The streets of London saw the inaugural race of the eSkootr Championship on Saturday.
The 12 turn, 470-meter course, built in the Surrey Quays area, saw 30 riders across 10 teams participate in a series of 10 minute, six rider knockout races.
Switzerland's Matis Neyroud powered his electric scooter to first place, followed by Britain's Dan Brooks and Indian rider Anish Shetty.
The eSkootr machines weigh roughly 40-kilograms and feature two six-kilowatt motors, and can reach top speeds above 100-kilometers-per-hour.
More races are slated for Switzerland, Italy, France, Spain and the United States, with Asia and Africa likely to be added from next season.