As a tribute to the awesome stunt scooter rider Tanner Fox, Lucky paired up with this legend and created a one of a kind stunt scooter that is fit to be ridden by people who love to perform tricks and stunts. Tanner used his professional expertise and teamed up with the ergonomic design of Lucky scooter and voila!
The Lucky TFOX Sig Pro Complete Freestyle Scooter was born! Apart from being co-made by one pf the best riders in the field, there are many more features which we loved like the awesome graphics, durability and lightweightedness.
Tanner Fox is a great professional scooter rider who performs some insane stunts. Since he knows that a professional scooter rider needs, he was the best pick who could help Lucky scooters create the best professional scooter then could.
Weighing just 7.9 pounds, this scooter is easy to carry and makes it light and easy to ride and perform stunts and tricks on.
Made with superior aircraft-grade aluminum (the decks, bars and bearings) and some aspects of chromoly as well which make the scooter super durable and sturdy.
Tanner Fox teamed up with Lucky scooters and helped them create a scooter which is ideal for performing stunts and tricks on.
Apart from being a functional scooter, this scooter also looks trendy and is sure to turn heads wherever you go.
- Weight of scooter – 7.9 pounds
- Maximum weight – 220 pounds
- Dimensions – 27.5 x 25 x 5.2 inches
- Deck width – 4.25 inches
- The material of wheels – 110mm Lucky Lunar hollow core wheels
- The material of body – Aluminum and chromoly
- Cost – $199.99
Lucky TFOX Sig Pro Unboxing and Review -
I’m Brian who is the brain behind Future sport.
I have been a big enthusiast of outdoor sports and riding activities like biking, scooting, skateboarding, go-karting and many more and have been doing this for almost 10 years. I have owned a number of bikes and other sports gears over the years matching different trials I hit regularly.
When I started to get a lot of questions from friends and family about riding vehicles and gears, I decided I can help a big group through a blog something like Future sports. And as I discussed the idea with my friends who had similar interest few of them weighed in and that is how Future Sports became a reality.