It's called Green Road Line.. got it from a crook seller from eBay. The guy (from UK) didn't take responsibility to service my scooter when it broke (motor and controller failure) and disappeared from eBay so I had to order the parts myself from AliExpress trying to fix it. My scooter worked fine when I first got it, then he'll broke loose in two months. My scooter has not been "fully" functional for 9 months... It's a piece of junk and not reliable at all.. the scooter is from China, the chassis, motors, controllers, brakes, all of it. Brake pads only last 500 miles you need to buy 40- 50 pieces of brake pads for your braking to last. I spent about $900 on top of what I paid for this expensive ($2600) junk scooter so that tops off $3,500 and still not a complete scooter you will be better off save a few more bucks and get a real fine quality Rion2 RE60 scooter for $4500...or get the RE70 battery upgrade for $5100 (shipping included) for more range. Chinese scooters are not the way to go unless you are a mechanic and electrician and engineer cause then you can fix it on your own inside out for cheap. I got to learn quite a bit though, trying to fix this thing myself.
Correction on the speed, it's actually 54 mph top speed from GPS. My throttle display (MS668) reads 2 mph higher from 45-57 mph range and about 1/2 mph higher at 35 mph which is very insanely accurate considering other scooters with TF100 or LS100 speed display with their supplied controllers read exaggerated numbers in speed as high as 10 mph. My scooter topped out at 55 mph GPS in a slight down hill...so yes it's still fast as hell. I have this scooter build modification project going on in the maintenance/repair section of this site. Check it out