I am TheScrutinizer. I have lurked here a bit and finally went ahead and signed up.
I put my introduction in the Small Scooters forum because this is probably where I will spend the majority of my time here at V is for Voltage.
I have been riding electric scooters for about 10 years now. They have really come a long way since then.
Here's a list of the scooters I have owned over the years.
1) Goped Hoverboard
2) Two Citybugs (modified to 36V)
3) What was the name of the $1000+, 20 pound, 20mph scooter with lithium batteries? The company promptly went out of business. They were from somewhere back east. Anyway, I had one of those.
4) Several Currie scooters
5) Badsey Racer
6) HCF 707 (modified to 36V)
Now I am on my second Schwinn Stealth 1000.
I am in my early 40s, I live in Seattle and I am a Software Engineer.
Anyway, why is that most scooters don't last very long? The HCF lasted the longest and eventually was stolen.
I'll be talking to you.