Features

  • Total Height: 93cm
  • Total Length: 88cm
  • Bar Width: 51cm
  • Tyres: 200mm (D) x 50mm (W)
  • Max Weight Capacity: 100kg
  • Weight: 6.7kg
  • Age Suitability: 12+
  • No terrain is off limits: Off road dirt scooter with ultra-strong but light full chromoly bars and aluminium deck is great for all terrains including dirt, grass, rough ground and trails
  • Tyres designed for off-road terrain: off-road pneumatic tyres with 3-piece aluminium metal hubs are durable and maintain a strong grip, perfect for tackling tough terrain
  • Tackle dirt like a pro: Max grip bar grips with locks and triple stack threaded headset is ideal for staying in full control whilst manoeuvring around the track
  • High quality spec: Scooter is made with high quality components such as stainless-steel rear brakes for extra stopping power (even on dirt!) and tubular BMX style forks made specifically for tacking dirt
  • Durable and built to last: built and tested for durability, performance and style on any terrain!


The ZIMX 'Dirt' Scooter takes stunt scooter riding to the next level! Boasting a solid construction, the ‘Dirt’ is a completely different animal from your regular freestyle street scooter. The ZIMX ‘Dirt’ comes with sturdy handlebars with large rubber grips for superior traction during a tricky downhill run. The bar grips are locked securely in place with grip locks to prevent slippage from all the jarring impacts of off-road riding. The hardy aluminium deck is designed to take the punishment of flying rocks and gravel on dirt tracks and the stainless-steel rear brake is built to offer you durable and reliable stopping power in the most unforgiving of off-road conditions. The ZIMX 'Dirt' never compromises on durability, performance or style, giving you a reliable and sturdy journey as you explore the adrenaline-charged world of all-terrain and downhill scooter riding.

Please Note: Protective equipment (helmet, knee pads and elbow pads) should be worn, not to be used in traffic

Please Note: All sizes / weights are approximate

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