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INMOTION Unveiled Lightning-Fast New EUC and E-Scooter

INMOTION unveiled a new line of high-powered mobility solutions, including world's fastest and most powerful electric unicycle Challenger and the best waterproof dual-motor electric scooter Climber, exploring the limits of personal transportation.

August 12, 2022. By News Bureau

INMOTION unveiled a new line of high-powered mobility solutions, including world's fastest and most powerful electric unicycle Challenger and the best waterproof dual-motor electric scooter Climber, exploring the limits of personal transportation.

The Challenger is the fastest suspension electric unicycle ever built, which is driven by a 126V high torque motor, producing a rated power by 4500w to achieve a lift speed of 140km/h.

To make sure rider's safety, the Challenger implemented redundant hall sensor system to make the motor be controlled more precisely. Smart BMS is one of the major updates for Challenger.

It uses advanced algorithms to optimize the use of capacity and charging cycles in the long term. Also, Challenger is built upon a modular design concept that make the maintenance very friendly.


The powerful and eco-friendly Climber has two 750W motors that provide a peak power of 1500 W. It is powered by a 533wh battery that boasts a range of 35miles on a single charge, allowing for a top speed of 22mph and a payload of up to around 140KG.

It is worth mentioning that Climber is able to provide an impressive IP56 waterproof ratings and IP67 for battery.

"INMOTION is always looking for creative ways to excite our riders and provide an exhilarating adventure." said Bob, CEO of INMOTION. "Challenger represents a new era in electric unicycle, we aim to be a game changer in this field".

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