It’s understandable that you want to go, go, go! with your Swagger 5 Elite. But you’ll also want stopping power that is fast, precise and consistent. Over time you might need to adjust the brakes. You might also need to adjust them when you first get your scooter. Everyone’s style and comfort level is different. So here’s how to get your brakes just right:
Be Mindful of the Terrain
Flat, even pavement is the best riding condition we could have. Unfortunately, cities rarely have them. Pavements are bumpy, uneven often have slight (or not-so-slight) inclines. These surface conditions will affect the performance of any rideable, electric or otherwise. If you have a traditional bike, for instance, you’ll have to work harder to pedal through hilly downtown San Fran than you would the (relatively) flat local streets of Indianapolis.
- Keep a moderate, consistent speed.
- Rough terrains or slopes can decrease your Swagger 5’s performance.
Following these four simple tips will help you get the most out of your Swagger 5 Elite. From tire pressure to brake adjustments, maintaining optimal performance is as simple as keeping up on the scooter’s general maintenance.