Since 2007, Skates.co.uk have been providing the best range of stunt scooters in the market. With many top brands to choose from, including Blunt, Madd Gear (MGP), Slamm, Grit, Crisp, District and Razor, you need look no further. We have everything to suit your scootering needs, with skate park ready scooters designed with tricks and stunts in mind. We even stock a great range of scooter parts to make your ride stand out. With Next Working Day Delivery to mainland UK available for most products, place your order now.
What is a Stunt Scooter?
A stunt scooter is designed specifically to withstand a lot of punishment. You can do jumps, tricks and stunts on it and use it down a skate park. Generally the manufacturer will not replace entire scooters that become faulty or damaged, but will cover replacement parts. Extreme scooters generally don’t feature a folding mechanism or adjustable handlebar height (as seen on some models for young kids) as it weakens the strength of the scooter. Instead, they generally have a one piece handlebar which is much stronger. They usually need to be assembled by placing the handlebars onto the stem of the fork and tightening the clamp which holds both parts together. They are often also heavier than a folding scooter. Parts are generally reinforced for strength.
You can upgrade most of the parts, but customers should check that parts will fit before purchasing.
Extreme scooters also tend to be more expensive. Prices can vary from £65 - £250+.
Which one is right for me?
There are a wide range of stunt scooters available, here are some important things to keep in mind when choosing yours.
Ability and Age
Most extreme scooters are designed for any ability level and suitable for ages 7 years and above.
Our standard retailer warranty lasts for 3 months. Once a scooter is used, we will only replace faulty parts (not the whole unit). This is because it's nearly impossible to ascertain how hard a scooter has been ridden (even in a short amount of time), so it's not seen as appropriate to completely refund or exchange the whole product.
Neither the retailer or manufacturer will cover general wear and tear (for example, replacing worn wheels). A manufacturer will very rarely refund an item unless it’s out of stock.
For further information please see individual product pages or our FAQ section.
Does my son / daughter really need an extreme scooter?
It depends, what are they planning on doing with it? If they want to use it for tricks or down a skatepark we’d absolutely recommend getting an extreme scooter as they’re much stronger and more durable than recreational scooters.
What are the differences between cheaper and more expensive models?
Higher-end models tend to be much stronger. They’re forged with stronger metals which tend to also be lighter. Wheels tend to have a metal core, and most top-end scooters will come with a compression system to ensure a smooth ride.
I need some assistance fitting a new / replacement part.
Not a problem! We’d recommend having a look at our Youtube account - www.youtube.com/skatescouk - as we’ve got loads of instructional videos which should solve your problem.
What about weight limits?
Most scooters will have a 100kg limit however scooters designed for younger riders will have a lower limit. The product description will give exact information on the product and it’s limits, target age group etc