Sullivan Hi Jinx Dirt Scooter - Blue/Silver

$109.51 $205.34

Color: Blue

The Hi-jinx dirt scooter is perfect for getting off road on the school run or at your local dirt jumps. This scooter is designed to hold up to even the toughest kids. The extremely hard wearing blue chrome finish is sure to turn heads. This scooter features an angled heat treated 6061 aluminium deck with a Slim stack headset, steel IHC compression fork and our 5 spoked wheels with ABEC-9 bearings. The 45 mm x 165 mm pneumatic tyres for 60PSI have excellent grip off road. 2 year manufacturer’s warranty. The Hi-Jinx Dirt Scooter comes with a powerful rear foot brake and 130mm TPR 25A grips.


Scooter Brake

Flex Brake

Scooter Clamp

2 bolt

Scooter Compression


Scooter Deck

6061-T6 AL

Scooter Deck Length


Scooter Deck Width


Scooter Fork

Hi-Ten Steel

Scooter Grips

Super soft Sullivan 130mm

Scooter Handlebar

Sullivan Y Bar

Scooter Handlebar Height


Scooter Handlebar Size


Scooter Handlebar Width


Scooter Headset

Slim Stack Semi Sealed

Scooter Max Rider Weight

100kg / 220lbs

Scooter Type


Scooter Wheels

45mm x 165mm Pneumatic tyres 60 PSI



What's in the Box?

1 complete scooter, tools, manual


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Excellent servcie

Good quality and delivered very promptly, given the time of year i would have thought it would have been longer.

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