Here's a guide to the EMOVE Touring, including direct links to parts and accessories if you want to upgrade or need replacement. Seriously, if it's a component part of the scooter or we have a tutorial on how to do it, we've provided a link.
Please share any questions you have about the Touring in the comments, or write your own post under the EMOVE Scooters category so the community can help you out!
The Touring has an aluminum alloy frame and stem, weighs 39 lb, and has upright dimensions of 47" x 22" x 48" (folded dimensions of 48" x 8" x 11.5''). The deck is covered in grip tape (side panels, rear metal rod) and measures 22" x 7" with 5" of ground clearance. It has an IP54 water resistance rating, so riding in light rain is okay (but generally not recommended). The plug-and-play cabling (connection pins) and pre-drilled posts in the deck make the Touring a highly customizable and repairable model.
It's a foldable design with a quick-step mechanism, a telescoping stem that can be as low as 28” or as high as 48” (folding hinge, T-bar, round T-bar, screw catalog) with stem clamp and pull-release folding handlebars suitable for riders up to 308 lb. The inner T-bar also has jump beads that hold the handlebars at two specific heights, and the stem clamp tightens everything in place. There are front and rear fenders, a headlight (headlight holder screw), front deck lights (light cabling, circuit board), and a brake-responding tail light (mounted on the rear fender).
Other key features include: rubber grip handles, waterproof LCD display and finger throttle, horn and light button, dual 8" x 2" mixed tires, with an inner tube front tire inflated to ~38 psi and a solid rear tire (inner tube, front axle, front tire, front wheel, rear solid tire, tire bearing), front spring suspension, rear suspension under the deck, drum brake (brake cable, brake lever with bell, brake line attachment, brake line spring, GX16 3P charging port (54.6V 2A charger), and kickstand.
The Touring is a single-motor electric scooter with a 500W brushless DC motor, a 48V 13 Ah LG battery and 48V square wave motor controller. These specs are based on a 150-lb rider.
- Top speed: 24 mph / 38.6 kph
- Range: 25 mi / 40 km
- Hill climb: 15 degrees
- Accel (0 mph to 15 mph) : 4.5 s
When you receive your Touring, you'll have a little assembly and will get a copy of the user manual.
Using Your Touring Basics
Touring quick setup guide
Here's an unboxing demo showing you what you'll need to install, check, and adjust to get started.
How to fold/unfold the Touring
See how the quick-step folding mechanism works.
How to control the EMOVE Touring's lights
There is a light/horn button switch on the left handlebar that turns on the headlight and tail light. When braking, the tail light will blink to signal to others that you are slowing down.
Below is a horn button. In addition to an electronic horn (housed inside of the front headlight), there is also a mechanical bell on the brake lever.
Underneath the deck next to the charging port is a button that turns on the front and rear deck lights.
Before riding, it's a good idea to adjust your performance or P-settings.
DIY Repairing your Touring
Shoutout to all EMOVE Touring owners (and pre-owners)!
What's missing from this, what do I need to update, and what else would you tell other Touring owners about?
I'd love your feedback/questions in the comments, upvotes, and shares if this was useful for you!