Meepoboard seem to be on a hot streak, and don’t show any signs of slowing down. Not too long ago we told you about their latest board the Meepo NLS. I know a lot of you emailed and posted about us doing a review for the board but unfortunately we weren’t able to acquire one at the time. We are hoping to get our hands on a City Rider to put through the test of living in a real city to see if it’s worth you spending your money on over their other boards. The main feature here is the bigger wheels which allows you to navigate pot holes, bad roads, tram tracks, grates, maybe even some off road action. How much better having big wheels is and the impact on speed and handling, well we will just have wait and see if the trade off is worth it.
Meepo City Rider Specification:
|Top Speed:||35kmh / 22mph|
|Hill Climbing:||Up to 30% Grade|
|Board Weight:||12.8 kg / 28 lbs|
|Power:||650 Watt X2 hub motors|
|Remote:||Meepo NR(B) Remote with a flashlight|
|ESC:||Meepo FOC (Hobbywing Customized edition)|
|Battery:||Samsung35E 10S4P 14Ah|
|Ride Modes:||4 Ride Modes|
|Motors:||BLDC 650Watt x 2 hub motors|
|Charging Time:||4.7 Hours|
|Brake:||Regenerative Braking (22%)|
Stay tuned as we hope to bring you a full review of the board in the coming weeks.