The Grit Extremist 2013 is the entry model to Grit Scooters. Don’t let that put you off though! You still gets some fantastic features on this reasonably priced scooter, and both beginners and experienced riders will not be left disappointed by this one.
The 2013 model has arrived with all new graphics and some mixed up colour ways.
Being priced at around £80 this makes the Grit Extremist 3 an excellent choice for those just taking up or wanting to try out stunts and tricks. This Extremist model is spot on in terms of both price and quality. With a similar deck to the more expensive Elite scooter, the 6061 heat treated alloy deck is lightweight yet tough enough to take a bit of a pounding in the skate park.
This model arrives with a triple stacked clamp helping to make it stronger and more robust with less wobble. Not only that but unusually for the cheaper end stunt scooters this brand provide top quality Abec 7 bearings. 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. An alternative is to opt for the Limited Edition Extemist Pro which comes with the upgraded metal core wheels already fitted. The Extremist 2 comes in a variety of colours with simple white on black brands skull logo graphics on the deck and also headtube.
This version 3 model of the Extremist also comes with Hi-Ten Y bars from the more expensive Fluxx and added soft feel grips for extra comfort when you cling tight and face the fear on the learner ramps. The Grit Extremist 2013 scooter is suitable for riders from around 7 years old and has a slighter higher than average weight limitation of around 120kg. The scooter itself weighs in at approximately 4.7kg which is one of the heavist scooters that this brand make though still light enough to be managable for kids. If you are looking for something lighter then try the Elite, Mayhem and top of the range Invader which are amongst the lightest weight rides around.