Updated June 20, 2019 by Joseph Perry

The 10 Best Pro Scooters

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Best High-End
Best Mid-Range
Best Inexpensive

This wiki has been updated 12 times since it was first published in August of 2018. You may think that most scooters are pretty much the same, but if you want to perform tricks and stunts, you need one of these pro or "freestyle" models. They're lightweight, making it easier to pull off jumps, and they're extremely durable, so they can stand up to a lot of abuse. We've included options in a variety of colors, from simple to flashy, so there's something for everyone. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best pro scooter on Amazon.

10. Vokul Stunt

9. Phoenix Sequel

8. Delta Mach One

7. Grit Fluxx Mini

6. Chilli Reaper Fire

5. Fuzion X-3

4. Madd Gear VX7

3. Envy Kos Series 6 Charge

2. Lucky Crew

1. Fuzion Z300

Editor's Notes

June 17, 2019:

Pro scooters differ from their basic counterparts in a few ways, the most important being durability. Designed for aggressive riding and tricks, they are built to stand up to extremely tough punishment. For example, they are not foldable and the handlebars are one, non-collapsible piece--that is, the height isn't adjustable. The last thing you want when landing a hard jump is for your handlebar to collapse because it can't withstand the force of the landing. Pro scooters also have wheels with a metal core, unlike the less-durable plastic core wheels of non-pro models.

Our selections were chosen with this key requirement of durability in mind. Most of them feature aircraft-grade aluminum decks and high-tensile steel components. We removed several items due to concerns about their availability and replaced them with high-quality models suitable for a range of rider sizes and riding styles. Added the Grit Fluxx Mini as an excellent choice for shorter riders who are upping their game. Included the Fuzion X-3 as a great budget choice for riders who are just graduating from standard scooters and gave the Envy Kos Series 6 Charge one of our top spots due to its high-end features that are sure to please advanced riders.

Joseph Perry
Last updated on June 20, 2019 by Joseph Perry

An avid reader and outdoors enthusiast, Joe earned his doctorate in literary studies before making the lateral leap from academia to technical writing. He now lives and works in the inter-mountain West where he creates technical and marketing content, including white papers, solution briefs, and courseware for some of the world’s largest information technology companies. With more than 14 years of experience in the field, he has learned more than he ever thought he would know about such enterprise IT topics as cloud computing, storage, databases, business software, and networking. When he’s not writing about business computing, he can be found outdoors, probably hiking with his family and dog.

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