100mm wheels, nylon core with PU rubber.
ABEC 5 bearings.
What is the difference between a freestyle scooter and a "normal" scooter?
The differences between a freestyle scooter and a classic scooter are similar to those between a BMX bike and a city bike.
A freestyle scooter has wider handlebars and smaller wheels (making it easier to handle). Its weight is also different (it is lighter) and it is more manoeuvrable. Since the aim is to do tricks, the handlebars can do a full turn, for example.
Freestyle scooters are also more rigid and sturdy.
Choosing the right size freestyle scooter
To choose the right size freestyle scooter, stand on it and check that the handlebar comes up to hip level, your arms are stretched out and your back straight.
6061 T6 aluminium painted deck. 3 channel structure with 4 reinforced rails.
Dimensions: 110 x 500 mm (4"x19").
One piece steel T-bar.
Dimensions: diameter = 31.8, H = 510 mm, L = 420 mm.
T-bar/deck angle: 82.5°.Overall height: 770 mm
Iron reinforced fork ONLY compatible with 100 mm diameter wheels (integrated spacer system in the fork).
1/1"8 Threaded VP headset.
3-screw collar clamp. Inner dimensions: Ø31.8 mm.
100 mm diameter rubber, nylon core, PU 88A wheels mounted on ABEC-5 608ZZ bearings.
Why are there different wheel sizes?
100, 110 or 120 mm? The bigger the wheel's diameter, the more stability the rider will have, which helps them go faster... The downside is the weight.
A bigger wheel will be heavier and harder to manoeuvre when doing tricks. The wheel size should therefore be chosen based on your aims.
The scooter complies with EN 14619.
What does the standard cover?
The EN 14619 standard defines the safety requirements and test methods for roller sports equipment.
Tips for storage and maintenance
Store in a dry, dark place.
Restrictions on use
Maximum load: 100 kg.
TESTS AND WARRANTY
This scooter is in compliance with the European Standard for sport scooters EN14619.
Freestyle is extreme. Components wear out and must be checked and changed regularly.