Apollo Explore 32 mph electric scooter review: Full suspension and full of…

Apollo Explore 32 mph electric scooter review: Full suspension and full of fun

The Apollo Explore electric scooter features a high top speed, big battery, comfortable suspension, and folds for storage. And if that wasn’t good enough, we’ve got a coupon code for you below to get free stuff with the scooter!

But first, let’s check out what makes the Apollo Explore such a great scooter for both work and play.

Apollo Explore electric scooter

The Apollo Explore electric scooter isn’t just built tough — the company stands behind the scooter too.

They offer up to a 24-month warranty, which is one of the longest in the industry.

And that’s good news, because with a scooter this fast and fun, you’ll want to ride it hard.

Just check out my video review of the Apollo Explore electric scooter below, then continue reading for all of the juicy details.

How is the ride?

Oh man, where do I begin? This is a seriously fun scooter to ride. The power is on point, the braking is snappy, and the scooter feels nice and stable, even at top speed.

Speaking of top speed, I frequently broke the 50 km/h (31 mph) claimed speed limit when checking with my phone’s GPS. I often reached 32 mph and occasionally hit 33 mph, all on flat ground. I only weigh 150 lb (68 kg), which might have helped, but suffice it to say that this isn’t a scooter that fails to live up to its claims. It’s also a good reason to wear proper safety gear while riding.

While the scooter is definitely designed for street riding, the suspension is cushy enough to handle shortcuts across the grass or dirt all day. Like any electric scooter with small wheels, you need to be extra careful about divots hidden by tall grass, but at least the 10-inch tires on the Apollo Explore are relatively large, at least in the world of scooters.

Back on the street is where this scooter shines though. The weight is plenty low while the bars are sufficiently high to give you a nice stable feeling, even when leaning deep into turns. And between the power and build quality of the Apollo Explore, I was jumping and ramping my fair share of speed bumps on this thing.

For any scooter intended for hard riding, one area I always scrutinize is the folding mechanism. The last thing you want is to return to the Earth after a glorious half-second of weightlessness only to be met with a self-folding scooter and impending doom. But the Apollo Explore is as well-made as it feels, meaning not once did I feel anything but a solid lock from the folding mechanism. Which is good, because, at 52 lb, the scooter is actually barely light enough to be portable, meaning the folding mechanism is likely to see a lot of use.

Light up the night

Anyone who uses an electric scooter for daily commuting knows that you eventually get caught in the dark. Long summer days mean night riding might be less common now, but if you ride long enough, you’ll eventually find the sun setting before your ride is complete.

Most electric scooters in this price class come with some form of lights. There’s usually a headlight of sorts, sometimes a tail light. Occasionally you’ll see deck lights or stem lights. But the Apollo Explore comes with everything.

You get dual side-mounted headlights plus a central front headlight, along with dual taillights that blink during braking. There’s also under-deck lighting that illuminates the road beneath you as if you’re gliding on an eerie blue Cloud. And just like a late-night infomercial: “Wait, there’s more!” You even get an LED strip running up the length of the stem, giving you taller (and bluer) lighting that is easier for cars to see from their elevated and cushy seats.

A full set of lights is an important safety consideration, in my opinion. The Dualtron Thunder also had an impressively visible stem light package, but that scooter also cost 3x the price of this bad boy. So for a scooter priced at 1,249 to have half a dozen independent lights at various heights and colors, I’m pretty impressed.

Ride for miles and miles

At nearly a kilowatt-hour of battery, the 52V and 18.2Ah battery is more than enough for any reasonable commute in the city. I never ran out of battery during a scoot, and I could usually charge just twice a week.

The battery cells are Dynavolt, which doesn’t have the same street-cred as other batteries — like those from Samsung or LG — but the company is well known for making excellent motorcycle batteries.

Support and service

As I mentioned, Apollo offers one of the longest warranties in the business — up to 24 months for many parts (frame, controller, steering, throttle). They’re upfront about the details too. Some components have shorter 12-month warranties (battery, motor, etc.), and customers do have to pay for part of the shipping.

But the Canadian-based company also opened a US service center in New York to more quickly service scooters and get customers riding again.

In the past, I’ve seen some companies with excellent support and service and other companies that basically leave you on your own after the sale is completed. So for Apollo to stand behind their products and provide local service is definitely notable in the industry.

Final thoughts on the Apollo Explore

There are a lot of electric scooters out there to choose from.

If you’ve been riding Bird or Lime scooters but want an upgrade to a faster, more powerful, and more comfortable scooter, this would be an excellent option.

At 52 pounds, it’s not a lightweight scooter. So if you want to carry it up a few flights of stairs every day, think hard about it.

But for a daily commuter with high-quality production (and a rocking light show!), this would be an excellent option.

If you want to grab one for 1,249, don’t forget to use the coupon code ELECTREK to score 100 in free accessories.

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Apollo Explore Review: A Solid Option for Beginners

The third e-scooter in the Apollo lineup amongst all 4 scooters released by Apollo in 2020 is the Apollo Explore. The Apollo explore has the same building foundation as the Zero 10.

Unlike the Zero 10, Explore is not only a cheaper option but also allows for improvements and customizations developed by Apollo Scooter.

The icing on the cake is the fact that the Apollo scooter offers a market-leading incredible 24-month warranty which makes it much more impressive and worth the price.

Let’s get into the nitty-gritty details to see how this scooter performs in our performance tests after we’ve ridden it for more than 125 kilometers.

The Apollo Explore gives the user an impressive range and an incredible speed which is unmatchable at this price range. The scooter has the capability to reach a top speed of 31 miles per hour thanks to its 1000W rear motor that powers the scooter with a peak output of 1400W.

Talking about the range of the scooter, the Explore has a li-ion battery of 52V 18.2 Ah (946.4Wh) that lasts up to 37 miles on a single charge. The battery makes use of Dynavolt cells that allow for savings to the user’s end.

These cells allow the scooter to perform better on low voltage or when the battery is running low.

Tested Speed Range

The riding experience that I had with Apollo Explore has been summarized in the table below

Battery Level Top Speed In Km/h
100% 32.3 mph 52 km/h
75% 29.2 mph 47 km/h
50% 26.1 mph 42 km/h
30% 25.5 mph 41 km/h
20% 24.2 mph 39 km/h

The table above shows how the top speed lowers as the battery level decreases. We concluded that the decrease in power is minimal and much better than other competing electric scooters.

Tested Range at Different Speeds

Average Speed Range
25 mph 21.2 miles
17.5 mph 29.3 miles
12.5 mph 31.4 miles

The above table shows how the average speed and the range of the electric scooter are correlated. The results are impressive considering that many brands exaggerate the range their scooter can achieve.


Acceleration, although overlooked, is an important stat to be considered when selecting the right scooter. You’ll require a scooter that offers a high acceleration if you’re living in a hilly area. However, if you live in a flat area, it’s not that important.

Although acceleration is determined by a lot of factors, the main ones are rider weight, scooter weight, and motor power.

Officially, the scooter can go from 0 to 15MPH in about 3.5 seconds. In our tests, we reached that speed in 3.76 seconds which is close enough.


Suspension determines how comfortable your ride will be and hence is an important aspect to consider while buying an electric scooter. For a scooter that is able to reach a top speed of 31MPH, you need to have quality suspension in place. Otherwise, the ride will turn into a trampoline for you.

Apollo Explore uses 10-inch pneumatic tires, a hydraulic suspension at the rear, and a spring at the front for suspension.

Thanks to three suspensions being put in place, handling bumpy urban rides is a piece of cake for this beast. We put its suspension to the test on dirt roads, grass, and jumping up and down on curbs and the scooter handled all of it without an issue.


You need an efficient and responsive brake system to ensure that you stay safe. The explore comes with front and rear disc brakes along with regenerative braking on the motor that’ll help in getting those extra miles in the range


Portability is an important factor and one’s preference for portability in an electric scooter greatly depends on the way they use it.

The Apollo Explore weighs around 52 pounds which is midway between light and heavy. The weight is definitely justified when you consider the power and the features it offers.

If you look carefully a lot about the portability your scooter can offer, you should go for Apollo Light.

Although the scooter weighs 52 pounds, it still folds into a very compact size. The handlebars can be screwed loosened and folded in and the stem and front wheel can be folded up over the deck and handlebars.

This is a great feature if you want to carry your scooter in a trunk or don’t have much space in your home.

Built Quality Safety

Safety is the most important factor you should put into consideration especially when you’re riding a scooter that can reach top speeds like this.

Just like other areas on the scooter, the build quality on this scooter is great as well. The Apollo Explore makes use of forged aluminum for all critical parts of the scooter like the stem, handlebar, and base.

Unlike the Explore, The Zero 10 has been known to have issues so Apollo ensured that the safety of Explore is maximized and hence upgraded the frame quality.

The Zero 10 uses an inferior quality cloth to cover the external cables whereas the external cables on the Apollo Explore are wrapped in a hard plastic coil to prevent any torn or cut cables.

Lighting on the Apollo Explore is something that needs to be appreciated. The deck and stem are lit up by LED strips on each side.

over, there are three rear brakes and three headlights which ensure that the rider’s vision is maximized while they’re riding in conditions with low lighting.

Customer Service Warranty

Things just got better with the Apollo Explore just when you thought they couldn’t.

The cheaper electric scooters are directly shipped straight out of Asia with only a few repair options and minimal support. If that’s the case with your scooter, you’re on your own if something happens to your scooter.

This case is completely different when we talk about Apollo Scooters. The brand is based in Montreal, Canada, and offers an incredible 24-month warranty which is contributing to a great extent in bringing positivity to the electric scooter industry.

This also tells us the confidence Apollo scooters has in its products as they’re willing to offer you a 2-year warranty.

Before they ship the product to your doorstep, the Explore has to undergo a strict triple inspection quality control (143-point checklist) to ensure that you get the perfect product for you when you open the box for the first time.

The team at Apollo is knowledgeable and fair which shows that they genuinely want care about building a business that is solid and has efficient and responsive customer service.

over, they have a live chat system put in place on their website that swiftly answers any questions that you might have. Very few brands offer this at the moment and thus, this should be appreciated.

What Could’ve Been Improved

Although the Apollo explore is a great product. It’s without a doubt, an impressive and pleasant experience but nothing is perfect. I’d like it if the team at Apollo can work and improve these factors if they ever make a V2.

Handlebars can loosen a bit

The foldable handlebars are undoubtedly convenient, but they do have a drawback. It’s probably more than a problem, it’s an annoyance. When you tighten them and go out for a ride they eventually loosen up a bit.

They don’t loosen to a point where they risk the safety of the rider by folding together but they can cause discomfort since the ride becomes a little wobbly.

It doesn’t affect the riding experience in a much negative way but yes, it does get annoying when you have to tighten them every now and then.

The folding mechanism can be tough

The demo model I tested had a folding mechanism that was rough. Although I’m happy that it was super sturdy, it still was hard to fold and lock it in the upright position.

If you’re someone like me who’s careful around expensive technology, you’d rather not take the risk and not exercise violence with the scooter.

There’s a good chance that the folding mechanism gets smoother and less sturdy with usage and time, though it is important that the one who reads this review knows as it did surprise me a bit.

Final Thoughts on the Apollo Explore

To sum it up, Apollo Explore is one of the best scooters to land in the market in 2021. The value for money and customer support is unmatched. over, the 24-month warranty is like icing on the cake.

The scooter offers an excellent range and fantastic power and it’s evident by its specs that the team has put in their blood and sweat to ensure that the scooter is one of the best ones out there.

As I mentioned above, the lighting is impressive and the suspension is great as well.

Overall, looking at all the aspects, the Apollo Explore scores an 8.5 out of 10 which is one of the highest possible scores we’ve ever awarded to a scooter. There are a few things that the team can work on but the overall experience was fantastic.

Daniel Scott

Daniel Scott is an e-scooter reviewer and author at Erides Hub. His unbridled enthusiasm for the latest electric scooters has led him to become a reviewer and author at Erides Hub. He provides honest, unbiased reviews on the newest models of electric scooters, taking into account all angles from design, and battery life to speed.

Apollo Explore Review

The Apollo Explore is what seasoned riders would call an adequate scooter. It is Apollo’s third-best offering, only topped by the frighteningly fast Apollo Ghost and its flagship model Apollo Phantom. It is clear that the manufacturer wanted to be a bit more practical this time, both in terms of performance and budget.

A single 1,000-watt motor capable of long-range distances and impressive acceleration makes all the difference. Ride quality is aided by pneumatic tires equipped with front and rear suspensions, and a lightweight, foldable frame making the Explore ultra-portable.

As a commuter with a tight budget, could you do any better than Apollo Explore?


Apollo Explore – Who is it for?

The Explore is a workhorse that promises at least seven years of daily commutes before you have to replace the battery.

It can comfortably carry a rider weighing 265 pounds and measuring up to six feet four inches tall, which puts it well within the reach of the larger-than-average commuter.


  • Good Value for Money
  • Great Ride Quality Good Handling
  • Quite Portable (Foldable Handlebars Telescoping Stem)
  • Great Balance Between Speed Range
  • Regenerative Braking


It’s incredible how smooth and soundless the scooter is while riding.

What’s also impressive is how well the single-motor scooter handles rough terrain. It’s not going to outperform the Wolf Warrior 11 out in the wilderness, but on your daily commute, its 10-inch air tires will easily roll up hills and ride over rough terrain to get you where you need to go quickly and comfortably.

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Speed Acceleration

The speed of the Apollo Explore tops out at 31 MPH, just 7 MPH slower than its more powerful sibling, the Apollo Ghost. It takes the electric scooter 9.6 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 25 MPH, which is reasonably fast for a commuting scooter with a single motor.

You might be wondering how a 1,000-watt motor is capable of such feats, but the answer is quite straightforward. At peak performance, the electric motor can put out up to 1,400 watts of power, enough to facilitate the punchy acceleration that the Apollo Explore achieves.

Hill Climbing

The Explore is by no means a hill-climbing monster, but to its credit, its lightweight build and powerful electric motor allow it to dominate hills like the best of them. It can comfortably climb up a 10% grade hill with a 160-pound rider at around 11 MPH, making it far better than your typical rental scooter.

Battery Range

Apollo fitted the Explore with a 52V 18.2Ah (946 Watt-hours) Dynavolt battery that gives you a maximum range of around 35 miles on a single charge. For commuting purposes, that’s more than adequate range, whether you’re headed off to work or to explore some nearby trails.

Dynavolt manufactures most of the motorcycle batteries in the market today. Considering the price tag on the Explore, you’ll be hard-pressed to find this kind of battery performance on any other electric scooter in this price range.


The large battery only needs four to five hours to charge to completion if you use the fast chargers that Apollo sells separately. It offers 2,600 charge cycles, which translates to about seven years of daily charging. It is also covered by a 24-month warranty, which is a rare and exceptionally long type of coverage, possibly the best you can hope for in the electric scooter industry.


The Explore offers exceptional stopping power to match its punchy speed and acceleration. It equips you with two sets of brakes—a pair of high-performance mechanical disc brakes on the rear and front wheels and a rear regenerative brake that slows the motor down by passing a reverse current through it.

The regenerative electric brake recharges the battery every time you slow down. You don’t need to push a separate button to activate it; it activates automatically when you pull down on the brake lever. You can adjust its strength in the Apollo Explore P-Settings.

Braking is relatively smooth, and you can adjust each brake individually to suit your preferences. The triple-redundant braking system makes the Explore safe enough to ride on the highway.


To say that Explore has excellent ride quality would be an accurate assessment. The spring suspension in the front and rear tires is well balanced—not too soft yet not too stiff—which makes for a buttery smooth ride on smooth roads and a comfortable trip over rough roads and potholes.

The quality of the suspension shows when going over bumps, where you’ll notice that the springs don’t rattle or creak. This quality suspension system also boosts the electric scooter’s stability at top speeds.

Design and Features

Build Quality

Overall, the build quality of Explore leaves nothing to desire. It is solid where it needs to be; its moving parts function so smoothly to deliver the whisper-quiet ride performance that earns the Explore its reputation for discretion.

Its forged aluminum exoskeleton is lightweight but stiff enough to provide the kind of ride stability you would expect from a much heavier electric scooter. Rigorous quality controls from the manufacturer ensure that this sub 2,000 scooter is as durable as they come.

Out of the box, you’ll hardly need to adjust it, except maybe to set it up according to your own preferences.

Is Apollo Explore Waterproof?

Apollo Explore has an IP rating of IP54, a fair amount of water resistance considering the price tag. It should be able to tolerate light rain and splashes without a problem.

However, you should note that the manufacturer’s warranty does not cover water damage to the scooter. Their stand is that they’re aware of the scooter’s limits in terms of water resistance, and therefore can’t know whether the rider has exceeded the recommended rating.

Wheels Tires

The Explore is equipped with 10-inch by 3.15-inch pneumatic tires from HOTA. These tires play a huge role in the stability and smoothness of the ride.

Their large width makes the ride feel more stable, almost as if the scooter is self-stabilizing. Their diameter allows them to roll over potholes easily rather than get stuck in them.

Using air-filled tires also has a massive advantage in terms of ride quality. On the Apollo Explore, the pneumatic wheels work together with the suspension to facilitate an exceptionally smooth ride.


Deck space is nothing if not adequate on the Apollo Explore. There is plenty of standing room on the 20-inch by 9-inch deck, which means sufficient wiggle room for quick foot changes on the go. The deck is raised 5 inches off the ground so that you won’t be scraping on protruding rocks easily.

The Explore shows off its versatility with its telescoping stem, which allows riders of different heights to ride comfortably. Depending on your riding style, you can adjust the deck-to-handlebar distance to any length between 27.5 inches and 38 inches.


The Apollo Explore is remarkably portable for a scooter of its capabilities. For starters, it weighs only 52 pounds, and although this weight is significant, it’s not above the comfortable lifting weight of a commuter’s scooter.

important is its ability to transform into a compact, folded package that you can store out of sight in a cinch. When folded, it passes the trunk test with room to spare, so it may well live in your car if you don’t have enough room for it.

Folding Mechanism

The Explore can be shrunk down in two ways. The first way involves the telescoping mechanism of the stem, which allows you to extend or reduce its height.

The second is a traditional folding mechanism that folds the stem parallel to the deck. Crucially, it includes a locking mechanism to keep it in place.

That means that the stem remains stable when folded. To assure you of its security, the lock produces a satisfying click when activated. The handlebars also fold into the stem to increase the scooter’s portability. They use a screw-type mechanism to stay locked; it’s more reliable than spring-loaded locking mechanisms.


Although the Apollo Explore comes with built-in LED lights, they are too low to provide any real visibility at a distance. You may need to invest in a handlebar-mounted LED lamp if you plan on doing a lot of night traveling.

The lights on the Explore include a couple in the deck, side deck, and on the stem. The rear fender doesn’t have a light, but it does come with a reflector.


There’s not much to look at on the cockpit of the Apollo Explore—just a couple of brake levers and a trigger-style throttle. Most riders would want this kind of simplicity.

The QS-S4 trigger throttle is accompanied by an integrated color LCD that serves as the speedometer, odometer, and battery status display. It’s the same display that you’ll use to adjust the regenerative braking strength, adjust the acceleration, and manipulate the onboard LED lights.

The trigger-style throttle can be tedious over a long distance, which is why Apollo has equipped the Explore with cruise control.

How to Access P-Settings of Apollo Explore?

To access advanced P-settings of Apollo Explore, just press and hold the power and mode button at the same time. To cycle through different settings, press the power button. For changing the values of the current setting, press the mode button. See from the video below, what you can change on your scooter through the P-settings.

Apart from its significant range advantage (62 miles), the performance of the EMOVE Cruiser is pretty much on par with that of the Apollo Explore.

That said, the Explore is much faster and has better acceleration than the long-distance scooter because its motor is significantly more powerful.

However, the EMOVE Cruiser has a bigger payload capacity (348 pounds) and better water resistance (IP67), so it’s more rugged and reliable.

It’s also surprisingly small despite its stronger build quality, standing at only a couple of inches taller (47.64×9.84×15.75) than the Explore when folded.

Its only flaw is its motor, which is only 600W. The Explore blows it out of the water in a head-to-head power competition. Nevertheless, both scooters feature pneumatic tires and reliable disc brakes.

Conclusion – Is Apollo Explore Worth It?

If you’re looking for a scooter with well-balanced features and an extra-long warranty, then look no further. This is a scooter that’s designed to go the distance each day and provide a premium ride experience for riders with a small budget.

It is a bit heavy to carry, so it’s not the best option if you live up several flights of stairs or use the subway frequently.

But in terms of speed, range, ride quality, and hill-climbing performance, the Apollo Explore is one of the best electric scooters for commuting.

Apollo Introduces the Explore 2024: A Game-Changing Electric Scooter for Adventure Seekers

Apollo, a renowned name in the electric scooter industry, is set to revolutionize the commuter segment with the launch of their highly anticipated Explore 2024 model. Building upon the success of their previous Explore scooter, Apollo aims to deliver an exceptional combination of performance, comfort, and innovation with this new release. In this article, we will delve into the exciting features of the Explore 2024, compare it to competitor brands, and answer some frequently asked questions about Apollo scooters.

Apollo, a renowned name in the electric scooter industry, is set to revolutionize the commuter segment with the launch of their highly anticipated Explore 2024 model. Building upon the success of their previous Explore scooter, Apollo aims to deliver an exceptional combination of performance, comfort, and innovation with this new release. In this article, we will delve into the exciting features of the Explore 2024, compare it to competitor brands, and answer some frequently asked questions about Apollo scooters.

Unleashing the Adventure:

The Explore 2024 is the culmination of over two years of development and embodies the sleek and modern design language of Apollo’s Apollo 2.0 lineup. This electric scooter is set to redefine the riding experience by offering a host of game-changing features. With its dual-deck platform, hot-swappable battery, MACH 1 controller, built-in GPS, DOT matrix display, Quadlock phone mount, and regenerative braking system, the Explore 2024 is designed to provide a thrilling and comfortable ride.

Most unique feature: Forward standing position

In addition to its impressive features, the Explore 2024 offers a unique forward standing position with a collapsible feet stand. This innovative design allows riders to maintain a comfortable and balanced posture during their commute. By positioning the rider slightly forward, the scooter enhances stability and control, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable ride. The collapsible feet stand adds convenience, allowing riders to easily fold and unfold the stand when needed. This forward standing position, coupled with the collapsible feet stand, sets the Explore 2024 apart from its competitors, providing an ergonomic and user-friendly riding experience.

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Quick-Swappable Battery and MACH 1 Controller:

One standout feature of the Explore 2024 is its quick-swappable battery, allowing users to remove and charge the battery separately with ease. This feature opens up a world of possibilities, including longer commutes, convenient battery charging, and enhanced safety during winter storage. The MACH 1 controller powers the Explore 2024, offering smooth acceleration, braking, and an optimized riding experience exclusive to Apollo scooters.

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DOT Matrix Display and Quadlock Phone Mount:

Responding to user feedback, Apollo has incorporated a built-in DOT matrix display on the Explore 2024. This display ensures excellent visibility, even in direct sunlight, providing riders with essential information at a glance. Additionally, the Explore 2024 boasts a partnership with Quadlock, a renowned smartphone mounting company, offering users unparalleled safety and the convenience of wireless charging for their smartphones.

Regenerative Braking and Self-Healing Tires:

The Explore 2024 features Apollo‘s high-performance regenerative braking system, providing riders with a smooth and efficient braking experience while simultaneously recharging the battery. Furthermore, the scooter is equipped with self-healing tires, offering riders increased reliability and protection from most puncture flats during their everyday commutes.

Comparing Competitor Brands:

While Apollo has made a name for itself in the electric scooter market, it is essential to compare its offerings to competitor brands. One such competitor is the Taur Electric Scooter. The Explore 2024 distinguishes itself with its cutting-edge features, including the quick-swappable battery, built-in DOT matrix display, and partnership with Quadlock for enhanced smartphone integration. These unique elements position the Explore 2024 as a top contender in the market.

The arrival of the Apollo Explore 2024 marks a significant milestone in the electric scooter industry. With its impressive range of features and enhancements, this scooter is poised to redefine the premium commuter segment. From the quick-swappable battery to the cutting-edge DOT matrix display, the Explore 2024 is designed to provide riders with an unforgettable and comfortable riding experience. By incorporating advanced technology and addressing user feedback, Apollo has solidified its position as a leader in the electric scooter market. As the Explore 2024 prepares to hit the streets, it promises to usher in a new era of adventure, innovation, and excitement for riders worldwide. Disclaimer: The specifications and details provided in this article are based on the available information at the time of writing. Please refer to Apollo’s official channels and website for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding the Explore 2024 and other Apollo scooters.

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