Ripped Knees

Ripped Knees is the UK’s newest stunt scooter and extreme sports store, specialising in the custom building of stunt scooters. Their unique Ripped Knees Scooter Custom Builder has been over a year in the planning, so that you can build that dream scooter from the best parts on the planet in their Custom Scooter Builder!

They have also developed a huge range of Ripped Knees custom scooters to buy in their store, all pre tested and built to ensure your custom scooter is dialled and ready to go. Not only that but they stock almost every major scooter brand so if you need any spare parts or upgrades, then they’ll have it for you. Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, they are the north east’s biggest stockist of the top brands and the only dedicated scooter store in Newcastle, so if you are local, there’s only one place to come.

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