Skick is a patented all year round electric utility scooter for private and enterprise use that revolutionizes near area transportation. Skick is self balanced, making it safer, easier and more stable to drive than common electric scooters. This, together with optional carrying modules, makes Skick an exceptionally good choice for commercial use too.
Top speed of 25 km/h and 1000W motor ensures that vehicle can be used in many countries without registration, insurance or driving license. The short turning radius and reverse gear makes urban driving easy. Read more about the features.
Designed for everyday use
Skick has been designed to answer every day transportation needs within your local area in all road surfaces: pavement, gravel or even snow. It’s multi purpose front module tray can be equipped with several options like golf bag carrier or thermobox for food deliveries. Skick is a perfect personal transportation solution also for golf or all the rental cabins near the skiing slopes. It is also possible to take your Skick further, because Skick can fit in a trunk of a normal sized family car. We are proud to announce that Skick is designed, developed and manufactured in Finland.
Design that captivates the eyes
Skick’s design and visual expression have sought practicality and the humble Finnishness. The goal has been to create an iconic product that lasts from father to son and is proudly driven by professionals, boys, girls, fathers, mothers, grandmothers, and grandparents.
Design is not just what a product looks like, but how it works.
“This is what Batman would use to go to work“
Pasi Paananen, SKICK DESIGNER
Utility scooter in real life tests
Real life testing on pavement, gravel and snow with Skick prototype 2.
Skick in media
Skick & Arctic Rides in Finnish National Broadcasting company YLE Northern Finland TV NEWS on 21.6.2021
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Where does the term Skick come from?
Skick comes from the words SKI and KICK. These words reflect the fact that the Skick glides on skis in the winter. Although Skick runs on electricity, it can be assisted with muscle power by kicking foot with momentum. Skick is a registered trademark of Arctic Rides Ltd.