This new SwiftyONE MK3 has been completely redesigned and is full of new features and exciting colour ways including the original coloured rims, but this time with CNC side walls so they stay looking like new all year round.
Designed for urban leisure and commuting SwiftyONE MK3 has a new auto twisting folding stem. A complete new frame set and front fork design, offering improved geometry and stability at higher speeds. We've changed to a powerful v-brake on the front fork and updated and improved the popular and innovative foot operated pedal brake on the rear.
New frame design and geometry giving a more comfortable and stiffer ride.
New front fork design with wheel offset for increased stability at speed.
New auto twist folding stem.
New v-brake on the front forks.
New and improved folding mechanisms.
Lightweight, only 8.3kg.
Folding aluminium frame.
Slim profile and can be rolled on its front wheel when folded, ideal for storage and to take onto public transport.
16inch (305mm) pneumatic wheels makes a smooth and surprisingly fast ride.
Size when unfolded: Length 1360mm, Width 158mm (ex. handle bar width 520mm)
Size when folded: Length 1035mm, Width 158mm, Height 620mm.
Max load 150kg
WE WILL FULLY ASSEMBLE YOUR SWIFTY IN-STORE. For current stock levels, color and pre-orders see https://swiftyscooters.com/all-products/
Swifty Scooters was founded by design duo Camilla and Jason Iftakhar in 2011. Their vision is rooted in a shared passion for human powered transport and a shared spirit of adventure. Swifty soon became their antidote to the stress and pace of 21st century life, offering freedom to go anywhere, to beat queues without rushing, to move without following.
Through the power of design and engineering, Swifty is now known for manufacturing the most beautiful and innovative adult scooters in this emerging market. Swifty has already been endorsed by high profile collaborations, notably The Conran Shop (London and Paris) and Paul Smith (worldwide). Swifty Scooters now offer custom painted frames, which are hand finished in Swifty HQ in Salford, UK.
GQ Magazine, March 2012 "when traffic is glacial, trains overloaded and exercise time at a premium, kick scooters are an appealing alternative for city commuters."