This is the scooter used in aggressive off-road technical descents during warm weather months at ski resorts including Smuggler's Notch in Vermont and Breckenridge in Colorado.
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This is the scooter used in aggressive off-road technical descents during warm weather months at ski resorts including Smuggler's Notch in Vermont and Breckenridge in Colorado. This vehicle's construction combines the rugged all-terrain durability of a mountain bike with the weight-shifting maneuverability of skateboards and snowboards, resulting in a low center of gravity for stable sport riding. Its long wheelbase and wide deck provide confident control and a steady platform that is easy to mount and dismount, does not require foot-immobilizing bindings, and can be kick-propelled like other scooters. The scooter uses sturdy 20" BMX wheels for superior traction, mountain bike shock absorbers to reduce jarring, front and rear linear-pull brakes for rapid shudder-free stops, sealed cassette bearing hubs for a smooth ride, and double walled rims on Kenda tires. The suspension fork is a Grind 320, and the oversized skateboard platform supports up to 350 lbs. The scooter's brushed finish frame is made out of sturdy aluminum and is equipped with dual-position rear drop-outs that can accommodate 16" wheels (not included) for younger riders. A skid/trick plate on the bottom of the footboard allows the scooter to glide effortlessly over the harshest terrain, including rocks and logs. Ages 16 and up. 51" L x 46" H. (34 lbs.)