Best Pro Scooters: Hit the Skatepark and Do Some Tricks
Zip around the skatepark with these quick and fun pro scooters
Features large and sturdy alloy wheels, nylon brakes, and a tough aluminum deck. It’s built for beginners and intermediate riders ages eight and up but is perfect for adults too.
Developed with powerful bearings to handle any trick, it includes bright decals and colors, and the ride is quiet. Plus, it’s lightweight and can handle a rider weighing up to 220 pounds.
The grips may tear or crumble with time, but new ones aren’t that expensive. Folding it may be a hassle.
A lightweight scooter for new riders and those who have been riding a while. Built for ages seven and up. The frame is made out of strong steel with nylon and alloy brakes, and it has solid polycarbonate core wheels.
The scooter includes strong and durable grips for improved comfort and a firm grasp, plus it comes in a wide selection of colors and can carry up to 220 pounds.
Assembling it can be difficult and time-consuming. The deck is a little shorter in length and width when compared to other scooters.
The frame is developed out of hi-tensile steel, and it features robust alloy aluminum wheels. It features fully upgradeable 22.8-inch tall, 22.8-inch wide T-style bars to handle growing riders.
Includes a wide 4.5-inch and long 19.5-inch concave deck for more support and control, and it rides quietly and smoothly. Plus, it only weighs 7.5 pounds, making it easy to carry around and pick up.
The color is bland and not very exciting or stimulating, and the handlebars may not be tall enough for some riders.