Electric Scooters & Electric Bikes | GenZe
genZe 2.0 scooter vs average commute
Park with ease
You know those tiny spaces between driveways? Or the awkward gaps cars leave between each other? These are all viable parking options for a GenZe electric scooter. GenZe electric scooters are also able to park in designated motorcycle and scooter spaces, and larger metered spaces as well. And in many cities, you can actually share large spaces with multiple scooters and motorcycles for the same price!
On a GenZe electric scooter, parking is no longer a deterrent to going downtown, driving to work, or running errands on the weekend.
Finding space to park is a cinch, and less than half the cost of parking a car.
Check out designated scooter parking in your city:
Ditch the tank
Gas prices are all over the place. Even when the cost of oil is down, gas prices can go up. So say goodbye to the pump, and join the electric revolution. A GenZe 2.0 electric scooter will take you to work and back every day for a week for less than the cost of a latte.
Unlike other electric vehicles with designated charge ports, you can charge your GenZe 2.0 in ANY outlet. Pop your battery out and charge it at work, bring it to your local café, or recharge at home.
You’ll save a ton of money, and make the air a bit cleaner along the way.
Carry that weight
The trickiest thing with a two-wheeler is holding all of your stuff. On an average day, heading from work to the gym to the grocery store requires a fair bit of cargo space. The GenZe 2.0 electric scooter is like a pickup on two wheels. You can hold all of your gear, and customize your cargo space with accessories that suit your needs.
Choose a hard case so you can lock your things up while you run around town. Or select a removable option that converts into a backpack or roll bag, so you can carry your belongings with you.
Check out our accessory options and see how much stuff you can pack into your GenZe 2.0.
genZe e-bike vs average commute
Save time, no sweat
The average commute is 8 miles. On a GenZe e-bike, that will take you about 24 minutes. And you can enjoy those moments of fresh air, sights of your city, and connection with the world around you without breaking a sweat.
If you continue to take public transit, e-bikes make your trip to and from the station more efficient (no need to walk, no need to park). And once you arrive at your destination, pop out your battery to lock up safely with peace of mind.
One of the best parts of an e-bike is you can take the most direct route, even if steep hills are involved. The Wiggle in SF was invented to find the most manageable path for bikers across the mountain range that is San Francisco. On an e-bike, avoid the maze, and power toward your destination as efficiently as possible.
And when your workday is done, skip the throttle (and the gym!) and bike home the old-fashioned way.
Explore new routes
GenZe e-bikes are public transit and bike lane friendly, opening up new ways to get from point A to B. Cities are catching on to the movement, and making their roads, transit systems, and parking options more bike-friendly.
Today, there are 208 miles of bike lanes in SF, and 319 in Portland, with more being added every year. And transit systems are continuously adding bike-friendly train cars, racks, and parking options at stations.
Join the electric revolution, and experience what it means to get ahead.
Extend your range
Not everyone is an athlete. And not every athlete wants a workout every time they need to go somewhere. GenZe e-bikes make biking a viable mode of transportation to EVERYONE.
The 3 riding modes give you the flexibility to go faster, go further, and be more efficient. Fly around town for 20 miles without pedaling at all using the throttle mode. Cruise for up to 40 miles using pedal assist. Or save your battery for when you need it, and bike the way you learned how.
On average, travel distance doubles when riding an e-bike vs. a standard bicycle.
People spend nearly 11 days each year commuting
Public transit riders will save an average of $1,000 each year with GenZe
The number of cars on the road is expected to double by 2050