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Scooter Size Guide

The scooter height can make a big difference for how much fun you have while riding, and we, therefore, recommend new scooter riders to follow this sc...

How to Assemble a Pro Scooter

It's not easy to build your own custom trick scooter. There are as many parts that do not fit together, and a wrong assembly can easily destroy pa...

Buying scooters

This guide helps you find the right scooter for exactly your needs by explaining some of the most important elements of buying a scooter. Scooter type...

Pro scooters explained

What is a pro scooter? A Pro scooter is a very durable version of a normal kick scooter. Usually, a trick scooter cannot be height adjusted and cannot...

Buying scooter wheels

Every wheel needs 2x bearings and 1x spacer to function. Wheels are made of different materials, dimensions, hardness, profiles and different cores. T...

How to Install Bearings in a Scooter Wheel

In this guide you will learn how to, without the use of any special tool, install and remove bearings in wheels with a metal core - primarily used for...

Buying scooter compression

A compression system makes it easier to minimize the amount of slack, which over time always will appear in a trick scooter. Next to this the compress...

Buying a scooter bar

If you are getting a one-piece bar for your scooter, you should consider if you want a steel (cromoly steel) or aluminum bar: Steel bar: Cheaper and s...

Buying a scooter headset

A headset is a necessary part in all scooters and is mounted in the fronttube/headtube on the deck. With the headset mounted correctly, the bar can sp...

Buying scooter spacers

A wheel spacer is mounted between 2 bearings in a wheel. The idea of a spacer is to avoid too much pressure on the bearings when tightening the axle/b...

Buying a scooter deck

The scooter deck is what you stand on when riding. Changing the deck on a scooter is like changing the frame on a bicycle, you have to exchange all th...

Buying axles for scooters

The axles on a scooter varies in size and shape according to brand and model. If the axle is not properly dialed the scooter will make noises and can ...

Buying scooter grips

Grips are mounted on your bar. Like on a bicycle, it's important to have full control of your bar. There are a lot of different models made of dif...

Buying a scooter clamp

A clamp keeps your bar fixed to the fork of your scooter. There are single, double, triple and quad versions (the number of bolts defines the name). R...

How to Put Scooter Grips On

If you’re wondering how to install scooter grips then you have come to the right place. In this video, we’ll show you how to put on scooter grips so t...

Buying a scooter brake

A brake is designed to slow you down or avoid an accident. Press gently on the brake while leaning your weight backwards on the scooter for optimal br...

Buying a scooter fork

A fork defines which wheel, headset, bar and what kind of compression system can be used. That's why it is important to choose a fork that fits yo...

How to Install a Scooter Headset

Need some help in mounting your scooter headset? Mike from our workshop is on hand to guide you through how to install a pro scooter headset: Firstly,...

Buying scooter griptape

The purpose of griptape for pro scooters is to have better grip & control of the deck. Griptape is like a big sticker with sandpaper on the top. Gript...

How to Put Grip Tape on a Scooter

Stay in control on your pro scooter with a new sheet of grip tape. Applying grip tape is something you can do yourself but there are a few steps to fo...

How to Install an SCS Adapter

SCS bar adapters are used to convert scooter bars with a slit to support SCS compression. Installing an SCS adapter to a scooter bar is relatively str...

How to Assemble a Complete Pro Scooter

In this video, our scooter expert Felix is on hand to show you how to put a scooter together. Simply follow our step by step guide and you’ll be able ...

Buying scooter pegs

Notice that not all pegs fit on all scooters, due to different designs and brands. Good advice is to buy pegs and the deck & fork in the same brand. Y...

How to Install an IHC Compression System

Need help with installing your scooter compression system? In this video, we'll talk you through how to set up the IHC compression system for your...

How to Install HIC Compression

HIC is short for Hidden Integrated Compression. In this video, our scooter expert, Jonas, shows you how to install HIC compression correctly. First st...

How to Put on Scooter Wheels

In this video, we break down the different steps you need to take to install scooter wheels onto your setup: Using 2 Allen keys, remove the rear axle....

How to Install Scooter Bar Ends

In this guide, we’ll show you how to install bar ends on a scooter. It’s an easy, straightforward process that should take you no time at all! Using y...

How to Install an IHC Scooter Fork

Make sure that your scooter is correctly set up before taking it to the skate park or the street. In this guide, we'll show you how to install an ...

How to Install an IHC Scooter Bar

This video guides you through how to put on an IHC scooter bar. All you need is an Allen key. Simply follow the instructions in our video and then you...

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