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RILLA PRO SCOOTERS & STUNT SCOOTER PARTS
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RILLA ‘COMMIT’ 2016 SERIES
ASSEMBLED IN ENGLAND
RILLA are leaders in premium, high quality Pro Scooters designed and assembled in the UK. Used by elite athletes across the UK worldwide and extensively tested to push the boundaries of Extreme Stunt Scootering – to new levels. Featuring an exceptional head tube design, this lightweight and super strong Stunt Scooter is pure awesomeness!
4 DIFFERENT COLOURS
RILLA ‘COMMIT’ WHEEL LINE UP
FLOW WITH FEWER PUSHES
RILLA STRENGTHENED FORKS
DESIGNED IN ENGLAND
RILLA have revolutionised the way freestyle scooters are ridden. Style and strength are essential when riding SMX and thats exactly what RILLA have done with the new COMMIT forks. RILLA have gone back to the drawing board and created a stunning fork that is not only durable, but is lighter than most forks out there.
SCOOTER BRAD VIDEO REVIEW
Youtube scooter star, Scooter Brad, recently reviewed the RILLA COMMIT Complete scooter on his channel and absolutely loved it. Click play below to watch the full review.
WHAT THE RIDERS SAY
Hands down the most solid deck I have ridden in a long time. The wheels are faster than Rivers!
Alex, Scooter Rider
I had the pleasure of riding a RILLA scooter before they were released and I’m blown away to be quite honest! It’s a solid set up and rides really nicely. RILLA is here to stay.
Josh, Scooter Rider
The new COMMIT complete is a little lighter than my previous scooter and boy did it help! I am able to hop higher and whip much quicker due to the lighter weight!
Reggie, Scooter Rider
RILLA Custom Pro Scooters
On the other hand, building your own custom scooter using pro scooter parts can be a very gratifying experience. After all, now you have something that is suited to you and you alone. For that reason, you don’t want scooter to look or feel like just any other you can buy complete on the market. So how can you customize your own pro scooter to make sure your scooter is uniquely yours? Here are a few ideas:
The griptape is what you put on the deck of your scooter to make it easier to grip when you tip or bank around turns. Custom Griptape is a great canvas to make your scooter unique and create statements. Tag it with your identity, support a brand or get creative! Find a griptape that suits you and makes waves.
Variety of Colour Choices
Many RILLA pro scooter parts are available in different colours. While selecting a colour is not the most important part of your scooter, you may have a colour scheme that you prefer. Take look at the available colours of the parts you are using to build your own scooter and create a cool colour scheme that works for you.
Building Your Own Stunt Scooter
One of the benefits of building your own scooter from specific pro scooter parts is that it can be exactly the height, width, and weight you want it to be. As you become older and more skilled, it’s time to upgrade to a professional or custom RILLA scooter to suit your ability.
You can choose replacement parts for your current scooter to upgrade it, or build a custom scooter from scratch.
If you don’t want to spend time repairing a scooter or having one made, a complete scooter may be a good investment. RILLA offers complete scooters as well as parts to fit your needs.
A folding scooter with adjustable handlebars is usually the first type of scooter kids own, and it’s easy for learning to ride and doing basic tricks. As kids get more experienced, they can move up to a sturdier scooter. You can build a custom scooter with pro scooter parts to fit the rider’s height, weight, personality and ability. RILLA Pro Scooters shop sells complete scooters geared to pro riders and separate parts for customization. RILLA Scooter parts are available in different colors to give riders a professional look all their own – one that other riders and spectators will identify with that particular competitor. You can choose replacement parts for your current scooter to upgrade it, or build a custom scooter from scratch. Although there are hundreds of different parts to choose from when building a custom scooter, you’ll need to be sure all the parts you buy are compatible. A rep from a pro scooter shop can help you find the right parts for your new custom scooter.
Pro scooter parts are available from custom shops for beginning and advanced rides. There are decks for integrated and conventional headsets, headset parts including bearers, spacers and compression rings and scooter wheels from 100mm to 125mm in diameter. Those are just a few examples of custom parts for pro scooters. You can find everything from wheel bearings and pegs to hardware and grips at RILLA.
Here at RILLA.COM, we are experts in designing and developing the best Pro Scooter for you. Our Stunt Scooters are built for all abilities of riders from beginners to our sponsored professionals.
Each of our Stunt Scooters is custom built in the UK to your chosen specification and is intensively tested ready for you shred!
RILLA pro scooters are built with super strong parts to hold up against immense pressure from constant tricks. RILLA have expertly designed each and every scooter to create the best experience possible. But we don’t just stop there. We collect our rider’s feedback to continuously tweak and adjust our bars, decks, wheels and design our scooters. We will never stop improving.
Freestyle Scooter History
Over the last few years, scooters have burst into the marketplace and have had a massive impact on stunt sports. In 1996 Micro introduced the first collapsible trick scooters which have been loved by youngsters, commuters and extreme stunt riders ever since. We are part of the movement to take the sport of Pro Scootering to new levels in 2016.
Everywhere you look youngster’s are performing tricks with trick Scooters, they are quickly overtaking BMX and skateboarding as the leader in extreme stunts. Stunt scooters combine a skateboard deck with handlebars making it easy to perform tailwhips, briflips, bar spins, flairs and many more tricks. RILLA Scooters have become so popular that the “scooterati” have their own lingo, according to Scooter Dad, just like skaters do.
Over the last few years, the number of scooter riders working on their flow and throwing sick boosts at skate parks has increased. Most skate parks were designed and built with inline skaters and skateboarders in mind, rather than pro scooters. True, a pro scooter is similar to a skateboard, and those who ride pro scooters can execute most of the same moves as skaters and even a few extras too. However, as the OC Register points out, scooter riding wasn’t much more than a developing sport until recently.
Starting out with proper equipment is the best advice for anyone interested in riding scoots. It is essential to have a well designed, strong and reliable pro scooter to perform steely tricks and dope flyouts, wherever your turf.
RILLA freestyle scooters have everything to suit your extreme sporting needs, with skate park ready scooters created with tricks and stunts in mind. We also provide a high quality variety of pro scooter parts to last, and ensure you stand out at the skatepark.
With Next Working Day Delivery to the UK offered for all of our trick scooter products, it’s never ever been easier to shop online for RILLA Scooters.
Exactly what are RILLA Stunt Scooters?
RILLA stunt scooters are specifically developed to withstand a large amount of pressure, hits and abuse.
If a component is faulty within the initial 3 months of purchase, RILLA will endeavour to replace the component. No scooter is covered under guarantee for use at a skate park, as the stress put on the product would be unlimited.
RILLA scooters have a one-piece handlebar, which is much stronger than the conventional fold-up handlebars.
All of our equipment provided for sports intended use should be put together by placing the handlebars onto the stem of the fork, and then tighten the clamp which holds both parts together.
Here at RILLA.com our parts are enhanced for toughness, with different types of metals tested and used to ensure a strong and lightweight scooter. In the current market, 4.5 kg is an average weight for a pro scooter, but RILLA Commit models are a very desirable 3.7 kg.
Our Custom Scooter Builder, is a convenient tool to see which premium components are compatible (and if they look good!). Building your own custom scooter using pro scooter parts will create a perfect scooter for you, which won’t look or feel like any other scooter.
Freestyle scooters are often much more costly compared to a basic travel scooter. Prices can differ from ₤ 65 – ₤ 250+, but it’s not cash for nothing. You’re spending for a scooter that’s even more durable compared to the norm and all set for a battering!
Which RILLA Scooter is best for me?
Here at RILLA, we have a range of Stunt Scooters to choose from. Here are some important factors to keep in mind when choosing your perfect ride.
Cost – You don’t wish to spend more than is essential, however the quality of an item can be determined by the cost. The greater the cost, the higher the quality of the product.
Skill Level – Practically all freestyle models can be used by novices, but those that are experienced in stunt scootering might require a higher-end design that’s likely to last much longer. Look out for compression packages and steel core wheels for extra strength, as well as fluted parts which lower the total weight.
Weight Capacity –RILLA Scooters have a bigger deck and stronger supports for teenagers as well as grownups, with most versions supporting from 50Kgs– 100Kgs. The item description will offer exact information on the product, it’s limits and target age.
Handlebars – Most freestyle scooter riders will have a preference on bar size including the height, width and thickness. It is important to have the right height to suit you, bars that reach your mid torso are perfect, however as stunt scooters are made to be easily manoeuvrable, it’s not unusal for them to be smaller and reach your midsection. For more information, please see our Handlebars Buying Guide. Bare in mind, you can cut bars down to your desired height and width. Bars cannot be returned after being cut. (Please use parental guidance when doing so.)
Scooter Weight – Most of today’s kick scooters are made from lightweight aluminium, for optimum air at the skatepark. In the current market, 4.5 kg is an average weight for a pro scooter, but RILLA Commit models are a very desirable 3.9 kg.
Our standard service warranty lasts for 3 months. As soon as a scooter is utilised, we will only change malfunctioning parts rather than the entire unit. This is because it is almost impossible to identify exactly how rough a scooter has been ridden making it difficult to identify the cause of the problem. Our warranty does not cover basic wear and tear (as an example, replacing used wheels).
For more info please see individual product pages or our FAQs.
Just what about weight limitations?
Most scooters will certainly have a 100kg limit nevertheless scooters developed for younger riders will certainly have a lower restriction. The item description will offer exact information on the product and also it’s limits, target age and so on. Most stunt scooters are now designed to be used as adult scooters too.