The Air may be compact, lightweight, and easy to ride, but it's still built like a tank. With a solid body of aircraft-grade aluminum, it boasts a max load of 220 LB (100 KG) to support a wide variety of entry-level riders. Come rain or shine, the Apollo Air is ready for you. This IPX4-rated scooter can withstand more than a few splashes due to its extended back fenders for complete wheel coverage and rubberized deck that offers great grip. Plus, you'll look stylish regardless of weather thanks to its visually pleasing pattern. And don't even get us started on its uniquely durable design, able to navigate the potholes and uneven sidewalks of your daily commute with ease. The Air offers a long, solid handlebar for unfaltering stability, a secure, easy-to-use folding mechanism for zero wobbles, and a clean design with no protruding screws or cables to derail your ride. Weighing only 35 LB for the base model and 38.5 LB for the Pro, this small package packs a major punch, while offering you a cloud-like experience.
ADVANCED SAFETY FEATURES FOR BEGINNER RIDERS
Safety shouldn't be contingent upon experience. That's why the Apollo Air and Air Pro deliver top safety features to every rider, including strong regenerative brakes for easy deceleration and powerful mechanical brakes for a swift stop. You'll always be able to stop on a dime, whether that's with the Air's rear disc brake or Pro's front drum brake. Additionally, with a front headlight and real tail light, plus two rear reflectors, you'll be able to see and be seen by those around you, so you can cruise with confidence on the Apollo Air.
THE CHERRY ON TOP OF THIS EFFORTLESS RIDE
As an entry-level rider, you can still enjoy the same bells and whistles that come with state-of-the-art scooters, including a literal bell, already integrated for your heightened safety. The Air's brightly lit display system lets you easily check your speed, riding mode, and battery level, and even adjust cruise control and other advanced settings. Make use of the convenient folding hook, which doubles as a bag hook, as you transition from bus to scooter to train—and back again.