Lucky Strata Pro Scooter, Black/Pink
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- Deck: The Motion is 20" x 4.25 deck and comes with an FSA Orbit integrated headset (threadless), with a built-in Lucky Steely brake and our exclusive Lucky Suppressor silent braking system.
- Includes: Grips: Lucky No Nubbins, Bars: Lucky Pro Bars (22"x20"), Fork: Lucky SMX (threadless), Clamp: Lucky Triple Clamp, Wheels: Lucky Icon 110mm
- The Strata is perfect for intermediate and expert riders looking to show off their skills on neighborhood curbs or the scooter park.
- The Strata design was inspired by the street layout of Seattle, Washington, which is based on a series of disjointed rectangular street grids.
- Product Weight: 8.1 Lbs
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Lucky offers three new models of completes: the Lucky Crew, Lucky Strata, and Lucky Clover. Each model is designed for riders with a wide range of skills from intermediate to expert, and each comes in a variety of color choices.
The latest edition of the Lucky Crew is optimized for speed and maneuverability, making it ideal for intermediate to expert riders looking to show off their skills on neighborhood curbs and parks. The scooter is inspired by the street layout of Seattle, based on a series of rectangular grids, and features a new Lucky Motions deck with integrated headset, and offers an ideal value for your dollar.
- Lucky Motion deck measuring 4.25 by 20 inches (W x D)
- Lucky No Nubbins grips
- Lucky Pro bars
- Threadless Lucky SMX fork
- Lucky triple clamp
- 110-millimeter Lucky wheels
- 8.6-pound weight
Lucky started in 2007, in a garage in Sammamish, Washington. Scooter companies at that time often sold low-quality scooters and parts that frequently failed, and Lucky started with the mission of making quality parts that wouldn’t break every week. The company's durable scooters and components soon earned it a loyal following, orders increased, and business soon took off. Today, the company's focus remains on building high-quality scooters and parts that meet the demands of sponsored Lucky Pro riders, as well as riders taking up the sport.
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The only thing we've done to it has been, new bearings.
My nephew has the cheaper model (lucky crew)
And he actually broke his in half, right were the deck meets the forks.
He had no receipt and no proof of purchase
Just some pictures and a phone call.
Lucky sent him a brand new deck!