Best First Stunt Scooters for Beginners

This collection of the best first stunt scooters for beginners has options to suit kids of different ages from aged 4 to 12.

A beginner scooter should be light enough for young kids to be able to do their first tricks and stunts but also strong enough to withstand the impact of landings.

Most beginner scooters have wheels between 100mm and 110mm - which is a nice size to start off.

Slamm Tantrum 8 - Perfect for Junior Riders

The beautifully built Slamm Tantrum VIII is ideal for young thrill-seekers from ages 4 plus giving them extra confidence at the skate park.

The 100m, nylon core 88A durometer wheels with ABEC 9 chrome bearings are hardwearing for learning stunts on the ramps .

The reinforced steel dipped t-bar is shorter for junior riders bar for extra control (measuring  19.75" tall by 19.5"wide). The total overall height of the scooter is 74cm (29.1").

It's the perfect scooter for learning the ropes. The square boxed shaped deck has space to play for beginners / younger riders who are learning the basics.  A carbon composite rear brake is responsive for sharp stops.

Weighing  just 3.6kg,  it's  light making it easy to control for jumps and tricks.

Micro Mx Ramp Beginner Scooter

The Micro Mx Ramp Beginner is brilliant for for young kids with a minimum height of 128cm  or more to build their confidence. Ideal for kids aged between 5 and 12 who are looking for  their first set of stunt wheels.  Perfectly designed for beginners who want a kick scooter with an option of performance for occasional tricks.

Down to the specifics: The 100mm wheels faciliate occasional stunt use. The strong and rigid, non-foldable bar is a fixed height of 74cm. It's wide handlebars offer greater control for younger riders and could mean the difference between a bunny hop or a bunny flop!

It features a standard foot plate size measuring 10.5cm cm (w) by 33cm (l) and a rear brake for safe stops. The scooter weighs 3.7kg meaning it's light making it easier to control.

Blazer Pro Outrun FX Stunt Scooter

The Blazer Outrun Pro FX scooter is a good looking and good value option for the beginner rider who wants to start out at the skate park!

With an overall height of 79cm, the scooter is recommended for the 7 to 13 year old age group. Kids will love the gorgeous neoprene handlebar.

100mm 5 Spoke aluminium core wheels feature an alloy core and are designed to withstand all the beginner jumps at the ramp.

Weighing 3.9kg, it's not the lightest beginner stunt scooter out there but light enough to start out on your skate park adventures.

The boxed, square deck measures 50 cm (l) by 11.5cm(w) which is slightly wider than other entry level scooters, giving young riders extra footspace and stability

Additionally, it features a flex fender brake for sharp stopping power.

Nitro Circus Ryan Williams RW Replica Complete Pro Stunt Scooter

One of the top selling stunt scooters on Amazon, the Nitro Circus Complete pro stunt scooter has been designed by pro scooter rider Ryan Williams

It's a good pick for the 7 or 8 plus crowd who are beginning or honing their skills on the ramps.  The total height of the scooter is 80cm (with a bar measurement of 55.8cm (h) by 45.7cm (w). Ideally, you don't want the scooter bars to be too high when you are learning new tricks. The best size for the handlebars is around belly button height for ultimate control.

The 110mm wheels are a nice size to help improve performance on the ramps. Bigger wheels are faster and generally a more popular choice at the skate park.

It's superlight at just 3.4kg. Lighter scooters help young daredevils build their skills on the ramps.


Micro MX Trix Stunt Scooter

The MIcro Mx Trixx is fab for younger riders enabling them to manoeuvre with ease. Designed for ages 5 to 12 for riders who like and trust the micro brand.

The 100mm wheels with 5 spoke metal cores are strong enough to practise jumps and tricks, but swift enough for the school run too. The solid one piece bar measures is fixed and 77cm in height (shorter than other pro scooters so youngsters can have maximum control when doing stunts or jumps). The bar width is 45cm for added control.

The lightweight aluminium, shorter footplate measures 48cm cm (l) by 10cm (w). It features a rear brake for safe stops. The scooter weighs 3.7kg. Another light scooter. A set of stunt pegs is included.

Chilli Base Scooter

This is a great scooter for beginners aged 8 or 9 plus. It's a solid and well designed scooter which has some great specs for beginners which will see them through to intermediate use as well.

The overall height of the scooter is 79cm. The handlebars are fairly wide at 58cm. Wider handlebars gives kids optimum control when starting out on the ramps.

The 110mm wheels roll smoothly and quickly on the ramps and the blue color looks cool too (other colours are available). A robust rear flex brake ensure kids come to a quick stop when they need to.

The deck measures 50cm by 11.5cm so there is a plenty of footspace for growing feet.

You can read an indepth review of the Chilli scooter and see how a 9 year old fairs with it at the skate park.

Best Stunt Scooters for Intermediate Riders

As riders get more competent at the skate park, they will want to upgrade their scooter with sleeker designs and improved components.

Most intermediate scooters will have 110mm wheels or bigger. Bigger wheels are faster and more durable as they have more urethane. Most intermediate scooters will have alloy core wheels and you won't see the nylon core wheels featured on many beginner stunt scooters.

Decks will be more generous in size, with added footspace for more control when doing tricks.

However, despite the bigger features, the weight of these scooters will still be as light as possible. This is what often makes them more expensive. Better components, super strong to withstand the impacts of the skatepark or street, but still super lightweight so they are easy to use on the ramps.

Chilli Pro Reaper Scooter

The Chilli Pro Reaper Scooter is great for both beginner and intermediate riders and has also been tried, tested and put through it's paces by Chilli's pro riders. It's an affordable all round scooter which is great for park and for street.

The super wide t-bars allow you to whip it round fast with great control. It has an overall height of 84cm

The long and wide deck (60cm by 11.5cm) has plenty of footspace for growing feet.

The reaper features 110mm wheels which allows you to gain a lot of speed when you need to.

It comes in various colors to suit a rider's taste. The Gold reaper is featured above.

Crisp Ultima 5 Pro Stunt Scooter



The Crisp Ultima 5 pro stunt scooter is a sweet spot for the intermediate who really wants to progress their skills but also wants to dabble in the streets with those 5.0 grinds.

The 120mm high rebound wheels feature an alloy core with ABEC 9 bearings. The hive alloy bar bar measures 24"(height) to 23"(weight). A squared profile deck allows for better grind tricks and measures 20.5 cm (l) by 5 inch (w). The Ultima also features a hybrid alloy core fork with IHC compression.

It features a 2 bolt stainless steel flexfender brake. Super light at 3.3kg! Perfect for those wanting to increase their bag of tricks

Chilli Pro Rider: Archie Cole

The Chilli Pro Rider: Archie Cole is a nice scooter for the intermediate rider who is taller than 171cm.

It's design is based on the Chilli reaper scooter and has been developed further by pro rider Archie Cole. The bar is taller than the other intermediate scooters with an overall height of 86.5cm. Despite being taller scooters, it's very lightweight, weighing just 3.44kg. A lighter scooter will make it much easier to hone your skills at the skate park.

The 110mm wheels are a nice size for smooth riding and to work on new tricks.  The deck measures 50cm (l) by 11.5cm (w) and the scooter features a HIC compression which is compatible with other compressions systems and is easy to maintain.



Lucky Crew

The Lucy Crew stunt scooter is serious scooter for when kids are ready to step up their game for ages 8 and up, allowing younger riders to throw the biggest tricks possible.

The 110mm 86A black PU wheels feature Lucky rebound technology and are quick and super responsive on the ramps

The overall height of the scooter is 82.5cm.

On this year's model Lucky the deck is a little longer but slightly narrower than other Lucky scooter models. The measurements are19.5" (l) by 4.25" (w).

With a lightweight aluminium bar, this scooter only weighs 3.1kg, which is exceptionally light. A light scooter allows kids to get higher in the air and develop their skills more easily.

Best Stunt Scooters For Pro / Advanced Riders

Serious riders will want the creme de la creme for their skate park and street adventures.

They will be looking for bigger, wider wheels - generally at 120mm

Many advanced riders will be teenagers or adults so the bars are generally taller and go up to as high as 26". However,  as some pro riders prefer their bars to sit low, some pro scooters such as the Nitro Circus (featured below) are shorter to accommodate this preference.

Decks are often bigger to give taller riders more footspace. But despite the taller bars and bigger decks, the scooters are built to be light as well as strong, so that the same level of control can be acheived on the ramps.

The pro scooters can seem very expensive but that is due to the design and stronger and lighter materials needed for these scooters.

Blunt Envy Prodigy Series 8

The best selling Blunt Envy Prodigy S8 is stylish and super light for the discerning park rider.

Lightweight (3.48kg) but strong making it easy to whip around the bars and take the scooter into big air tricks .

The gap core, 120mm x 24mm, 86a durometer wheels are soft enough to handle outdoor scooting while strong enough to handle the action on the ramps. Bigger 120mm wheels are popular with pro riders as they are faster but also last longer with more urethane.

The aluminium, strong but lightweight bar measures 25.6" (l) to 22.8"(w) and features a slight curvature at the top.

Measuring 19.5 cm (l) by 4.7 (w), the deck has nylon fluted ends, with a huge cut out on the bottom taking out a lot of the weight which makes it easier to throw around while doing tricks.

Sacrifice Flyte 120 V2 Stunt Scooter

The Sacrifice Flyte 120 is excellent for park riders who demand the best. Designed for advanced riders who require a slightly wider deck and lighter set up.

Featuring fresh 120mm wheels, aluminium bars measuring a nice 24 inches in length by a wide 23 inches, a flex brake and a cyborg threadless fork on IHC compression. This scooter looks the part - stunning in different color options including a shiny gold, classic black and a unique lollipop colour.

The boxed edge deck is suited to riders who want something wider and longer measuring 53cm cm (l) by 12cm (w).

Despite the bigger deck, the Flyte weighs just 3.2kg so there is no compromise on weight. Sacrifice have designed a clamp with two cut outs for weight reduction and have taken out the top bracket on the bar - which has reduced the weight but looks amazing .

MGP MGX Extreme Scooter


MGP is the one of the number 1 scooter brands in the world and their MGX extreme range showcases the best of their design. Looking at this scooter,  it's not hard to see why the MGP scooters are so popular.

This Extreme scooter is a beast, it's strong but super light so that pro riders can show their stuff on the ramps. Additionally, it looks amazing. The two tone colorways on every version of the scooter stand out and the unique cut outs on the scooter look great too.

The deck offers plenty of foot space measuring 52.7cm by 12.7 (20.5" by 5"). Despite being a good size, the deck is super light, ideal for the trickiest of manoeuvres.

The 120mm wheels 88A are large, smooth and fast making sure this scooter flies.

Like all MGP scooters, the MGX extreme is light weighing just 3.44kg making ariel tricks and bri flips a little smoother and crisper.


Nitro Circus Ryan Williams Signature 540 Complete Scooter

The Nitro Circus 540 complete scooter is popular with all riders in mind whether you ride ramps, street or park. A larger footplate and wider bars are brilliant for better control and performing jumps.

The 120mm by 30mm wide wheels are smooth .

The high tech alloy y bar 22.8 inches by 22.8 inches, is a nice size for riders who prefer their bars to sit low.

The generous sized deck (54cm by 13 cm) with new cut out headtube details and improved bars allows you to take this scooter to the limit with lots of footspace.


District Titan Complete Stunt Scooter

The District Titan is popular with intermediate to advanced riders aged 13 plus. The Titan derives it's name from Greek mythology meaning power, size and strength

The 120mm by 24mm wide wheels keep the rider rolling smoothly. Soft and durable District rope grips ensure ultimate comfort when riding. No issues throwing bri flips

The steel bar measure 23" high and 22" wide (58.5cm by 56cm), with an overall height of 85cm.

The deck measures 20.5 inches (52cm) (l) by 5.3 inches (13.5cm) (w), allows plenty of footspace for both street riding and skate park manoeuvres. A Titan graphic spreads across the bottom of the deck and looks really cool. The district grip tape on the top of the deck will ensure you're not slipping around while performing tricks.

The scooter also features lightweight HIC compression.  The overall weight of the scooter is 4kg, so there are lighter options out there but it comes in at a great price for all the amazing features.

Important features of a stunt scooter

What are the essential features you should look for when buying a first stunt scooter:

Bar - a one piece bar (not a foldable bar) to withstand the impact of tricks. The handlebars should ideally reach no higher than waist height or sit just about hip height/ below waist height.

Wheels -avoid plastic core wheels. Metal core wheels are designed withstand jumps. Most beginner scooters will have wheels either 100mm or 110mm. 120 to 125mm are normally seen on more expensive pro scooters.

Brake - flex brake is better than a spring brake

Weight - the lighter the better for doing stunts. Smaller, younger children in particular need lighter scooters to control.

Threadless vs Threaded Forks - Threadless forks are stronger and therefore a better choice than threaded forks.