Compare Scooter Forks online and save when you buy. Here you’ll find a great selection of forks in a wide variety of designs and colours to help you stand out from the crowd. What’s more we’ve done the legwork for you and you can compare side by side which one best suits your needs.
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Forks work in conjunction with your front wheel, headset, bar and compression system. So before you scoot off and buy a set that looks wicked, be sure to check that it’s compatible with the parts you have. If not you’ll need to buy a few parts all at once.
Wheel Sizes and Pro Scooter Forks
Just about all forks will fit 100mm wheels, unless the specs say otherwise. As you go into bigger wheels sizes this changes. If you’re looking at running 110mm, 120mm or bigger, you’ll need to check that the forks will accommodate them. Be sure to read the details of the ones you are considering carefully. 110mm are common these days, so there’s a high chance if you have a recent complete or custom you’ll be ok to run them – but check first.
Types of Forks and Compression Systems
Pro Scooters use a few different compression systems. The type of forks you run will determine the compression system you can use. And hence the type of bars you can run. You’ll commonly see the letters IHC, SCS, and HIC. These are all types of compression.
As a basic overview, IHC is the one you’ll find comes standard with most off the shelf completes. It is the lightest system and the compression is built into the fork.
With SCS & HiC the compression is separate from the fork. To run HIC you’ll need an HIC kit, and with SCS the compression integrates into the clamp. Forks that are compatible with SCS are also compatible with HIC, and you choose the extras for your compression from there.
SCS is common place with street riders and those who go hard. It is the heaviest of the systems but it’s also the strongest.