Actually, if you remove the black circular thing on the bottom of the fork, you can fit a 110mm there. For the back, you need to adjust the spring for the brake to sit higher or get a cut brake. So yes, you can fit 110mm, but you need to make some modifications.
I think so. The reason it's a "pro" is that it's a more solidly made scooter, more capable of taking the punishment of tricks, etc. The handle bars do not fold down, so you lose that ease of throwing it in the back of your car, etc. Otherwise it would be great, just maybe a little too much scooter for their age?
I think it would be ok for ......guessing 150lb and under? My husband played around it for a little and he is 190 nothing bad happened but no idea on long term use but it is very sturdy I'm just thinking wheels wearing rubber a bit faster but they r easy to replace
As the handlebars are not adjustable, it probably wouldn't suit the 8 and under age group. I bought it for my son who is 10 and he gives it a hiding! I've seen teenagers on it at the skate ramps, so it passes their tests as well it seems.