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3 tips to keep your scooter dialed

We’ve gathered easy 3 tips to make sure that you can keep your scooter flying after a long summer full of awesome sessions.

There’s no denying it. The last three months have been pure blue sky and sunny weather. Hopefully, you’ve got the best out of it and had a lot of great sessions.

So maybe it’s time to take a little care of your scooter, no matter if it’s just a little maintenance to keep your scooter dialed or getting new parts to upgrade your favorite ride.

Get a fresh ride with new bearings

Riding on all sorts of surfaces will expose your bearings to different kinds of materials from sand over gravel to water and dust. Add jumping stairs, doing wall rides, riding bowls and doing tail whips from fun boxes to the equation and you’ll find out that your bearings live a hard life.

A damaged bearing will affect your ability to get up to speed and maintain it. The good news, it’s cheap and easy to replace. If you follow the guide in the video above, you’ll be good to go in a matter of minutes.

Keep in mind that the higher the ABEC rating the bearings have, the easier it gets to accelerate and maintain speed. But be aware that bearings with lower ABEC bearings don’t get worn out as easily as the ones with a high ABEC rating. Find your new bearings here

Keep your scooter dialed

In order to keep progressing, you need to take care of your scooter once in a while. We have put together 3 simple pieces of advice on how to keep your scooter in top shape. And the best thing is, it’s totally free. Check out the video below and thank us later.

Become a pro on boxed ends vs traditional cut

We all know it, and so do you. It’s nice once in a while to get new gear. Getting a new deck is not only great for changing the look of your scooter, it can also have a positive effect on your performance as a rider.

Therefore it’s important to choose the right deck, not only when it comes to size, but also when it comes to the shape. In this video, Jonas gives you the most important info about boxed ends and the traditional cut. Finally, he also lists the pros and cons of each type.

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