It’s funny. I never really pictured these trick scooters as valuable educational tools. Whoops, I think it’s the most fun and exhilarating their education has been so far!
So how do all these parts go together?
You must construct your own trick scooter
You you don’t really NEED to, and it’s more assembly than construction, but how about putting together something that you could get hurt from if it fails? That works for me! I wish I had that information before I assembled things (poorly, and often times dangerously) my whole life!
These are skateboard wheels, but check out what happens when they are spun at high speed with a water jet!
Interesting tidbits…did you know that before polyeurathane, skateboard wheels were made out of clay? And before that…metal? (Discovered in a history of skatebaording page)
The centrifugal force is strong with this one
Scooters…I had never even really thought about them until a friend of mine (who I had introduced to unicycling!) told me about his kid and his scooter!