At our Paris-Bastille Nomadeshop store and on our website, you'll find loads of different types of scooters. Although all scooters feature bars, a deck and two or three (for younger riders, but more recently for adults, too) wheels, the materials will differ depending on intended use, and this will also impact on price. We talk you through the differences between all these different scooter types.
stunt scooters are perfect for adrenaline junkies. This type of scootering is practised in skateparks or city streets and lets you play around with breathtaking tricks. stunt scootering has become a popular, classic urban action sport. Launched just a handful of years ago, the stunt scooter trend has exploded onto the scene, and has proved incredibly successful.
Adult scooters, also known as urban scooters or recreational scooters, are often used for getting around town. Adults scooters are highly popular for getting to work and commuting, leading to less tiring and more stimulating everyday trips.
3-wheel kids' scooters are also often called junior scooters. Kids 3-wheel scooters are especially designed for little ones. Their user-friendly tweaks make them the most stable design available on the market. Junior scooters have proven to be a huge success among the children who use them, and the adults who buy them.
Electric scooters are now trending as a new way of getting around. Now that roads are busier than ever, electric scooters are providing viable solutions. Easy to transportand get around, use your scooter to travel to your workplace and skipping crowded public transport. Electric scooters can reach speeds of up to 35Km/h and can travel as far as 30 Km, making them a fun way of getting around and enjoying your free time, and the fastest and greenest way of covering short distances.