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With more than 80 freestyle trotting models , the Nomadeshop scooter store has something for everyone, from tastes and budgets: from cheap freestyle scooters for beginners to freestyle scooters for experienced riders. It is at Nomadeshop that you will find your happiness. Join our community of urban snow sports enthusiasts!
Rather skatepark or street?
For those who love the Park, a light and responsive scooter is more advisable. So we will focus on the parts
lighter aluminum composite for maximum efficiency on ramps, boxes and copings (the ramp ledge). On the other hand, for a practice in street, we advise rather to move towards stable and very robust scooters with heavier but more solid pieces such as a steel handlebars. With this type of freestyle trot you will have a perfect feeling of riding on urban elements.
Whatever your type of ride, remember that there is not a type of freestyle trot for a particular ride and it is only technical advice to guide you. You can ride a very big and heavy pro freestyle scooter in a bowl (bowl dug in the ground) because you are looking for stability in the air and on the copings more than liveliness through the combo. For example, even if you plan to do Park but being a beginner, think about taking a scooter pro very solid with a steel handlebar
as for the street, because the time you learn to do your tricks!
Aluminum or steel handlebars?
For thin, light and medium-sized riders, the best choice is an aluminum handlebar
for skatepark practice. Lighter but less solid than a steel handlebar, it will be perfect for this type of rider. On the other hand, the rather sturdy riders should opt for heavier and more resistant steel handlebars to avoid breakage.
What size of handlebars?
Ideally, the handlebar should be long enough and be between the navel and the crotch.