Stunt Scooter Grips - Huge Range of Colours, Styles & Brands

Browse our full range of the Best Scooter Grips available in the UK. Shop Scooter Grips with maximum comfort, unmatched grip and magnificent design. Scooter Handlebar Grips are an important part of any Scooter, they come purpose made in foam or rubber. The more comfortable you are with your Scooter Grips, the more confidence you will have going into jumps, tricks and performing bar spins. Find all Scooter Parts that will make your tricks more fluid, here at SkateHut.

We have a wide range of Scooter Grips that cover the needs of every rider. Use the price, colour and product filters at the side to find the right grips for all Scooters. We stock Scooter Grips from the best Skate Brands on the market, which have been designed to provide you with absolute control for when you are riding from A to B or executing your epic Stunt Scooter tricks. They will also soften the vibrations through your hands and forearms as you land, allowing for an especially comfortable experience. We stock Scooters from Core Scooters, Drone, Blazer Pro, Blunt Envy and other market leading brands.

Our price match promise is indeed a promise like no other. It means that we will offer you the best prices on the market and if you happen to find a cheaper price elsewhere, we will match it for you. Make sure you keep an eye open for our Scooters, Stunt Scooters and Scooter Accessories, offers and sales which we launch regularly.

Scooter Grip FAQs

  • What kind of grips should I get for my stunt scooter?

    The type of grip you should get for your stunt scooter will depend on your personal preference and the type of riding you do. Here are some options:

    1. Standard Grips: These are the most common type of grips and come in a variety of colors and designs. They provide a good amount of grip and are suitable for most types of riding.

    2. Soft Grips: If you're looking for a more comfortable ride, soft grips may be a good option. They are made of a softer material than standard grips and can help absorb shock and vibrations.

    3. Tapered Grips: Tapered grips have a thinner diameter on one end and a thicker diameter on the other. This design can provide a more ergonomic grip and can be useful for riders who prefer a certain hand position.

    4. Flangeless Grips: Flangeless grips do not have the raised lip at the end that standard grips do. This can give you more room to grip the bar and can make it easier to do certain tricks.

    5. Long Grips: Long grips are longer than standard grips and can be helpful if you have larger hands or prefer to grip the bar further out.

    Ultimately, the best grip for your stunt scooter will depend on your personal preference and the type of riding you do. It's a good idea to try out different types of grips to find the one that works best for you.

  • How do I fit my scooter grips?

    1. Remove the old grips: If you already have grips on your scooter, you'll need to remove them first. You can use a flathead screwdriver to carefully pry them off.

    2. Clean the bars: Use a clean cloth to wipe down the scooter bars to remove any dirt, grime, or adhesive residue left from the old grips.

    3. Apply grip glue: Apply a small amount of grip glue to the inside of the grip and spread it evenly around. Be careful not to use too much glue as it can make it difficult to slide the grip onto the bar.

    4. Slide the grip onto the bar: Place one end of the grip onto the bar and slowly slide it on while twisting it slightly. This will help distribute the glue evenly and prevent air bubbles from forming.

    5. Adjust the grip: Once the grip is on, adjust it to your desired position. You can use a rubber mallet or your hand to tap the grip into place.

    6. Let it dry: Allow the glue to dry completely before riding your scooter. This usually takes around 24 hours.

    7. Repeat the process for the other grip: Repeat the above steps for the other grip.

    That's it! Your new grips should now be securely fitted onto your scooter. Remember to regularly check the grips for wear and tear and replace them as needed.

  • How often should I replace my grips?

    The frequency with which you should replace your scooter grips depends on a number of factors, including the type of riding you do, the quality of the grips, and how often you ride. Here are some general guidelines to follow:

    1. Check for wear and tear: Regularly inspect your grips for signs of wear and tear, such as cracks, tears, or thinning. If you notice any of these signs, it's time to replace your grips.

    2. Replace when slippery: If your grips have become slippery and are no longer providing sufficient traction, it's time to replace them.

    3. Replace if they become loose: If your grips have become loose and are rotating on the bar, they may need to be replaced.

    4. Replace if they are causing discomfort: If your grips are causing discomfort or pain in your hands, it may be time to try a different type of grip or replace them with a new pair.

    5. Replace after significant use: If you use your scooter frequently or for long periods of time, you may need to replace your grips more often than someone who rides less frequently.

    Overall, it's a good idea to inspect your scooter grips regularly and replace them as needed. This will ensure that you have good traction and control while riding and will help prevent accidents or injuries.