Propane-powered ProGo 3000 scooter folds for ease of transportation

Propane-powered ProGo 3000 scooter

Small motor scooters, especially electric ones, have become a popular mode of transportation. Being easy to carry and store, these scooters are really cost effective and add a whole lot of fun. But, there’s a catch, electric scooters take a long time to charge and have a limited range, to provide an alternative with a unique fuel choice, Los Angeles-based ProGo Recreation has developed a propane-powered ProGo 3000 scooter.

Propane-powered ProGo 3000 scooter-1

Propane may not be completely green fuel, but it’s much cleaner to gasoline. Moreover, it has higher energy density, so a less of propane is used for the same amount of riding an electric scooter. ProGo 3000 scooter features a standard 16.4-oz (465-g) propane cylinder, has a 25-cc four-stroke engine and can ride non-stop for 60km odd on one cylinder.

Propane-powered ProGo 3000 scooter-2

Capable of hitting top speeds of 32 km/h, the ProGo 3000 scooter is street legal – at least in all areas where gas scooters are legal. The 15.9kg ProGo has a folding steel frame for ease of transport, a pull start engine and front and rear disc brakes and can carry a payload of 125kg (if you weigh heavier, you’ll have to trim down to ride this).

Propane-powered ProGo 3000 scooter-3

Planned to retail for $449, ProGo Recreation has launched Kickstarter campaign for ProGro 3000 scooter. It has already raised $43,510 (at the time of writing), well above its $18,000 goal with another 11 days to go.

Propane-powered ProGo 3000 scooter-4

Via: Gizmag



Bharat writes about latest gadgets, toys, robots and new technologies across various platforms. In addition to reporting and reviewing new products and technologies, he spends too much time digging the internet for endless questions. He's a die-hard football fan and a big foodie who wants to host Man v. Food some day.

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