Pride, iRide Mobility Scooter
A modern and compact minimalist scooter from Pride, the iRide is one of the new wave of ‘bike style’ 3-wheel scooters that are increasing in popularity.
Anything that isn’t strictly necessary for safe operation has been stripped, creating one of the lightest mobility scooters we’ve ever seen at only 19kg. The cut-down back and footpeg layout isn’t for everyone, but those that like this style of layout tell us they love their iRides! We’d strongly recommend booking a demonstration of this particular scooter before purchasing to make sure it’s right for you.
*This product is VAT exempt if purchased to aid with a disability or chronic illness – for further details please click HERE*
|Length||38 Inches / 96.8 cm|
|Width||19.25 Inches / 48.8 cm|
|Maximum range||10 miles / 16 km|
|Maximum speed||3.7 mph / 6 kmh|
|Maximum user weight||17.8 stone / 113kg / 250lbs|
Journey far and wide with the iRide. This ultralightweight scooter is super portable and perfect for traveling. Equipped with both a manual handbrake and supplemental foot brake, the iRide delivers a safe and comfortable ride!
Useful Links For Scooter Users
We’d always recommend that you visit us and try a scooter before buying, or let us bring one to you for you to try.
If that’s not possible, or you’re outside our service area, we have put together some buying guides that may help you choose the scooter that’s right for you.
- Our own useful overview buying guide for Mobility Scooters can be located here: Orange Badge Mobility Scooter Buying Guide
We’ve also collated some great guides and information for those that may want more in-depth information on their prospective scooters.
- RiDC Advice on which type of scooter tiller & controls may best suit your needs can be found HERE
- Advice on types of scooter and their stability, again by RiDC can be located HERE
- A guide by RiDC about travelling with your mobility scooter is found HERE
- A handy scooter guide for those clients eligible for the motability scheme can be found HERE
- The British Healthcare Trades Association has put together a great list on how to prepare your scooter for transport aboard a flight HERE