A Rascal going 100 miles per hour

by SpeedLux

The “Rascal” was never ever a great name for an electric scooter created to be a slow-moving, extremely risk-free means of transportation for the mobility-challenged.

Two British technicians recently set out to climax for “fastest flexibility scooter” (due to course there’s a record for that), as well as they handled to establish the mark at 107.6 miles per hour using a brilliant green pocket rocket. To be fair, it just vaguely appears like the sort of mobility scooter you might locate Grandpa using– the only point that’s true to the initial product is the external shell. Underneath, there’s a 600cc Suzuki motorcycle engine attached to a go-kart structure. The result, as you could expect, is something with a little bit much more get-up-and-go compared to an off-the-shelf Rascal.

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