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Top 5 Best Trick Scooters 2024

With so many great freestyle scooters available, it can be tough to decide which one is right for you. These are our top picks for the 2024 season:

Envy Prodigy X

 The Prodigy X is the latest offering from rider favourite brand Envy Scooters. This year's design offers some major improvements over previous generations. This scooter features an all new deck design with Extech extrusion technology. This means that the deck is thinner, stronger, and lighter than previous versions. The re-designed head tube looks amazing too!

Ethic Pandora

The Ethic Pandora is one of the most innovative scooters that we have seen! It features a hybrid design that is just as capable in the park as it is in the streets. The lightweight Pandora deck has responsive geometry and boxed ends. It is equipped with larger 12STD bearings that are guaranteed to roll more smoothly, and last longer than standard 8mm 608-RS bearings.

Madd Gear Kick Extreme

The Madd Gear Kick Extreme is still the undisputed champ when it comes to entry level scooters for riders aged 8-12. It has a very stable 4.5" wide deck, and a very responsive aluminum fork, which is usually only found on more expensive scooters. The value of the Kick Extreme can't be beat!

North Tomahawk G2

The North Tomahawk G2 is an uncompromising street build that's designed to withstand heavy duty riding. It is equipped with SCS compression, making the front end stiff, responsive, and durable. The 26.5" tall bars are well suited to your favourite street tricks, and it has 115mm x 30mm wheels for extra grip. It's also the perfect size for teens and adults.

Root Industries Type R Mini

For riders that want to get a head start on the game, the Root Industries Type R Mini is the perfect choice. It is spec'd out like it's larger pro scooter counterparts, but sized for riders aged 4-6. With its durable chromoly steel handlebars, lightweight aluminum fork, and smooth rolling 110x24mm wheels, you will be shredding the skatepark in no time!

If you still need some advice to select the perfect freestyle scooter, please drop by our store, or drop us a line and we will be more than happy to help!

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