New Wholesole Products
- 4 ezy roller riding toy Explanation why Answer Racing Rocks !!
- Wha ezy roller scooter t exactly is Caster Table
- The bes ezy roller toy t way to Replace The front Wheel Bearings - That can be done That
- Low-price unicycle bike d FX Lightsabers - Be able to Make the Lightsaber By yourself Easily
- Ce kick scooter wholesale ase to live Cut Enterprise Card - Vision Catching Styles
- H mini kick scooter ardwood Outdoor Playsets
- Do y street surfing ou know the Pros of your Gas Motorcycle
- Exa razor sole skate ctly what Kick Scooters
- Bl razor sole skate ade Scooters On the market
- Thunderbird ezyroller Twinspark Coming from Royal Enfield - The final Indian Cruiser motorbike Bike
FAQ For:Passion aluminum workpieces factory
We have collected some of the most commonly asked questions submitted by our customers. If your questions are not answered here, please feel free to Contact Us.
Is the Passion Kick scooter easy to ride?
There is a graceful learning curve with the Passion Kick scooter. Just get on and go. But like most things, the more you ride the Passion Kick scooter you'll start to push the boundaries a bit and test out the performance capabilities. Go for it, but wear a helmet!
Will I exhaust myself to get where I'm going?
Not really. On flat surfaces like a sidewalk or a paved street the Passion Kick scooter's glide is about as effortless as a bicycle-- you won't even break a sweat. Ride hard though and you'll get that heart pumping. Obviously, going up a hill stinks and it doesn't matter if you're on a bike, inline, skateboard or riding a Passion Kick. If the hill is steep enough you're going to get a workout. With that said however, if you are going up a hill the Passion Kick scooter is lighter than a bike to push (or it can be easily folded and carried) and it glides better uphill than a skateboard due to the larger wheel diameter.
How well does the Passion Kick scooter glide?
It cruises well because we make the Passion Kick scooter's wheels out of an exotic low-hysteresis polyurethane to minimize rolling resistance. The wheels are also about three times as large as skate wheels so they glide much better than smaller inline or skate wheels. (Click for a technical discussion of wheels.) Go fast and cover ground.
What's up with the front forks? They're angled backwards. Did you guys blow it on the design?
Trust us, it's supposed to be like that. It's part of the patented design. The front wheel is swept back to keep the steering stable. The next time you're at the grocery store check out a shopping cart's wheels - the design is the same. Bikes have different stresses and head tube angles which effect the steering axis. That's why a bike fork is swept forward. A scooter is different than a bike and we've designed the Passion Kick scooter's forks accordingly. We've actually seen scooters in which the designers just used a basic bike fork design because it looked good to them. We think these other scooters are dangerously unstable.
Is the Passion Kick scooter safe?
Ridden under normal conditions however, the Passion Kick scooter is as least as safe as a bike or skateboard. Avoid areas with cars and wear a helmet and/or other safety gear to minimize the risk of injury.
How do I stop?
The Passion Kick scooter has a brake like a bicycle brake. Many riders also find it convenient to use their shoe to brake on the rear wheel. You can use these techniques or, if you aren't going too fast, simply step off. If you brake on the rear tire, test the wear resistance of your shoes...some soles wear through frighteningly quickly or get our fender/brake kit.
How does the Passion Kick scooter handle bumps in the road?
In this case bigger is better. The large diameter wheels clear gaps in concrete or pavement that would hang up a skate wheel. The Passion Kick scooter also handles well in gravel and small terrain features. However we don't recommend slamming the Passion Kick scooter into a curb to get over it like some people do with their bike.
Will the front brake pitch the rider over the handlebars?
With a bicycle or an automobile, about 75 percent of the stopping power is provided by the front brake. Scooters are no different. Without a front brake, a scooter cannot have great braking performance. We have carefully tuned the brake so that it is hard to lock up the front wheel. We have experimented with a lot of brake designs and have found that riders much prefer the current Passion Kick front brake to any other alternative.
I've arrived at my destination, now what do I do with the Passion Kick scooter?
Most people just carry the Passion Kick scooter with them. It weighs just a bit more than a laptop computer and folds down in about 5 seconds. If you want to leave it somewhere you can lock it using a U-lock or cable lock. It'll also fit into a half-height gym locker.