The wait for the Taur may be a while. I’ve ridden one and it’s surprisingly normal-feeling to ride despite the foot platforms. Dagwood is right that doesn’t let you transfer your weight as much, and I noticed more front wheel spin and more rear brake lock-up because of it. That was a year ago on an early prototype though and it wasn’t running the production tires. I even (secretly) measured the braking distance, which wasn’t stellar, but also wasn’t out of line with things like the E-TWOW scooters.
We love our ANYHILL UM-2. Ramier uses it as the camera scooter because it’s so stable. I wanted to put that in the video, but we cut it. I’ve been trying to film him filming me, but that would require me riding one handed and the UM-2 is one of the only scooters I feel comfortable one-handing.
-Paul from ESG