Find the best complete scooters online at the BEST prices. How do we know? Because we compare, and now you can too. See all your favourite completes lined up side by side from Australian shops. With several offers there’s no need to visit multiple sites to compare. What’s more you can save big on some rides and put that extra cash towards some cool gear or custom parts.
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Aside from the cool price comparisons that help you find the best value offers online, you can also compare freestyle scooters. Discover which one weighs more, has a wider deck, more foot space, wheel size, and of course a better price. When it comes down to a choice between a few, comparing can help you get dialled in.
How to select the right size Complete Scooter?
It is important to find the right size complete scooter for you. Having that perfect setup when riding can make all the difference. But how do you find that perfect ride height?
For many experienced scooter riders, setup is a personal choice. Preferences range from low to high setups with everything in-between. This could be simply because of feel, or finding that a variation helps you land tricks easier.
For newer riders, the recommended ride height is in-between your hips and navel (belly button) when standing on the scooter.
When starting out or if you’re unsure, it’s always best to follow the guides. And the simple rule of thumb for Pro Scooters is a ride height between your hips and navel when standing on the deck.
We’ve made it easy for you to check out complete scooters that are at the right ride height. After you’ve measured yourself, use the filters to see only rides that suit.
Should I buy a Complete Scooter or build a Custom Scooter?
Do you know what you like? Have you tried your mates ride, other brands, anyone’s custom built scooter? Do you know why you want those custom parts, other than looking cool. And, how big is your wallet?..
If you’re an inexperienced rider, you should skip the customs until you get some time and skills behind you. First off, those custom parts can set you back a small fortune. I mean one deck can cost twice as much as a complete when things get serious. Sure you can go with a lot cheaper parts, but if the complete will serve your needs just as well, why bother? If you want to customise, maybe try some new grips, wheels, bearings or a new bar on your complete. Parts that can improve your ride and add some flair without breaking the bank. When you know how you ride you can start considering a full custom.
Advantages of Complete Scooters
- Low Cost
- Ready to ride (almost)
- Great for beginners
If on the other hand you have mad skills and keep breaking things aside from yourself, maybe it’s time to venture out and go a full custom ride. Sure it’s expensive, but if you want your ride to be epic and you have the skills and cash to own it, then go for it. Get a ride dialled in to your liking and you’ll be doing Bri Flips before Brekkie. But out of interest, why are you on this page? I mean there’s plenty of other sections with wicked parts for you to scope out.
What brands should I look at when buying a freestyle pro scooter?
Not all pro scooters are made equal, and with so many available it’s not easy to choose. There’s quite a few brands as well, and which ones people ride or like can be a personal preference. Do you go with the Envy brand which produces the ever popular Prodigy series? Or do you step away from what’s popular and go with the brand your favourite rider uses?