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Scooters

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Scooters for every taste

A lot has happened since the reinvention of the "modern" scooters back in the late 1990s, where the new scooter made of aluminum entered the market. These scooters were foldable, and very practical, which made them crazy popular.

But as stunt scootering became a popular sport, the scooter industry saw a demand for stunt scooters, which are designed to do tricks in skate parks and the street.

Nowadays, both the quality and technology of scooters is miles away from those early 90's model.

You can still get foldable and adjustable scooters, which is still popular for commuting. When it comes to stunt scooters made for doing stunts, the brands we are selling are making high-quality complete scooters and scooter parts, which meets the demands of riders from the newcomer to the professional athletes.

Stunt scooters

These scooters, also called trick scooters, are typically used in skateparks, urban areas and parking lots. It is a technical and equipment-intensive sport, and the scooters are exposed to massive pressure and wear. No scooter lasts forever, but modern stunt scooters are very durable, and the selection is wide. They are reinforced and designed for durability. You can also find a wide range of custom components, for you to build your own dream scooter. Assembled custom scooters typically consist of specific components from different brands, assembled by experts.

Scooters with big wheels

For transportation, we recommend scooters with big wheels (120mm or more). These scooters are usually designed for adults, but can also be used by children. They can often be folded and therefore are easy to carry in a train, at school or at the workplace. Big wheels are less sensitive to irregularities in the road, they have more directional stability and they roll faster than small wheels.

To learn more about scooters, you can read the guide: Buying scooters.

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