Designed for occasional short journeys around town (up to 2 km). User height: 1.45 m to 1.95 m. Max weight: 100 kg.
EASY TO USE: Large 200 mm wheels.~
One push takes you even further!
EASY TO TRANSPORT: 5.6 kg: light to carry with the strap.~
Easy to park using the stand.
CONTROLLED BRAKING: Second brake on the handlebar (like on a bike).
CUSHIONING: Front suspension and shock absorber on the back wheel.
ADJUSTABLE: Precise adjustment of the handlebar for users measuring between 1.45 m and 1.95 m.
NON-MESSY:Very effective front and back mudguards.
The Town 7 XL scooter from Oxelo is equipped with a handlebar brake and a second brake on the back wheel. This long brake also acts as a mudguard.
The long brake at the back covers most of the rear wheel for both effective braking and good protection from mud.
Indoors: This is the simplest solution that involves finding a place (or making room), wherever you are: at home, the office or at a friend's house. Your scooter can be leaned against a wall, hidden behind a door or under a desk, or even stashed in a storage space (a box or closet), which is incredibly easy as your scooter is collapsible. In a bag/cover: For owners of the collapsible model, it is very easy to store your scooter as it takes up half as much space in the folded position. In this case, you can keep your scooter at arms length by folding and storing it in a bag or cover so that you can easily carry it wherever you go. On a rack: Just like you ride on the sidewalk, take up less space in a unique style! You could fix your scooter to a dedicated storage rack on the floor, with the scooter held upright by its wheel, or up high using a wall mount, just like a bike one.
To best meet your needs and provide maximum user comfort, we have equipped the Town 7 XL with two suspensions: one at the front and one at the back.These suspensions will significantly reduce the discomfort caused by uneven roads or pavements.
The handlebar position makes it easy to control your steering.The handlebar also has markings for easily adjusting it to the right height and putting it back it in the same place each time you move it. Want to stop? Park it anywhere using its side stand.
PLEASE NOTE: you should wear protective equipment (helmet, knee pads, elbow pads) while riding a scooter.As most serious accidents tend to occur during the first few months, take time to learn the basics, like how to speed up and slow down in all emergency situations, no matter the weather conditions (especially on wet ground).
Go easy on the brakes Repeated use of your breaks leads to wear on the rear tyre, which may cause it to lose its circular shape and flatten in certain places. Avoid this problem by placing your foot on the ground to brake as often as possible. The rest of the time, gently press on the brake to gradually slow down, while avoiding premature wear on your tyre. Avoid riding on water and unpaved ground If you ride on water, you will cause the bearings inside your wheels to wear out faster. Other possible damage includes loss of grip on the non-slip surface of your deck which could cause you to slip.The solution is simple: ride on dry, paved ground and avoid puddles, sand, and dirt as much as possible. Clean is always better Keeping your scooter clean is a very simple and efficient way to prolong its lifespan. Simply wipe the bearings and other parts subject to dirt (wheels, headset, non-slip surfaces) with a cloth.This easy method can help prevent accumulation of dust and the eventual problems dust can cause on your scooter.
Changing the headset
Changing the handle
Changing the folding system
Changing the handlebar bracket