Street riding doesn't just mean riding a scooter outside the skatepark. It is a discipline more connected to lifestyle. Riders support each other in a group to perform both technically demanding tricks and big jumps. The most commonly used obstacles are rails (railings), grindboxes (boxes or crates), stairs but also walls (wallride). Street freestyle scooters are designed primarily for performing these tricks, but they can also be used for pure park tricks. Street riding is more aggressive and harder. For this reason, street freestyle scooters are more robust, heavier, have larger handlebars (higher and wider), longer and wider decks. A wider deck is more playful and stable just when sliding and grinding.
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