Slamm Releases its Brand New 2013 Scooter Range.
Friday, 8 March 2013 | Stunt Scooters
Slamm has become a favourite brand name within the stunt scooters world, particularly with beginner and intermediate riders (or perhaps I should say their parents!) seeking excellent value for money.
However, things have just got even better with the launch of Slamm Scooters brand new 2013 range, to include the just released Rage Classic and Urban 2, and the imminent arrival of the Mischief Eternal and Mischief Phantom range.
These new 2013 models from Slamm help span the market for all budding and progressing riders. Starting at the lower end, with an RRP of just £60 the Rage Classic provides beginners or those looking for a decent stunt scooter with a small price tag. This scooter comes with the quality you’d expect from Slamm, but without the extra frills. This is pretty much the Slamm Rage of old without all the stickers, but at a new lower price, perfect if you are just starting out.
The Rage Urban 2 takes things to the next level. Still with a threaded headset and plastic core 100mm wheels, this model which RRP’s at £75 now has a new flex brake and also colour matched toughened bar end caps to protect the soft grips should your scooter hit the deck. The new funked up graphics make this scooter look appealing and is sure to fly out of stock fast. This is one of the cheapest scooter out there with a flex brake.
Both these models are IN STOCK now.
Expected APRIL/MAY 2013 is the new Mischief Scooter range from Slamm. First up, the Mischief Eternal with RRP £100 brings a new twist to this much sought after scooter. Retaining its threadless headset, and flex brake the Eternal will have 110mm wheels fitted as standard! Again, one of, if not THE cheapest model on the market currently to have these preferential bigger wheels for a smooth, faster ride. The Eternal will also have colour matched End Caps on the bars and new graphics.
Finally, the Mischief Phantom (RRP £120) pushes things even further, offering the same great spec as the cheaper Eternal but with the 110mm wheels upgraded to Alloy cores, essential for the high drops and jumps.
We expect the updates to the Slamm Fury and Vandal to be out later this year.
Let us know which one you would choose?