Gallery of images and videos
It wouldn’t have been complete without presenting our scooters at a top-notch West Coast Location, after Fietsvak in Amsterdam and WantedDesign in New York City. The Dwell team helped make it possible for us – so there we were at Booth M32 making lots of friends and having a blast!
See how Nimble Scooters is ridden in Paris along the Canal Saint Martin on Vimeo.
Photos from our NYC launch during Design Week, at Wanted Design and beyond… Nimble Scooters partnered up with Core77 to help them distribute their limited edition special occasion Design Daily. Check us out riding through NYC with our Nimble Cargo Scooters.
Nimble Scooters are designed and assembled in Southern California.
To show how Nimble looks and works in a city, and how it can be used, we took it out for two days in Paris, on some little streets, in front of a church, and through a crowded antique fair. It was easy! I was able to wiggle my way through the crowd, without causing […]
To get a feel of Nimble in the city, we went around town using our scooters to test the various textures on the streets.
We officially launched our Nimble Cargo Scooter worldwide from our booth at Fietsvak 2014 in Amsterdam from March 1-4. Why Amsterdam? Well, where else do you have such avid bicycle users and cargo bicycle fans? The Netherlands is a whole country of bicycle users, who have started from a very young age. We thought it […]
Let’s rewind a little bit. Up until now, since 2012 our Nimble Cargo Scooters were hand-made, and we sold them one by one to early fans around the United States (and a few beyond!). We learned a lot from this first series. We received feedback that allowed us improve the scooters, and figure out the […]
Just finished building our new prototype electric cargo scooter. Hoping to have it production ready in 2014. 15mph top speed and 6 mile range. Check out our video.
Professional photographers Frank and Paulette on a photo tour of San Francisco. No better way to carry all that heavy camera gear and cruise the sights.
We asked test users to try out an assortment of handgrips to find the best handgrips for our scooters.
Photos from a group trip to the farmer’s market.
Water jet machine cutting front forks and rear brakes from a solid 2 inch plate of aluminum using water at 75,000 psi pressure.