If you’re looking for a practical option for your daily commute, then give the Gigabyke Groove a serious look. This is a moped style scooter, which explains why it looks more like a gas-powered scooter than some of the more bare-framed options featured in the guide. At around $1400 the Gigabyke isn’t exactly cheap, but considering its capabilities it’s not overpriced.
The scooter features motorcycle-style road gear like an LED headlight and turn signals with an amazing battery life of 35 miles after only six hours charging. Though the top speed is only 20 miles per hour, the outstanding battery life might make it worthwhile. If it should happen that you run out of juice or you just feel like getting some exercise, you can always use the backup pedal system. The Gigabyke is a viable travel method and a great alternative to a gas-powered scooter in an urban or sub-urban commute.