Razor scooter available in Scottsdale

Razor scooters are available in Scottsdale. (Submitted photo)

Razor has joined the Scottsdale community with its custom-built Razor Share dockless e-scooters.

“Razor Share scooters have been custom designed from the ground up to provide a better-shared scooter ride,” according to a release.

Razor scooters have cushy front air tires, a wide deck big enough for two feet side-by-side, a UL-compliant lithium-ion battery and a rigid steel frame. (Submitted photo)

“The scooters have cushy front air tires, a wide deck big enough for two feet side-by-side, a UL-compliant lithium-ion battery and a rigid steel frame,” it states.

“We are excited to join the Scottsdale community and look forward to being a strong community partner,” Danny Simon, chief operating officer for Razor USA, said in the release.

“Scottsdale is an active and vibrant city and because of this, we know residents and visitors of Scottsdale will love riding Razor Share e-scooters for their convenience and smooth ride.”

Razor launched its first electric scooter in 2003, according to the release.

The business plans to host a community pop-up in the future where residents, ages 18 and up, can test out Razor Share and receive a free helmet. Go to razor.com/share.

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