MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RAPTOR (3 WHEELS)
Regenerative Hand Brake System
Gradually slows down the scooter when the throttle is released.
Full LED Lighting Package
Front and rear LED lights and directional signals offer full visibility.
Easy-to-Read LCD Console
Shows estimated speed, miles driven and battery life.
Rear Under Seat Storage
Lockable compartment with seat support rod stores your personal items.
The 22 KM/H makes the Raptor Pride’s fastest scooter. User weights under 220 pounds and cruising at low speeds will get you a charge range of 49.9 km.
Get fast speed and advanced safety features with the Raptor, our fastest scooter to date. This scooter features a sleek and solid design for enhanced stability and boasts speeds up to 22km/h, so you can drive around your community in style! A hand brake with regenerative braking system ensures a gradual slow down when the throttle is released. A full LED lighting package with front and rear lights and directional signals offers full visibility for increased safety and peace of mind. Drive longer and farther with a per charge range up to 49.9 km and enjoy a smoother ride over varied terrain with front and rear suspension.
The user-friendly tiller features an easy-to-read LCD console so you can monitor your estimated speed, mileage and battery display. The rear, lockable storage compartment under the seat provides a safe place for your personal items, and is equipped with a seat support rod. With a 400-pound weight capacity, the Raptor is the perfect scooter for anyone and everyone. Feel the wind in your face. Discover the thrill of the Raptor!
What Makes This Different?
At 22km/h the pride Raptor is one of fastest scooters. User weights under 220 pounds and cruising at low speeds will get you a charge range of 49.9 km. Even with user weights between 220 and 400 pounds while cruising at full speed, you will get up to 30.5 km on a full charge. The Raptor utilizes an Electromagnetic Braking System to make stopping much more immediate and secure.
- Hand brake with regenerative braking system
- Full LED lighting package with directional signals and brake lights that offer full visibility for increased safety
- Easy-to-read LCD console with which shows estimated speed, mileage and battery display
- Secure, lockable under seat storage compartment with seat support rod
- Sleek and solid design for enhanced stability
- Front and rear suspension
- Front storage compartment located on the tiller
- Limited recline, fold-flat seat with manual adjustment and angle/width adjustable armrests
- Two rear-view mirrors
- Tubeless pneumatic tires for a smooth ride
|Estimated Travel Range*||30.5 km (up to 400 lbs. and full speed)
49.9 km (up to 220 lbs. and at low speed)
|Batteries (pair)||75 (Ah)|
|Battery Charger||8 amp|
|Brakes||Regenerative and electro-mechanical|
|Suspension||Front and rear|
|Weight Capacity||400 lbs.|
|Total Weight (Inc. Batteries)||314 lbs|
|Heaviest Piece (When Disassembled)||(Unit does not disassemble)|
|Battery Weight (pair)||53 lbs|
|Seat Weight||52 lbs.|
|Seat Dimensions||High back 20”W x 18”D (100° limited recline)|
|Ground Clearance||3.5” at center of frame|
|Front Wheels||3” x16”|
|Rear Wheels||3” x16”|
All orders come with a manufacturer warranty -labour is excluded
|Warranty||Lifetime limited on frame;
2-Year limited on Electronics;
2-Year limited on Drivetrain
1 Varies with user weight, terrain type, battery amp-hour (AH), battery charge, battery condition and tire condition. These specifications can be subject to a variance of ( /- 10%).
2 Due to manufacturing tolerances and continual product improvement, this specification can be subject to a variance of ( or 3%).
3 AGM or gel cell type required.
4 Tested in accordance with ANSI/RESNA, WC Vol2, section 4 & ISO 7176-4 standards. Results derived from theoretical calculations based on battery specifications and drive system performance. Test conducted at maximum weight capacity.
5 Battery weight may vary based on manufacturer.
- Compatible: All Pride Scooters Except Maxima 3 and 4 Wheel
Ryan halladay –
Scooter Country is a blessing to those with mobility issues! Amazing company to deal with. The only company that actually helped me. There is no one else I will ever deal with. I was in need of a scooter in Atlantic Canada. Not one scooter company would even talk to my insurance company. Not One! I called Scooter Country, and was told to simply email my claim info and they did the rest! They have kept me informed during the whole process which is a rarity among companies these days. Excellence is a title the whole staff deserves! Thank You so much Scooter Country. You changed my life!
Cindy Anne Zecca –
I just love mine. I don’t feel the bumps on the sidewalks like I did with my old one. The front and rear suspension really makes a difference.
Harry Henke –
I love it
Robert Johns –
Just unpacked my new Silver Raptor. Delivered right on time, paper work all in order and everything done with care and consideration. I could NOT have been treated more kindly. Incidentally the packing was superb! I am one happy old man ready to strike for the beach! Thank you guys!!!
I am so happy to hear you enjoyed the whole process! I had a great time talking with you and finding you the right scooter! Have a great time feeling the wind through your hair on the way to the beach and taking it for spins around town! 🙂
John F. –
I love my Raptor. I always get compliments from people when I’m going down the street. It is very easy to get familiar with along with a great speed aspect. I only do not like the throttle lever where it makes it hard to have a consistent acceleration every time. Overall, it is a very easy machine to ride and I am extremely happy with my Raptor!
Jason G –
I an an 83 yr. old male with mobility issues. Walking, standing and balance or my main problems. This model is amazing for my lifestyle. Appearance, speed, size, and comfortable ride are right here and they come in a full light package. I only find since the throttle is a thumb control, I prefer a finger throttle. It can take a second or two for the Raptor to start going from a stopped position – which is apparently a safety feature but I don’t like it. Makes it harder to navigate crowds.