Designed in Pasadena. Built in California. Patented Worldwide.

CleanTechnica

Light, ultra compact, and easy to carry, URB‑E Sport is a new benchmark in foldable urban transportation.

Retractable anodized handlebars and 8” never-flat tires give URB-E Sport a slim and low profile silhouette. Built from American produced 6061 T6 aircraft grade aluminum, URB-E Sport is powered by the new removable Eddy power source. Eddy is capable of simultaneously charging four mobile devices and a laptop via both USB 2.0 and USB Type C ports. Equipped with two leather carrying straps for seamless portability, URB-E Sport has an efficient, quick folding design that enables it to fold in half a second and go everywhere you go. URB-E Sport weighs only 30lbs, has a range of up to 16 miles and a top speed of 14mph. This model is available in Gunmetal Grey and Arctic White. True to URB-E’s problem solving culture and attention to detail, the company has integrated a bottle opener into the frame of every URB-E Sport.

•100% Built in America. Designed and assembled in Pasadena, California
•16 mile range and a top speed of 14 mph
•Incredibly lightweight (30lbs) and durable, with patented folding design
•1 year warranty covering everything
•Built in leather carrying straps make for easy portability, perfect for bringing on the subway

range:
26km
load:
250lbs
brand:
URB-E
price:
US

URB-E Sport User Reviews

  1. A beautiful piece of machinery! I use my Urb-E Sport for my short commute to the office and can sneakily fold it up and store it in my cubicle as if it’s not even there. I really love the design: stylish and easy to use. I suppose if you have rough terrain on your way to work the Pro would be a better option, but the Sport is perfect for my needs. Would recommend!

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  2. The Urb-E is fine for short distances, but I actually find it to be pretty uncomfortable if you have to go anything further than a mile. And god forbid you don’t have perfectly smooth sidewalks to drive on! There’s no give in the tires, no suspension, and frankly I don’t understand why everyone is so obsessed with this scooter.

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