10:00-18:00 (eshop), 13:00-17:00 (prodejna)

How to brake for freestyle scooters

How to brake properly?

- at best, use the brake only at jerks such as the manual.

- Brake the shoe on the ground. This will not ruin your wheels and will not lose your brake.

- If you stumble on the brake, you can make a platform on the wheel and the wheel is ejected, and one wheelbarrow is worth 400 or 1500 czk.

Distribution

Depending on the size of the castors: 100mm, 110mm, 120mm, 125mm

Brake Materials: Plastic, Steel, Stainless, Both Materials Can Be Used Such Brake is then Plastic / Steel

Brake types: spring, flexbars

Depending on the size of the wheels

We have brakes for wheels 100mm, 110mm, 120mm, 125mm

100 mm:
- Only 100 mm castors will enter these brakes
- we can either have spring or flexbars
110 mm:
- Only wheels of 110, 100 mm will enter the brakes
- mostly steel or plastic (flexbands)
120,125 mm:
- Brakes are for 125 and 120 mm wheels only. We do not recommend using this brake for 100 mm or 110 mm castors. The brake may break due to fatigue during braking or you may try to kick it.

Springs

- Used for cheaper scooters (eg Color Nokaic).

- Thanks to the spring and bolt, the brake returns to its place.

- This brake is tightened from the side.

Advantages : small purchase price.

Disadvantages : it must be tightened and the spring may wear out, and there is an unpleasant noise.

Steel (stainless)

- bent sheet (material) in the form of a brake

- When the brake is depressed, the brake returns and the spring is released

- This brake is tightened from the top or bottom

Advantages : no noise, easy handling, lighter than springy.

Disadvantages : Fatigue of the material in the bend may break, small children have trouble applying the brake because they are lighter.

Map
Data processing
Hide