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Razor Scooters Are All The Rage

By Graham Williams 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  Continue Reading »

Lucky Scooters

By Graham Williams 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 »

Choosing The Right Skateboard Trucks

By Graham Williams 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 »

What Size Skateboard Do I Need?

By Graham Williams In: Build a Skateboard, How To, Products, Warehouse Skateboards

So you’ve made the distinction between a shortboard, cruiser, old school, and longboard. Awesome! Now what?   The width you need depends on your height, shoe size, skating style, and personal preferences. Length and wheelbase are essential, but width is the most important part of choosing a skateboard deck. The general idea is this: wide  Continue Reading »