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Xiaomi Electric Scooters

  • The world's best selling electric scooter - and it's not hard to see why. Lightweight, robust and low cost, Xiaomi are the expert in creating the best 'all round' electric scooter.
  • At Electric Scooters London, we only sell the UK spec Xiaomi electric scooters with a 2-year manufacturer's warranty.

 

Xiaomi Mi Essential Electric Scooter
£299.00 GBP £499.00 GBP
Xiaomi Mi 1S Electric Scooter
£369.00 GBP £449.00 GBP
HIMO L2 Electric Scooter
£349.00 GBP £549.00 GBP
Charger for Xiaomi M365/M365 Pro
£19.90 GBP
2 Pcs Xiaomi Electric Scooter Solid Tyres
£34.90 GBP £39.90 GBP
Xtech Upgraded Brake Kit for Xiaomi M365/Pro
£34.90 GBP £44.90 GBP
Xiaomi HIMO K1/K1M Helmet
from £34.90 GBP £39.90 GBP

FAQ

Electric Scooters

Yes, electric scooters are legal to buy, but it is illegal to ride a privately bought electric scooter on a public highway. Electric scooters are only legal to ride on private land with the owner’s consent, unless they are specifically part of a council run rental scheme.

We do not recommend someone under 16-years-old rides an adult-sized e-scooter, unless specifically recommended by the brand.

Not all electric scooters can be ridden in the rain. This depends on their 'IP rating' e.g. IP65, where the second digit refers to water resistance.

We recommend only riding an e-scooter with a rating of 5 or higher, and picking a model that has a warranty which covers water resistance to the IP rating standard.

This shows the manufacturer’s confidence in the quality of its products and ensures that you’ll be covered if something goes wrong.

As privately-owned e-scooters are illegal to ride on public highways in the UK at the moment, it is not possible to get insurance on them for use outside of your home or on private land.

For use at home they can be covered under your standard home insurance policy. If you are unsure if yours is covered, please check with your insurance provider.

Electric Bikes

Bikes come in quite the range of shapes and styles, despite all being designed to do more-or-less the same thing! To the uninitiated it can be pretty confusing, so we’ve put this guide to e-bike frame designs together to clear things up.

Traditional (double diamond) Crossbar

This quintessential shape of bicycle frame has been around, practically unchanged, for well over 100 years. The strength of the design lends itself just as well to electrically-assisted bicycles, and this is the most commonplace option, particularly on those models like the Cube Kathmandu, that are equipped to explore a little light off-road riding as well as nipping about town.

Step-Through

Eliminating the top tube to create a step-through frame design makes for highly practical electric bikes. Getting around without working up a sweat is a key benefit of e-bikes, and as such many of us ride in normal clothes or even office attire. Swinging a leg over the top tube of a traditional bicycle can be a bit of a pain in a suit, not to mention those of us who aren’t as flexible as we once were! Step-through designs solve this problem and by far are the most popular design in Europe for both male and female riders.

Trapeze

Splitting the difference between traditional and step-through frame designs; trapeze frames – offer easier mounting and dismounting coupled with a sportier aesthetic.

Compact / Mini Velo

A bit of a wildcard option perhaps, but models with smaller 20” wheels are popular with good cause. Using a smaller wheel diameter and shorter overall length, a mini velo is an ideal option for anybody short on space and many of these styles are foldable too.

Whether you’re looking for a better way to get to work or around town, or simply want to spend more time outdoors, an electric bicycle can make it so much easier and more fun! Are you looking for a more environmentally friendly way to get to work without getting worn out or breaking a sweat? An electric bicycle can make it easier to commute to work do you don’t arrive exhausted or in need of a shower. With two options – pedal-assist and throttle-only – you can control exactly how hard you want to work as you ride. And, on the way home, if you’re looking for more of a workout, simply turn off the motor and pedal completely on your own. You’ll no longer be wondering ‘Is an electric bike for me?

Many electric bike users find that they actually end up getting in better shape than they do with traditional bicycles. Since an electric bike reduces many of the bike-related concerns that people have, their riders end up going outdoors and cycling more often. Find out more here on one person’s experience. If for any reason a regular bicycle doesn’t work for you due to hills, distance, health reasons, knee problems, aging, or even the inconvenience of having to shower and change at work. An electric bike removes all the excuses, making it easy to get out and do something good for yourself and for the environment. ‘Is an electric bike for me?’ is the first question to ask before getting in shape!

We realize that you have many options to choose from when shopping for an electric bike, both online and off, but Electric Scooters London is different. We sell bikes because we love riding them.

That’s why we will always go the extra mile for you: because we want you to discover the joy of bicycling for yourself. No matter what your question or concern is, we will make sure that you are not just satisfied, but delighted with your purchase.

People riding Electric Scooters in London