Extra Info and Components
We designed both our deck blocks and bar ends out of hard density Nylon to protect both your bars and deck from impacts. While they wont stop everything, they go a long way in keeping your scooter ridable for longer.
Our strongest fork is our Forged Head Aluminium Fork which allows users to ride with more confidence when performing tricks, knowing that their forks can undergo higher levels of stress before buckling.
This fork is stronger and better suited to withstanding the wear and tear associated with tricks at an intermediate level than a punched fork. It has a clean aesthetic and great strength to weight ratio.
With a heal made from a single piece of folded steel. These forks are great for general riding and people still finding their feet in the sport. It's not made for extreme riding, but will support you while you find your feet.
When designing each of our forks, we go through an extensive research and development phase. In the design journey, one of the most important factors is finding the perfect offset for the forks. Basically, this is how far out the centre of the wheel is from the centre line of the fork. The larger the offset, the more ‘twitchy’ the scooter will feel. To achieve this, we were able to create several 3D prints using our printer here in the office. Once we were happy with these, we then had our 3D designs CNC’d so we were able to test them on a real scooter and make any adjustments needed. From this point, we were able to look at what aesthetic refinements we could make, while still being within manufacturing limitations. This allows us to bring the customer the best performance and aesthetics, without compromising on price.
What is Ride Height?
Ride height is the distance between the top of the deck and the top of the handlebars.
Which scooter is best for you?
Measure how tall you are from the bottom of your foot, to where your hands would be comfortable while riding.
We have the ride height listed for each scooter so you can check if it would be too small or too tall.
What does it do?
The integrated headset allows the fork to spin inside the headtube of your scooter.
How does it do this?
The headset has bearings located within two cups which allow it to spin, and use a compression bolt to hold it all together.
What in a non-integrated headset?
A non-integrated headset does the same job, but instead has an extra set of cups that need to be pressed in to the scooter.
What to do if your headset is loose?
Your compression bolt may have come loose. You should tighten the bolt at the top of the headset and make sure you no longer feel play between the bars and wheel.