World's Most Advanced Electric Scooter Released - 2000X GO MOTORBOARD
December 9, 2005
Go Sporting Goods announces the introduction of the 2000X TranSporter Motorboard, an extremely powerful yet ultra light weight, folding electric scooter ideal for the urban commuter.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 9, 2005 - Go Sporting Goods announces the introduction of the 2000X TranSporter Motorboard, an extremely powerful yet ultra light weight, folding electric scooter ideal for the urban commuter.
The 2000X represents two years of advanced engineering and cutting-edge design to create the finest motorized scooter anywhere in the world. The 2000X is a fast, powerful electric scooter with a maximum speed of 15mph. Built using aerospace-grade aluminum and the highest quality components, the 2000X is not a cheap scooter meant for kids. It is a real transportation device made for real world use in any urban environment.
The 2000X uses advanced NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) batteries, which are the same type used in Hybrid Vehicles. Because it is powered by electricity, the 2000X costs only pennies a day to operate, and commuters can finally get a break from soaring gasoline prices.
The 2000X is a truly personal transportation device that quickly folds up and weighs under 20lbs. It can be easily carried onto public transportation such as subways, trains, or buses. It is this portability feature that customers are really excited about. The 2000X dramatically extends the range of the public transportation system by allowing people to use it who would otherwise live or work too far from a train station or bus stop. College students who were always late to their next class can now zoom across large campuses with plenty of time to spare.
The 2000X will ship in early December, and retails for the introductory price of $399. It is available at specialty stores throughout the country, and online at www.gosportinggoods.com.
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