The Ultimate in Lightweight Pro Stunt Scooters - the Sacrifice Flyte 115 Complete Scooter has arrived.
Known for its quality scooter parts, Sacrifice have gone on to create some of the best spec'd Scooters on the market. In the Flyte series the Flyte 115 is the bigger brother to the Flyte 110 model and includes a longer and wider deck with upgraded bars, yet remains one to the lightest pro stunt scooters around.
Deck - The wider deck is 115mm (hence the name) and is also longer at just under 51cm. It has variable wall thickness extrusions to maximise strength while at the same time minimising weight.
Cyborg Forks with IHC - Leading the way in fork technology the Cyborg fork is cold forged from aircraft grade aluminium, then precision machined. The slim fork design has been designed to be super light at just 220g, while maintaining the required strength. With an integrated crown race the integrated headset compression system stays incredibly dialled.
Bars - Fitted with the awesome Bennis Alloy Bars which are Sacrifice's exclusive line with pro rider Ben Thomas. At 23 inches high there are a lightweight and premium option made from 6061-T6 Aluminium Alloy. These bars are made super strong with the help of tubular gussets.
Clamp - The Nutron 2-bolt collar clamp has mega grip force. At just 70gs this light clamp has strategic cut outs to help save weight, yet keep the high clamp force. A threaded steel insert inside the clamp means you can tighten it up till your heart's content without the fear of stripping it.
Wheels - The Flyte 115 is fitted with Delta core wheels including Sacrifices Super Hard Abec 11 Hyper Bearings
Deck Tape - Grippy Grip deck tape with large sharp sand grain, designed for an extra grippy surface.
Grips - With high impact bar end taps made from a nylon/rubber compound to help minimise wear, the Flyte 115 is fitted with the popular Sacrifice S Grips made from a custom rubber compound to maximise grip and comfort.
Weight - Super light at only 2.95kgs
The ultimate pro Scooter for grown up riders.
Is your scooter dialled?
Once assembled you can check if the scooter is dialled.
To do this simply pick the scooter up by the hand grips until 2cm off the floor and drop it.
If there is no rattle of parts and just a clean bounce sound then your scooter is dialled!
Ready to ride!