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Ethic Legion V2 HIC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 56,95
Trynyty Trident V1.5 Pro Scooter ForkEUR 59,95
Striker Bgseakk Magnetit IHC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 49,95
Ethic Legion V2 SCS Pro Scooter ForkEUR 56,95
Tilt Stage I Pro Scooter ForkEUR 69,95
Tilt Rigid Pro Scooter ForkEUR 99,95
North Thirty Pro Scooter ForkEUR 69,95
Brother Flow Pro Scooter ForkEUR 79,95 EUR 59,95
Striker Lux IHC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 54,95
Root Air IHC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 74,95 EUR 66,95
Root Invictus V2 IHC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 59,95
Tilt Tomahawk 120mm Pro Scooter ForkEUR 109,95
Longway Diamond SCS/HIC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 64,95
Root Air HIC/SCS Pro Scooter ForkEUR 79,95
Native Versa Pro Scooter ForkEUR 99,95
Trynyty Mastodon Pro Scooter ForkEUR 69,95
Ethic Legion V2 IHC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 59,95
CORE SL IHC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 64,95 EUR 54,95
Nitro Circus RW Pro Scooter ForkEUR 54,95
Apex Quantum Pro Scooter ForkEUR 119,95
Ethic Nemesis SCS/HIC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 89,95
North Nada Zero Offset 24mm Pro Scooter ForkEUR 69,95
Striker Revus SCS/HIC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 64,95
Apex Quantum Lite Pro Scooter ForkEUR 139,95
Dominator Ranger Pro Scooter ForkEUR 11,95 EUR 9,95
Root Lithium IHC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 64,95
Prime Anthony Michlik Signature Pro Scooter ForkEUR 94,95 EUR 89,95
North Amber Pro Scooter ForkEUR 74,95
North LH Pro Scooter ForkEUR 79,95
Lucky Huracan V2 SCS/HIC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 72,95
North Nada Zero Offset 30mm Pro Scooter ForkEUR 74,95
Prime Maxime Bouzid Signature Pro Scooter ForkEUR 94,95 EUR 89,95
Prime Vortex Pro Scooter ForkEUR 79,95
Longway Harpia IHC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 58,95
Tilt Selects i.Shack Pro Scooter ForkEUR 109,95
Revolution Supply Mutiny IHC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 68,95
Striker Revus IHC Pro Scooter ForkEUR 89,95
Custom Scooter AssemblyEUR 19,95
What Are Scooter Forks?
Pro Scooter forks are the vertical tube that connects your bar, deck and front wheel to each other. Forks for scooters are made of either aluminum or steel. Steel forks are heavier but more durable, whereas aluminum forks are lighter and often preferred by more advanced riders. It used to be the case that you could choose between a one-piece or two-piece model. However, nowadays, only one-piece models are produced, as they are by far the most durable option.
Threaded or Threadless Scooter Forks?
Trick scooter forks have two styles: threadless and threaded. When it comes to pro scooters, you’ll find that nearly all forks are threadless. This is because they are using a more advanced compression system that creates a stronger and more durable connection between the bar and the fork. With a threadless fork, you need to make sure that you also have a threadless headset and a compatible compression system.
Threaded forks are usually found on beginner, entry-level scooters. The difference here is that the fork has a thread on the outside of the tube. Threaded forks need a threaded headset to function, which is considered not as durable as a threadless one. To read more about the differences between threaded and threadless forks, read our guide on Buying a Scooter Fork.
Scooter Fork Compatibility
A must when buying a new scooter fork is to ensure that it is compatible with the rest of your setup. When it comes to compatibility with the fork, you need to make sure that it fits with the headset, wheels and the compression system.
As many readers will already know, the main different compression systems for scooters are SCS, ICS, HIC and IHC. SCS scooter forks are heavy but strong and durable. ICS forks are the lightest available, ideal for riders who want to have a lightweight setup. HIC scooter forks are also common and are considered to be the simplest compression system. IHC is built into the fork as it is with HIC, but is a tiny bit lighter and only compatible with standard-sized bars.
To browse our selection of compression systems, have a look at our Pro Scooter Compression category.