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Utility bike S1

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Utility bike S1

ARVenture Studio in 2021 started to collaborate with a local company SKOOT that creates innovative solutions for a variety of transportation for African use. Our design, the EV bike, has been used in Kenya, Nairobi. We also developed the Utility S1 – a cost-effective, simple-to-use, electric scooter with a swappable battery.


We believe that everyone should have access to affordable, efficient, and sustainable transportation solutions. That’s why we strive to make our design available to the widest audience possible..

The Design

Creating high-quality, low-cost solutions for vendors, mobile cafes, grocery stores, and other goods. Our electric battery-powered solutions are both economical and promising for any business. Read more about our recent projects to see how we can help you!

The Project  Vision

The project vision is to bridge the gap between the developing world and the refinement a better society.  Using the power of design to create innovative solutions for those living in low-income countries, while still keeping the project vision at the forefront of our process. We believe that design has the power to make a positive impact in the world, and we strive to make that impact every day.

The Project  Mission

Through IoT and big data gather form the vehicle, we hope to be able to improve the lives of the needed, at the same time create a better environment where this project is deployed.


Providing an option for a commuter solution

SKOOT S1 Bike is a revolutionary design for Kenya that is revolutionizing the way people get around.


It is a low-cost, fast, cost-effective, green, and sustainable design that is quickly becoming the go-to choice for transportation.


Learn more about SKOOT S1 Bike and its innovative projects today.

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