Shop Scooter Handle Bars for your Style.

Shop the UK’s best selection of Scooter Bars in one place here at SkateHut. Scooter Handlebars are a versatile piece of your kit. From style to material, your choice of bars reflects your Skate experience. One piece Scooter Bars are the superior choice of any serious rider. The added strength, stability and feel of the bars themself mean that you can attempt tricks with more confidence. For the thrill seeking Scooter enthusiast ready to shred up the park, steel or chromoly bars offer a great finish with maximum strength for monster tricks.

These bars are generally oversized and will require HIC or SCS compression and clamp systems. Standard Aluminium Handlebars are more commonly IHC set ups, which are strong enough to take some real punishment and much lighter than their chromoly counterparts. Here at SkateHut we stock a wide range of bars that cover the needs of every rider, from Stunt Scooters to Custom Scooters. Shop the hottest brands available in the UK with Aztek, Blunt Envy, Madd Gear Pro, Addict Scooters and many more. When upgrading your Scooter Bars it’s super important to make sure you know what you’re looking for. Scooter Compression can be a little bit tricky in terms of mixing and matching new parts and upgrades.

There are two main types of compression which will determine the compatibility of your Scooter, IHC and HIC. This will determine what clamps, forks and bars can be used with your current setup. Confused by SCS clamps and oversized bars? Speak to a member of our super helpful Customer service team, available 7 days a week. Enjoy Free Delivery on all orders over £100.

Scooter Bars FAQs

  • What sizes do Stunt Scooter bars come in?

    Stunt scooter bars come in a variety of sizes to accommodate different riders and riding styles. Sizes can range between 600mm and 720mm, depending on the riders height. Bars can also be cut to a certain size for a more customised fit.
  • What materials are scooter bars made from?

    Stunt scooter bars can be made from a variety of materials, each with their own unique properties and benefits. Here are some of the most common materials used for scooter bars:

    1. Aluminum: Aluminum is a popular choice for scooter bars because it is lightweight, strong, and durable. It is also relatively affordable and easy to work with. Most standard and oversized bars are made from aluminum.

    2. Steel: Steel bars are heavier than aluminum bars but also stronger and more durable. They are often used for more aggressive riding styles and are a good choice for riders who put a lot of stress on their equipment.

    3. Titanium: Titanium is a lightweight and strong material that is often used in high-end scooter bars. It is more expensive than aluminum or steel but also more durable and resistant to corrosion.

    4. Chromoly: Chromoly is a steel alloy that is stronger and more durable than standard steel. It is often used in high-end scooter bars and is a good choice for riders who need extra strength and durability.

    5. Carbon fiber: Carbon fiber is a lightweight and strong material that is commonly used in high-end scooter bars. It is more expensive than other materials but also provides excellent strength and stiffness.

    When choosing scooter bars, it's important to consider your riding style, level of experience, and personal preferences. Aluminum bars are a good choice for most riders, but if you do more aggressive riding or put a lot of stress on your equipment, you may want to consider steel or chromoly bars. Titanium and carbon fiber bars are the most expensive and are typically used by professional riders or those with a high level of experience.

  • Can I replace my scooter handle bar?

    Yes, you can replace your scooter handlebar, but it will depend on several factors, including the type of scooter you have, the type of handlebar you want to install, and your level of mechanical skill.

    If you have a stunt scooter with a standard or oversized handlebar, it is usually fairly easy to replace the handlebar. Most scooters use a compression system to hold the handlebar in place, which involves tightening a clamp around the fork and the handlebar using a bolt. To replace the handlebar, you will need to remove the old handlebar and clamp, insert the new handlebar into the clamp, and tighten the bolt to secure the handlebar in place.

    However, if you have a folding scooter or a scooter with a different type of handlebar system, replacing the handlebar may be more difficult. Some scooters use a proprietary handlebar system that is not interchangeable with other handlebars, so you will need to make sure that the new handlebar is compatible with your scooter.

    If you are not comfortable working on your scooter or do not have the necessary tools and skills, it is recommended that you take your scooter to a professional mechanic or a bike shop to have the handlebar replaced. This will ensure that the handlebar is installed correctly and safely, and that your scooter is in good working order.