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Lucky Scooters

By Graham Williams Category Archives: Products In: Scooters

Know those nights where you’re chilling with your friends, casually throwing some crazy ideas around when one kinda surprises you? Well get this.   Lucky actually started out in a garage. They were bummed that scooter companies were selling low quality scooters with parts that just didn’t cut it. So what’d these guys do? They  Continue Reading »

Where Did Kick Scooters Come From?

By Graham Williams Category Archives: Products In: Scooters

A Brief History of Scooters It’s crazy to think how much kick scooters have changed in the past 100 years. The first kick scooter literally was a small piece of wood attached to roller skate wheels. These kids—yep, youngins created kick scooters!—hooked wood onto a handlebar and, voila!, a new, fun way of getting around  Continue Reading »

Madd Gear Scooters Now Available!

By Graham Williams Category Archives: Products In: Products, Warehouse Skateboards

Madd Gear Scooters have been around for over a decade, originating in Australia and then expanding worldwide. The brand is known for its quality scooter parts and accessories, and Warehouse Skateboards is proud to add Madd Gear Scooters and accessories to its offerings. Madd Gear’s innovative design and colorful styles are youthful, from Madd Gear  Continue Reading »

Choosing The Right Skateboard Trucks

By Graham Williams Category Archives: Products In: Build a Skateboard, How To, Tips & Tricks, Warehouse Skateboards

Have you seen the metal T-shaped pieces on the underside of your skateboard? These are skateboard trucks, and they keep your wheels and bearings securely attached to the deck. Trucks are a key component in creating your own skateboard, and they’re composed of several different parts: axles, hangers, kingpins and bushings. Each one of these parts  Continue Reading »

How To Build A Skateboard

By Graham Williams Category Archives: Products In: Build a Skateboard, How To, Tips & Tricks, Warehouse Skateboards

After you’ve chosen all the individual parts of your skateboard with our custom builder, it’s time to assemble your board. Follow these steps, and you’re on your way to becoming a serious skateboarder.   Materials Needed:   Gripped Skateboard Deck Skateboard Hardware (Set of 8 Bolts and Nuts) Skateboard Trucks (Set of 2) Set of  Continue Reading »