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Tensor Trucks at Warehouse Skateboards

In: Products

Tensor Trucks is skateboarding truck company was founded and designed by professional skateboarder Rodney Mullen.  Since 2000, Tensor has been consistently creating one of the most durable and responsive skate trucks out there.


So, what makes Tensor Trucks superior to other brands? By using a lightweight magnesium alloy, Tensor is able to produce the lightest truck on the market today. Tensor Trucks are what you need for better turning and better grinding. And Warehouse Skateboards has a huge selection in stock now. Choose your Tensor Trucks by axle size, color, price or best sellers.

Don’t believe us? Check it out for yourself – watch this video!



Team Riders: Rodney Mullen, Daewon Song, Joey Brezinksi, Zered Bassett, Manny Santiago, Andrew Brophy and Ben Fisher

Phase Two Scooters

In: Scooters

Aside from its sleek design and quality, one of the coolest things about Phase Two Scooters is that each scooter is designed and tested by Phase Two staff, who are all crazy freestyle riders. They go nuts for this sport and know what we’re looking for in a scooter. Their goal is to introduce this way of life to all types of people and skill levels, so they design scooters like the super popular Dirt and Beggs for hardcore pros AND beginners. Phase Two Scooters sells pre-assembled scooter completes as well as individual parts you can customize. We’re big fans of making things our own, and had a blast putting together different parts.


Now if only we could get this type of air:



Razor Scooters Are All The Rage

In: Scooters

Razor scooters are one of those things that you definitely have heard of even if you’ve never been on a scooter in your life. They took the scoot scene by storm in 2000 with a fresh new design that made moving around and transporting your scooters super easy. Their lightweight, collapsible aluminum scooter transformed scootering and made it popular for mainstream again. They’ve got a bunch of different designs and styles for any personality of scooter parts and accessories: kick scooters, pro accessories, electric ride ones, electric scooters, and their very own RipStik. Their award-winning scooters and electric scooters are widely available in stores and through online retailers like Warehouse Skateboards.


Check out some sweet footage and tricks from Team Razor riders John Radtke, Jason Beggs, and Chris Gascoigne:


Lucky Scooters

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 created and sold high performance parts that wouldn’t break. Lucky Scooters became more and more popular and are now one of the most sought after  scooter brands in the world!


The cool thing is that these guys are really all about making scooting the most popular action sport in the world. They want to help develop riders and help make it a legitimate sport. I mean, why not?


Check out some awesome clips from Capron:



There isn’t a weak spot in their inventory; all of Lucky Scooter’s products are made to last. You really can’t go wrong with a Lucky Scooter!

Where Did Kick Scooters Come From?

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 was born.

Scooters are awesome, but fell behind the bicycle, rollerskate, and skateboard craze. Kids were looking for different ways to get around, and more quickly, which explains why bicycles were so popular. Scooter diehards tweaked the designs here and there, and it wasn’t until 1990 that Wim Ouboter jumped in and revamped the way scooters looked and functioned. Ouboter’s sister had a really hard time riding a bike because one of her legs was shorter than the other, and he wanted to create something special and practical for her.

Ouboter realized wooden scooters didn’t really hold up to the weather, so he kept the design but made them a bit sturdier. He used smaller wheels, too, and his design paved the way for new, more modern scooters. To combat that clunky noise and improve durability, designers started using aluminum to build scooters. This was great for riders in two ways: it improved safety (riders could hear traffic!) and the way you looked while you rode (no more clunky-ness!).

What’s Hot Right Now

There are a ton of popular brands out there, and the variety of scooters is crazy impressive. You can literally pick any color and any style you can think of. Scooters can come preassembled (called scooter completes, just in case you didn’t know!), or you can build your own (and pick from different scooter decks, scooter wheels, scooter bars, scooter forks, scooter brakes and scooter clamps.) All of the choices you make depend on your own style—personal and riding. Warehouse Skateboards carries the best at the moment: Lucky Scooters, Madd Gear Scooters, Razor Scooters, and Phase Two Scooters. We’re loving how the style of riding has changed over time, from a more “get from point A to point B” to “hey, I wonder what kind of air I can get from riding this rail?”

If you have any questions about scooters, hit us up!