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Compare the Fluid Freeride CityRider and the Segway Ninebot Max (G30LP)

When comparing electric scooters, often times advertised ranges don't match up with reality.  We included metrics from real-world road tests.  Plus, raw specs such as battery capacity and motor wattage provide unbiased performance metrics when evaluating electric scooters

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Fluid Freeride CityRider

Fluid Freeride CityRider

Segway Ninebot Max (G30LP)

Segway Ninebot Max (G30LP)

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Fluid Freeride CityRider Vs. Segway Ninebot Max G30LP Electric Scooters: A Comprehensive Comparison

In the world of electric scooters, two standout models that consumers often find themselves comparing are the Fluid Freeride CityRider and the Segway Ninebot Max G30LP. Starting with the Fluid Freeride CityRider, this machine has a moderately powerful 300W motor that propels it to a maximum speed of 18 mph. The CityRider has a range of 10 miles on a single charge, appropriate for shorter commutes. Its 8.5-inch solid rubber tires are puncture-proof, providing additional peace of mind. CityRider's light frame (28 lbs) and foldable design make it very portable, perfect for public transport or storing in car trunks. However, its hill-climbing abilities are limited to 10% slope only. On the other hand, the Segway Ninebot Max G30LP is known for its robust and reliable performance. It boasts a powerful 350W motor that can reach a speed of up to 18.6 mph. Its impressive battery life allows it to travel up to 25 miles on a single charge, making it suitable for longer commutes. An excellent feature is its max slope capability of 20%, allowing it to tackle steeper hills. The Max G30LP weighs significantly more (38.6 lbs), reducing its portability, but its 10-inch pneumatic tires offer a comfier ride and better shock absorption. In comparison, the fluid Freeride CityRider excels in portability due to its lighter weight and foldable design while offering a decent speed for short commutes. Segway Ninebot Max G30LP, on the other hand, stands out with its longer range, better hill-climbing abilities, and larger tires for smoother rides, making it a more suitable choice for those who often have longer distances to cover.
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