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Here is a scooter size guide to help you find the right size for your new stunt scooter:
|Height of person
|Recommended scooter height
|90 - 100 CM
|3 - 5 yr
|Under 70 CM
|110 - 130 CM
|5 - 7 yr
|60 - 75 CM
|130 - 140 CM
|7 - 9 yr
|65 - 79 CM
|140 - 150 CM
|9 - 11 yr
|70 - 80 CM
|150 - 160 CM
|11 - 13 yr
|75 - 87 CM
|+ 170 CM
|+ 15 yr
|+ 79 CM
Choosing the right size stunt scooter can be important for both safety and performance. Here are some factors to consider when choosing the right size scooter:
Rider's height: The rider's height is one of the most important factors to consider when choosing a scooter size. A scooter that is too big or too small can make it difficult for the rider to control and maneuver. As a general rule, the handlebars of the scooter should be at or slightly above the rider's waist when standing on the deck.
Rider's weight: The rider's weight should also be considered when choosing a scooter size. A scooter that is too light may not be able to support the rider's weight and can break easily.
Rider's skill level: The rider's skill level should also be taken into consideration when choosing a scooter size. A beginner rider may be more comfortable on a smaller scooter, while an experienced rider may prefer a larger scooter for more advanced tricks.
Deck size: The size of the deck is another important factor to consider. A larger deck will provide more stability and control, while a smaller deck will be more agile.
Bar size: The size of the handlebars should also be considered. A larger bar will provide more stability, while a smaller bar will be more agile.
Wheel size: The size of the wheels also affects the overall size of the scooter. Larger wheels will provide more speed and stability, while smaller wheels will be more agile.
Brand and Model: Some brands and models come in specific sizes, so it's worth taking a look at the size recommendations of the manufacturer.
Price: Price and size can also be related, since bigger scooters tend to be more expensive.
Remember that the size of a scooter can affect the rider's ability to perform tricks and stunts, so it's important to choose a size that is appropriate for the rider's skill level, height, and weight.