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COVID-19 (coronavirus) statement

With significant measures being taken across the country to combat the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), I want to reassure you that Grit remains fully operational across Australia during government restrictions on non-essential activity.

We are committed to supporting you during the challenging conditions facing us all and thank you in turn for your support as we work together to ensure our people and customers continue to stay safe and healthy

We ask that you bear with us and our respective transport services to get your orders delivered as promptly as possible.

GRIT PRO SCOOTERS EST.2009

 

Grit Pro Scooters is at the forefront of the extreme scooter riding scene in Australia, quickly becoming one of the fastest growing scooter brands in the world.

Designed and owned in Australia

 

MORE ABOUT GRIT SCOOTERS

GRIT SCOOTERS RANGE

2020 SCOOTER RANGE

How do I choose the right scooter?

 

As a general rule of thumb scooter bars should sit around hip to waist height when standing on the deck. If bars are too far above the waist then the rider will have more difficulty in controlling the scooter and risk hitting their face on the cross bar. If the bars are too low then it could be uncomfortable to ride. The range is all up to personal preference of riding style. Those who like to do a lot of whips and park tricks tend to prefer lower heights. While in contrast the more street style riders prefer higher bars for comfort. The chart in the back of this catalogue gives the bar height measurements from the deck and also from the ground to help when choosing the right scooter. The other main factor in sizing a scooter is the deck size. The size will determine a lot of things for riding. The bigger the deck the more comfortable it will be for larger riders. The smaller the deck, the easier tricks will be and overall the scooter will be lighter.

 Scooter size chart