect pavement (even wet pavement) in ways the slick wheels on a Xootr simply won't. And I like the simplicity of the Kick-Ped — the no-fuss folding operation and the no-brainer rear brake that just works.
Really, there's a case to be made for the Xootr, but only if you happen to commute across a basketball court. For the real world -- and on real roads and sidewalks -- there's just no substitute for the Kick-Ped.
Posted by Stephen on 9th May 2020
Having lots of fun with this around my neighborhood. I'm 5'8" and got the tall handlebars and that's working fine for me. Have size 9.5 feet and the deck is good enough size for both. Construction seems really good and I would expect this to last a long time. Simply unpacked it and started riding. No complaints.
Posted by Jess on 10th Mar 2020
In most ways I'm completely satisfied with my Kickped; it's well-made, runs smoothly, and has had no problem taking on the industrial cracks and divets in the sidewalks of Philadelphia. I love being able to glide out of my house, fold it up, sling it over my shoulder and hop on the subway.
However it is heavier and bulkier (longer) than I anticipated and when it's slung over my shoulder the lower wheel rubs against my clothes - mostly my butt - as I walk, which means I end up with a dirty smudge on my work pants, which puts a bit of a damper on its intended purpose: to expedite my urban commute. I can carry it away from my body - like a lunch box - but because it's so heavy, I can't do that for very far. So to compensate, I don't use the Kickped on workdays when it's wet outside or when I'm wearing light-colored pants. But these conditions only make the Kickped usable about 60% of the time, which is a bit disappointing.
I've only had it a few weeks - maybe I'll still figure out a way to accommodate the dirty wheel-issue; we'll see.
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