The Tilt Theorem Pro Scooter is designed for the dedicated rider. Scooters are built off the deck, and this setup features a simplified version of Tilt’s innovative Theory Deck. Features include soft Metra grips, medium grit griptape, oversized aluminum handlebars, a flex fender, and custom Tilt hardware throughout. If you want to customize your setup over time, you'll be stoked to hear that this scooter is compatible with numerous wheel sizes and all of Tilt's Stage III collection. Whether you're just starting or upgrading from your current setup, the Theorem Complete is your best option to progress both your setup and your riding.
Tilt Theorem Pro Scooter Specifications:
Weight (Small): 7.7lb
Weight (Medium): 8.1lb
Weight (Large): 8.9lb
Overall Height (Small): 33.4"
Handlebar Size (Small): 20.0 x 23.5"(W x H)
Overall Height (Medium): 34.9"
Handlebar Size (Medium): 21.0 x 25.0" (W x H)
Overall Height (Large): 36.6"
Handlebar Size (Large): 22.0 x 26.5" (W x H)
Deck Size (Small): 5.0 x 20.0"
Deck Size (Medium): 5.5 x 21.0"
Deck Size (Large): 6.0 x 22.0"
Wheel Size (Small): 24 x 110
Wheel Size (Medium): 24 x 110
Wheel Size (Large): 30 x 120
Handlebar Material: Anodized 6061-T6 aluminum
Deck Material: Anodized 6061-T6 aluminum
Fender: Adjustable flex
Griptape Grit: No. 60 Medium
Handlebars: Oversized 1⅜"
Compression Washer: M8
Compression Thread: M8
Compression Bolt: M8
Clamp Bolts: M8
Headset: 1-⅛" Integrated
Fork: 6.0" Threadless steertube
Fork Axle: F5 Axle x 30mm Length
Deck Axle: M8 x 54.0mm Length
Wheel Spacers: M8 x 3.0mm Length
Wheel Bearings: 608
Wheels: 24 x 110 - 30 x 120
Tilt Theorem Pro Scooter
This scooter is probably the best if you want to ride street.
This is the best scooter ive ever had so far ive been scootering for 10 years and this is the best ive ever had this is definitely worth the price this should be 600$ this is so good
So far so good