The 1300W dual-drive motor is responsible for the Fiido Beast’s max speed of 30 mph, though the Beast is by no means the fastest electric scooter out there. The Apollo Ghost, for example, hits a top speed of 34 mph, and the Extreme S1-X that was designed for racing and has a top speed of 62 mph. That said, the Fiido scooter still has some real power built into it.
Looking at the tires and its six-inch ground clearance, the Fiido Beast looks like it was made for off-roading. The electric scooter also includes a dual suspension system with two springs in the front and back that offer a smoother ride. You can even switch between three gear modes: off-road, sport, and green.
The Fiido Beast is being crowdfunded on Indiegogo for around $1,600 at its super early bird tier. The only other option is to buy two scooters for $3,100. But, even if you miss the Indiegogo campaign, Fiido said they will be putting the Beast up for sale on its own website once the campaign ends on April 17.