The Grit Extremist is the entry model to Grit Scooters, and both beginners and intermediate riders will not be left disappointed by this one.
Grit Extremist 2015
Bang up to date the Grit Extremist is back with a ramped up spec. It's better quality than the last version of the Extremist (although this is reflected in the price which has gone back to an RRP of £80). However for this extra we see the return of a serious beginner/intermediate stunt scooter with the upgrades primarily focusing on the wheels. The 88a 100mm Alloy core wheels are a quality addition to this model and will take much more punishment than the older plastic cores of the 2013 version. Slightly lower 500mm bars help younger riders to feel more In control when riding and the cut out forks not only look awesome but help to reduce the overall weight of this model to just 3.4kgs.
Grit Extremist 2013.
The spec on this version was slightly scaled down to reflect the overall price drop to under £60. However, for the price this scooter is perfect for riders wanting their first proper Stunt Scooter, or intermediate riders looking for a lower priced scooter that can then be built upon. New for Autumn 2014 saw the arrival of the Grit Atom which has a similar spec to the 2013 Extremist.
This Extremist model is spot on in terms of both price and quality. The deck in 4” wide with 6061 heat treated Alloy (to make it stronger). The handlebars are 520mm and are Hi Ten with soft feel grips for extra comfort when you cling tight and face the fear on the learner ramps.
The wheels have nylon core which helps to keep this scooter at such a low price but can be easily upgraded later to metal cores if required. Also, unusually for the cheaper end stunt scooters this brand provide top quality Abec 7 bearings.