October 13, 2014
The sport of freestyle scooter riding has taken off in the last decade, and with that, kids around the world have been looking to join in on this new, hot commodity. However, before you just jump into buying a pro scooter, you may want to do your homework first! This buying guide will break down the individual components of a scooter and explain their functionality, in order to help you make the right decision when buying your first scooter!
Pro Scooter Parts
There are 8 main components that make up a pro scooter, all of which will contribute to the overall look, feel, and performance of your personal scooter.
This break down of all of the separate components of a scooter will hopefully help you on your quest to purchasing your first pro scooter. One thing that is important to keep in mind when purchasing scooter parts, is that, although everything may seem costly at first, the cost of continuously replacing cheaper parts will eventually add up. That is why investing in a high end, pro scooter from the beginning, is more cost efficient. If you have purchased a pro scooter or individual pro scooter parts in the past than hopefully this guide can assist you in finding higher quality, longer lasting scooter parts this time around. If this is your first time buying scooter parts and the process seems overwhelming, you might want to consider purchasing a complete pro scooter. They come equipped with all of the necessary components, pre-assembled, so you don’t have to tamper with building your scooter. However, if you are looking to customize your scooter to your own specifications, than purchasing individual parts and assembling them yourself is the way to go.
Written By: Blake Bailor