10 Best Trick Scooters & Pro Stunt Scooter Reviews 2019 for all Ages

Nowadays, scooting is not only fun or commuting vehicle for kids, but it has also become the most adventurous and enjoyable sports as well.

Even adults also like to ride or perform stunts with scooters.

But while buying a trick scooter you need to be careful about some important things as it is going to be used to do stunts.

You must choose a strong and safe scooter which can absorb the jump and roughness of stunts. It should be easy to operate and customizable according to your use.

In short, you need to select the best stunt scooter for you or your kid.

If you’re buying this for the first time, you may get confused about choosing the right one as it is related to the safety issue.

But don’t worry!

In this buying guide, I’ve included all the information you should know about it. So you’ll be able to buy the perfect scooter for beginners or pro stunt rider.

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Phoenix Pilot Pro Scooter (Black/Black)
Lucky TFOX Sig Pro Complete Freestyle Scooter
Razor E300 Rechargeable Electric 24 Volt Motorized Ride On Kids Scooter, Red
Madd Gear VX7 Mini Pro Scooter, Black
Fuzion Z300 Pro Scooter Complete (Fury)
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Phoenix Pilot Pro Scooter (Black/Black)
Lucky TFOX Sig Pro Complete Freestyle Scooter
Razor E300 Rechargeable Electric 24 Volt Motorized Ride On Kids Scooter, Red
Madd Gear VX7 Mini Pro Scooter, Black
Fuzion Z300 Pro Scooter Complete (Fury)
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Top 10 Trick & Pro Stunt Scooters Reviews

1. Phoenix Pilot Pro Scooter - Big Budget Scooter

Phoenix Pilot Pro Scooter

Features

  • Maximum weight capacity: 200 pounds;
  • Colour: blue, green, red and black;
  • Bars length: 22 inches;
  • Deck dimension: 4.5" W x 19.5";
  • Wheel size: 110 mm;
  • Scooter weight: 8.82 pounds.

Review

Let your child live the dream with phoenix pro scooters. For children who love sports and dream to be an athlete in future, this scooter can help them to master their skills and nurture their passions.

Its 22 inches hi-tensile T bars are long enough to kids and teens up to 5.5 ft tall. So that the kids can grow their skills on it, as they grow up. The deck is also longer than other scooters so that they can easily master tail whip and other tricks in the skatepark. This scooter takes wheels of 110 mm size, but the included wheels are so durable, you may never need a replacement resulting from abuse.

The ‘Pilot’ series from Phoenix is for beginners and intermediate level scooting. As your child learn the tricks perfectly, you can switch to ‘session’ and ‘sequel’ series. These are the scooters that are used by the professionals.

For the quality, the price is reasonable. Order it, receive it, tighten some bolts and ride it...it is that simple. You don’t have to face any hassle regarding assembly. The scooter is durable yet surprisingly lightweight, just the right characteristics your kids need for a trick scooter

Things We Liked

  • Lightweight;
  • Highly durable;
  • Withstands a lot of abuse.
  • Easy assembly.

Things We Didn't Like

  • Non-adjustable T bars.

2. Lucky Pro Complete Freestyle Scooter (Modle No TFOX Sig) - Big Budget Scooter

TFOX Sig Pro Complete Freestyle Scooter

Features

  • Height requirement: 4 ft and up;
  • Colour: green/black;
  • Bars length: 23 inches;
  • Deck dimension: 4.25" W x 19.5" L;
  • Wheel size: 110 mm;
  • Scooter weight: 7.9 pounds (3.76 kg).

Review

Legendary stunt Tanner Fox has brought this scooter in collaboration with Lucky. His years of experience and understanding of tricks and stunts is reflected in this scooter. If a ‘trick scooter’ is exactly what you are looking for, then this one may be the right thing for you.

This scooter is one of the lightest in our list. With its three and a half kg weight, the rider will literally be flying in the skate park. If your child is above 4 ft tall, then you can invest in this ride, it can be used even the kid grows one and a half ft taller.

There is no other color option available of this range. The green and black contrast are somewhat monotonous. But if you consider the scratches the scooter is going to face, then bringing home a dull looking scooter is a smarter act. Tears appear more prominently on vibrant colors. The price of this scooter is slightly higher than the Phoenix one, but the warranty is offered truly worths it.

Things We Liked

  • Comes with a warranty;
  • Ultralight;
  • Headset included;
  • Suitable for stunt and tricks;
  • Long-lasting. 

Things We Didn't Like

  • Replacing the rear wheel is bothersome. 
  • Looks monotonous.

3. District Pro Scooter (Model no C050) - Big Budget Scooter

District C050 Pro Scooter

Features

  • Maximum weight capacity: 200 pounds;
  • Colour: green, black, red;
  • Bars length: 22 inches;
  • Wheel size: 110 mm;
  • Deck dimension: 4.5" W x 19.6" L;
  • Scooter weight: 6.7 pounds. 

Review

Where other competitors put their effort on wheels and brake only while designing pro scooters, District was thoughtful about every tiny detail of their scooters. C050 scooter is made from European aluminum to make it feather light. Besides, the T bar is given a hexagonal profile for added durability.

It takes 110mm wheels and eagle wheels are incorporated in this scooter. It comes almost assembled, just needs to tighten some screw and its ready for a ride. For beginner or intermediate level riders, this scooter from District is absolutely perfect to purchase.

It is pricey, just as much as a high-end scooter should be. Considering the quality and detailing, it is totally worth it.

Things We Liked

  • Smooth and rattle free;
  • Durable parts;
  • Very light.

Things We Didn't Like

  • No cons.  

4. Razor Motorized Ride On Kids Scooter (Model No E300) - Big Budget Scooter

Rechargeable Motorized Ride On Kids Scooter

Features

  • Maximum weight capacity: 220 pounds;
  • Colour: blue;
  • Mileage: 15 mph;
  • Type: Motorized;
  • Power: battery;
  • Wheel size: 10 inches wide;
  • Includes scooter, battery, and charger.  

Review

For people who are not afraid of doing stunts on a motorized scooter, this one is just for them. It’s the only electric scooter in our list and it is not perfectly suitable for stunt and tricks, but it is great for commuting. It is the most expensive one in our list as well because the price includes the cost of battery and charger.

With this scooter, you don’t have to push and kick it around and stress on that. Just charge the battery overnight and the scooter is all packed up for a long ride in the morning. Its wheels are very wide so that you don’t have to deal with crack and pebbles on the sidewalk. It ensures easy and smooth ride as you go.

You can control its speed by twisting the grip and brake by another hand-operated rear- brake. The only bothering matter is, the battery has a very long charging time. A lithium battery would be much more time-saving.

Things We Liked

  • Doesn’t require kicking;
  • Stress-free riding;
  • Variable speed control and brake. 

Things We Didn't Like

  • Heavy;
  • Long charging time. 

5. Madd Gear Mini Pro (Model Number VX7) - Mid Range Scooter

Madd Gear Mini Pro Scooter

Features

  • Maximum weight capacity: 220 pounds;
  • Colour: green/black, black, red/black;
  • Bars length: 18 inches;
  • Wheel size: 100 mm;
  • Deck dimension: 4" W x 17" L;
  • Scooter weight: 7.8 pounds.

Review

In the expensive stunt scooters, aircraft grade aluminum is used for making the major features. In this scooter from Madd Gear, chrome alloy has been used instead of aluminum to make the scooters as durable as the high-end ones but more affordable. Now you can chase your dreams even if you are on a budget.

This mini pro model is just a miniature of VX7 pro scooter of the same manufacturer. It is meant for kids and teens only. Hence the bar and deck may seem rather smaller to some, but that’s totally okay if you are purchasing one for kids exclusively.

Considering its size and material, it is a little heavier, because of chrome alloy, but easy to manage. Besides, its higher weight capacity is proof of its sturdiness. So, stop looking far if you are on a budget, it has all the things to satisfy you and your kids.

Things We Liked

  • Affordable;
  • High weight capacity;
  • Sturdy construction.

Things We Didn't Like

  • Suitable for smaller kids and teens.

6. Fuzion Pro Scooter Complete Trick Scooter - for Boys and Girls (Model No Z300) - Mid-range Scooter

Fuzion Z300 Pro Scooter Complete (Fury)

Features

  • Maximum weight capacity: 220 pounds;
  • Colour: teal, sky blue, pink, red, yellow;
  • Bars width: 23 inches;
  • Wheel size: 110 mm;
  • Deck dimension: 4.5" W x 19.5" L;
  • Scooter weight: 8 pounds. 

Review

Looking for a stunt scooter for your daughter who has a color preference? You can peek on the color range of Fuizon Z300 scooters because only this brand on our list has a pro scooter with color!! With this, you can satisfy her need of a stunt scooter just like she wants. The other colors are striking as well.

In terms of quality, the scooters are well made. These are meant for kids aged 8 and above, and considering the age limit, the deck size and bar length will be suitable in their teens also. The scooters come with a sleek and elegant design. By the look of the scooters, no one can guess that these are almost half the price of expensive scooters.

It weighs a half pound heavier than expensive ones, but with Fuzion, your purchase will be totally risk-free. All the scooters come with a long warranty and money back guarantee. So, in case of any defect and dissatisfaction, you can always contact the seller

Things We Liked

  • Backed by a warranty;
  • Sleek and elegant style;
  • Easy assembly;
  • Suitable for beginners. 

Things We Didn't Like

  • No cons.
Royal Guard II Freestyle Stunt Scooter

Features

  • Height requirement: 4.5 ft and up;
  • Colour: grey/black, blue/black, red/black;
  • Bars length: 29 inches;
  • Wheel size: 100 mm;
  • Scooter weight: 7.9 pounds (3.76 kg).

Review

If the above scooters are out of your budget, then have a look at this affordable scooter for Royal Scooters. It’s okay if you don’t want to break the bank for a scooter for a beginner kid. Learning tricks and stunts don’t need to be expensive. A durable scooter is enough to master the tricks for a beginner, save your money for the expensive ones when the kid becomes a master.

The best thing about this scooter is, it is also lightweight and durable just like the top two scooters. You just have to deal with the small and noisy wheels. You can always replace the wheels with better ones to get rid of it. Its longer T bars means it is suitable for even taller people. I recommend this one for adults as well considering the extra length of the T bars.

The color range is vibrant enough to take the rider’s breath away if it is their very first scooter. The price is really cheap, but this scooter is not cheaply made. It is not sleek like the high-end ones.

Things We Liked

  • Lightweight;
  • Budget-friendly;
  • Longer T bars. 

Things We Didn't Like

  • Noisy;
  • Smaller wheels. 

8. Vokul Pro Stunt Scooter (Model No S1) (Low Budget Scooter)

Vokul Pro Stunt Scooter

Features

  • Maximum weight capacity: 200 pounds;
  • Colour: green, black, red;
  • Bars length: 23.2 inches;
  • Wheel size: 100 mm;
  • Deck dimension: 4.1" W x 20" L;
  • Scooter weight: 8 pounds. 

Review

It’s hard to find anyone who has an interest in scooting but doesn’t know the brand Vokul. This leading brand has gained popularity due to their quality scooters available at amazingly affordable price.

The larger deck of this scooter may responsible for slightly heavier weight, but it makes scooting comfortable in the street as well as in the skate park. The best thing about this scooter is about its packaging. If you are purchasing one for Christmas or birthday of your loved ones, then the gift packaging will save you from wrapping this scooter. The scooter itself is strong, smooth and fast.

The warranty and replacement offer you get with your purchase are beyond compare. Besides, the customer service is also mind-blowing if you want to consult about anything. The price is like a peanut considering the service and the quality of the product you are receiving from Vokul.

Things We Liked

  • Cheap price;
  • Large deck;
  • Comes with a warranty;
  • Excellent customer service;
  • Easy assembly. 

Things We Didn't Like

  • No cons.
Aluminum Performance Freestyle Stunt Scooter

Features

  • Maximum weight capacity: 300 pounds;
  • Colour: gold, black;
  • Bars width: 23 inches;
  • Wheel size: 110 mm;
  • Deck dimension: 4.3" W x 20" L;
  • Scooter weight: 8.6 pounds. 

Review

Most of the scooters we have reviewed in this list are suitable for kids and early teens only. For adults and older teens, Outon has launched this scooter with much higher weight capacity. Besides, the deck is made longer to provide enough room for bid foot people. Bars are also impressively wider for a comfortable grip.

This scooter runs smooth; noise and rattle free even in the skate park. For assembly, you just need to tighten four bolts to the deck and that’s all. It is slightly heavier than other scooters we have reviewed, but as it is meant for older and bigger people, the weight is negligible.

It's astonishing how this manufacturer is able to provide such a pro quality and durable scooter at a cheap price. The price is not the lowest, but it is still affordable if you truly need a professional scooter.

Things We Liked

  • Suitable for bigger people;
  • Sturdy;
  • Easy assembly;
  • Affordable. 

Things We Didn't Like

  • A little heavier.

10. Tricks Pro Stunt Scooter (Model No S2) Low Budget Scooter

Tricks Pro Stunt Scooter

Features

  • Age limit: 7-14 years;
  • Maximum weight capacity: 140 pounds;
  • Colour: black, black/white, black/white/orange;
  • Bars width: 23.8 inches;
  • Wheel size: 110 mm;
  • Deck dimension: 3.9" W x 18.7" L;
  • Scooter weight: N/A. 

Review

Your kids will not have any issue doing tail tap, tail whip or bar spin when they are riding this stunt scooter from Vokul. Even children under 6 years old can ride on this effortlessly. This leading brand has incorporated their iconic details from professional trick scooters in this scooter so that even kids can experience the same feel as adults do on high-end scooters. 

To make the tricks much easier, the bar has been made with extra care. Instead of aluminum, high carbon steel has been used and smoothed out perfectly to minimize the risk of possible injury. The handlebar, grip, and brake are made reliable as well.

The price is really cheap for this scooter. The only thing I want to mention is, its weight limit and narrow deck may make this scooter suitable for younger kids with thin body shapes.

Things We Liked

  • Amazing customer service;
  • Comes with replacement offer of different parts;
  • Economical price. 

Things We Didn't Like

  • Small deck.

Buying Guide:

If you’re going to buy a trick scooter for your kid, you need to consider some important features before buying. Because pro stunt scooters are a little bit different than regular scooters. So checking some specific features will help you to get a perfect stunt scooter for your child.

1. Deck:

Choose the deck of the scooter according to the age of the rider, comfort level and the duration of use. Compact decks will give the rider control during performing stunts. But wide decks can give you comfort while using it for a long time.

2. Handlebar:

Check the height of the handlebar, the standard size of the handlebar is equal to the riders waistline. This helps your kid to have better control & comfort while riding or performing some trick.

3. Wheels:

The wheels of a trick scooter is the part that goes under most torments. So before buying a trick scooter, you should choose the most durable, sturdy and tough wheels. The toughness of scooter wheels is measured by a durometer. Durometer range from 80A- 88A is appropriate.

4. Grip Tape:

Before buying a stunt scooter you must check that the deck has grip tape to increase the traction on the scooter’s deck. Because sometime the deck may become slippery which increase the risk of an accident. But if your scooter deck comes with grip tape, you can perform easily.

5. Brakes:

Usually scooters are available with two types of brakes- flex fender and spring brake. If you’re buying a scooter for children or a beginner rider, spring brake will be the most suitable one. But for a serious trick or stunt performer, you should pick the one with flex fender. This type of scooters are perfect for tricks and will last for a long time.

6. Weight:

When you’re buying a trick scooter, the weight is the crucial feature you must look for. A stunt scooter needs to be heavier than a regular scooter. Because a pro stunt scooter goes through rough use. So it would be better if you get a sturdy, heavy trick scooter for performing tricks safely.

7. Customization:

The scooter you’re buying for performing stunt must be customizable. Because as you come to learn new tricks, you need to replace or customize different parts of the scooter, like brakes, wheels, grip tape, clamps, bearings etc.

8. Compression System:

Check the compression system of the scooter before purchasing and get the one that can be adjusted according to the rider’s need and comfort.

9. Bearings:

Though bearings are the common parts of any type of scooter but neither manufacturer nor you pay much attention to the bearing of a normal or regular scooter. When you’re planning for a pro stunt scooter, must check the bearings.

Because bearings help to reduce the rotational friction and ensure a pleasant rotation of wheels. So check the rating of the bearings of the scooter and choose the one with highest ratings.

Maintenance of Your Stunt Scooter:

Regular and proper maintenance of stunt scooter can ensure the lifetime and performance of it. So check and take proper care of the scooter on regular basis. For maintenance, you can follow the mentioned steps-

  • After every use, make sure to check the ball and bearings and grease them if needed. Also, check the wheels, handlebar, footplate, brakes, clamps and fast release system.
  • Repair or replace the wheel, handlebar, bearings whenever needed.
  • Wash the scooter regularly to avoid any gunk.

Tricks for Beginners:

Now I’ll tell you about some tricks that you can perform with your stunt scooter. If you are a beginner and looking for some tricks to so, this can help. But remember, you can’t know everything about by reading about these trick, to be perfect on tricks you need to watch videos and practice more with your group.

1. Ollie:

To do this trick first put your feet firmly on scooter’s deck then drag the handlebar up followed by your feet, finally get your feet up to the chest and land them easily.

2. Bunny Hop:

To do this, slowly roll in on the scooter, then bend your knees, now jump and pull the scooter deck up with you. While landing, bend your knees and roll again.

3. Manual:

For manual, you need to stand put your weight at the back of the deck. Then raise the front wheel of the scooter up by pulling up the handlebar.

4. 180:

For performing this trick you need to be master on ollie. And when you are a master at Ollie do a high ollie then swing both your body and scooter to 180 degrees.

5. 360:

This trick is just like 180 but you need to rotate fully for this. This needs a lot of practice than Ollie and 180 and it's a little bit dangerous. So you need to be very careful and practice well before doing this.

6. Nollie:

It is also like Ollie but it needs some extra efforts or skill. You need to push the handles down when you jump so that the back wheels of the scooter gets higher than the front.

7. Tail Whip:

Tailwhip depends on your arm movement and fancy footwork. Kick the deck when you’re at the middle of the jump to move it around then land on the deck.

8. No Footer:

Jump off the deck and take both your feet off the deck, then stretch out your legs.

Regular Scooters vs. Trick Scooters:

There are few differences between regular scooters and trick scooters, such as-

Kick scooters are for fun riding and great commuting vehicle. Generally, these scooters are made with aluminum, they are lightweight and come with a bigger deck. Regular kick scooters have adjustable handlebar and their wheels are also big.

But a trick scooter is made for performing tricks with it. They are made tough to tolerate the roughness of tricks and stunts. They are made with steel and come with smaller decks. The handlebar of trick scooters are fixed and so are the wheels.

Conclusion:

A good quality stunt scooter can be a great gift for any adventurous person, specially for teens.

But when buying a stunt scooter your first consideration should be safety. So if you’re buying this for yourself or the younger member of your family check safety features of it. And always wear safety gears while riding on it.

And most importantly, take proper maintenance of your scooter after every ride to keep it in good health. This also lessens the risk of accident and injuries while riding.

Hope now you’re well aware of all important information of trick or pro stunt scooter. So choose the one that suits you best and enjoy.

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