Top Mobility Scooters That Look Like Motorcycles

Oct 04, 2019 1 comment Abby Haukongo
Top Mobility Scooters That Look Like Motorcycles


Nothing compares to cruising on the open road as you inhale fresh air and feel the rays of the sun on your face. One of the best ways to experience the outdoors if you have a disability is to travel on a mobility scooter that look like a motorcycle. Thanks to this mode of transportation, you can get around easily and participate in activities just like other people do. 

That said, there are numerous types of scooters you can choose from. These include compact travel, mid-size, full-size, all-terrain, 3-wheeled and 4-wheeled scooters. You may also come across scooters that look like motorcycles.

Scooters that resemble motorcycles come with a compact, lightweight design and offer faster speed. In this article, we’ll highlight some of the best scooters that look like motorcycles.

Top 5 Motorcycle Style Mobility Scooters

1. Pride Raptor R3-1700

Pride Raptor 3 Wheel Scooter

The Raptor R3-1700 Scooter is not only a highly-reliable scooter but also one that manages to look good while serving its function.

It’s sleek design is perfectly complemented by the full LED lighting package. What this means is that it has front and rear lights as well as directional signals, offering maximum visibility. These also act as a safety feature if you have to drive through poorly-lit areas.

The R3-1700 can accommodate up to 400 pounds, making it ideal for heavier users. Better yet, this scooter gives you a way of keeping tabs on your driving stats. The LCD console at the front shows your speed, mileage and battery usage.

What’s more, you’ll get plenty of storage on this scooter. While it doesn’t come with a front or rear basket, the seat has a massive storage compartment underneath. Best part is: this unit is lockable. So you don’t have to worry about your contents pouring out when you’re traveling at top speed.

This Pride scooter offers a driving range of 31 miles when it has a load capacity of 220 lbs. With heavier load capacities of between 220 and 400 lbs. you can get up to 19 miles on a single charge.

2. EWheels EW-36

EWheels EW-36 3 Wheel Scooter

 If you’re someone who loves going at top speed, the E-Wheels E36 Scooter is your best bet. Capable of reaching a maximum speed of 18 mph, this machine will get you to your destination in no time.

But just how far can you get with this scooter? Well, it can go for 45 miles on a single charge. And the good thing is that it arrives fully-assembled. Thus, you’ll be ready to hit the road as soon as you get the scooter.

When going at high speed, one thing you need to think about is your safety. Luckily, EWheels has taken this into consideration and provided a dual brake system. This way, the braking force is divided between two calipers on either side; thus, enabling you to slow down effectively.

To further enhance your safety, the scooter has rearview mirrors. It also has an incredibly bright headlight for night time illumination.



3. EWheels EW-66

EWheels EW-66 3 Wheel Scooter

The EW-66 is another great EWheels scooter that offers the ability to sit 2 people.  It offers a higher weight capacity of 600 lbs.  It is equipped with a powerful 700-Watt motor that is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 15 mph!

Additionally, it comes with an impressive 43 mile battery range.  It also features a speed control dial so you can control the speed in crowded spaces, yet can increase the speed up to 15 mph when you are out in the open.  This dial helps give the rider a safe driving experience.

The EW-66 has some impressive accessories and features on board!  A few of those include an anti-theft alarm and electromagnetic brakes, which ensure a smooth and safe stop.  It also includes an a good amount of storage, which includes a large storage basket on the back and a backseat storage compartment under the seat. 



4. Afikim Afiscooter SE

Afkim Afiscooter SE

The Afiscooter SE will give you a smooth and safe ride in any setting and on any terrain. It’s equipped with a strong steel chassis and a rear suspension. This enables it to strike a good balance between strength, drive range and weight limit. 

Featuring a black and chrome design, the SE looks like motorcycle more than it does a mobility scooter. It also has a display panel that’s attached on the handlebar, giving you a user-friendly interface to work with.

Whether you want to move in a forward, reverse direction or change direction, you’ll be able to make these adjustments from this control panel. If you want to brake, all you need to do is let go of the speed control button and it will automatically slow down.

Another feature that makes this AFIKIM scooter stand out is the decent speed limit. Even with the maximum load of 500 lbs., it can travel at a top speed of 9.3 mph. But compared to the E36 Scooter, the SE has a smaller drive range of 28 miles.

It’s important to note that the handlebars of the scooter are distinct units. This allows you to adjust the height and angle of each one independently. The standard seat width of the SE is 18 inches. However, you can upgrade to the 22 or 24-inch wide seat. With the wider seats, you can even carry another passenger on board.

5. EWheels EW-10

 EWheels EW-10 3 Wheel Scooter

The EWheels EW-10 is the newest recreational scooter in the EWheels product line.  This sporty model offers a modern day motorcycle design, that is another one that is sure to turn heads.  It is easily recognizable and offers a sleek design.

Like other EWheels models, this one comes with a long battery range of up to 40 miles on a single charge.  It also has an impressive top speed at 15 mph.  Pair that with its full spring suspension and you have one a unit that not only is impressive, but comfortable.

It also comes with an ample amount of storage for your belongings.  There is a lockable storage compartment behind the seat and there is a storage compartment under the seat as well.

It also comes with a full lighting package which includes turn signals, brake lights, headlights with high and low beam, and a rear light.  You can continue having fun on your scooter even after the sun goes down.  It also comes with an anti-theft system, so you don't have to worry about your scooter getting stolen as it makes a loud sound if someone tampers with it.  We love this scooter!


When purchasing a motorcycle mobility scooter, there are a couple of factors you’ll need to take into account. Based on your weight, it should have the right load capacity. If you’d like to travel for long distances, then it should also have a decent drive range. And if you’ll be using it for off-road adventures, it should be capable of handling any terrain.

An example of a mobility scooter that meets these requirements is the Pride Raptor R3-1700 Scooter. A 3-wheeled scooter, the Raptor has a large weight capacity of 400 lbs. It’s also equipped with a number of lighting fixtures to improve visibility; front and rear suspension for smoother rides and a simple control panel.

Right now we are currently offering a promotion for these motorcycle style type of mobility scooters that you can benefit from.  You can take 5% off your order!  Simply enter coupon code MOTOR5 at checkout and it will apply the discount!  This will expire at the end of the month, so act soon!  If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask 800-682-9444 or you can email us at

Perhaps you are looking for a different type of mobility scooter.  Check out one of our most recent blog articles Top 5 Outdoor All Terrain Mobility Scooters in 2019.


Abby Haukongo

Abby Haukongo is a key contributor at Electric Wheelchairs USA, known for her deep knowledge in the powered mobility sector. Her expertise in internet technology and content creation enhances her ability to cover trending topics in this niche. Abby's unique blend of technical acumen and industry insights makes her an invaluable asset, providing readers with well-informed, relevant content on the latest developments in powered mobility.

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  • weight capacity 400 lbs 6’ 2" four wheel

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