Join the Rideables Revolution
Rideables.org(Reg. PLEVUK LIMITED) is an organisation working to promote the safety, legality and infrastructure for micromobility devices such as Electric Skateboards, Electric Scooters, and Electric Unicycles.
Join The Revolution
A new way to travel
Our aim is to promote safety, legality and infrastructure for micromobility devices (Rideables) across the UK. We aim to encourage the usage of Rideables through the use of guidelines, standard practice and legislation.
By promoting micromobility devices and developing awareness of them we are looking to achieve further development and accessibility across the UK.
Always Moving Forwards
They are fun!
Help reduce congestion
Good for the environment
Our Team Goals
What we do?
We can help provide guidance and expert knowledge on the correct equipment for you and your Rideables.
Individual riding guidelines
Guidelines for individual riding in the city and about town, including safety and health information.
Group riding guidelines
Information on using your Rideables within a group riding setting including Rideables etiquette and keeping safe together.
Public charging use
Information about public charging of your Rideables such as where to charge it, how and how often.
Development of infrastructure
Liaising with local and national bodies to improve facilities for Rideables owners and the emerging market.
Product testing and certification
Developing a reliable and trusted process for the testing and certification of Rideables in the UK.
Find Out What Is Happening
From the Rideables community
Michael Quintana of Rideables.org interviewed on GB News after calls this week to ban e-scooters from the London tube network. https://youtu.be/RJ3p0M8ygGc
The Centre for London think tank published its report titled "Micromobility in London" on Thursday. The report looks at how "emerging vehicles" could benefit the capital and reduce car use. The report called on the government to completely legalise e-scooters to...
With the current UK HGV driver shortage could this be an opportunity for micromobility? At the start of the pandemic, it was estimated that there were about 200,000 privately owned devices in the UK. Sales boomed during the pandemic with Halfords and others reporting...