Phoenix

Ask ScooterDad: Hey I have a reventon v2 but ws considering the phoenix ion deck..is it better and/or stronger than the v2.I ride very aggressive and need strength ..thanks

Submitter's Name: 
Robert Mehlberger
Submitter's Location: 
Philadelphia
Answer: 

I don't have any experience with the Ion deck yet. The Reventon V2 was very strong and they used exceptional computer modeling and testing to design a very strong deck. The manufacturing process has changed since the Reventon V2. I don't know if that means that the strength has changed at all. I'm sure the Ion is a very strong deck as well, but I don't have any hands-on experience with it to verify.

Ask ScooterDad: Will my lucky steely brake fit on a reventon v2

Submitter's Name: 
Robert mehlberger
Submitter's Location: 
Philadelphia
Answer: 

You may only be able to use one of the mounting bolts if the holes don't line up exactly. I don't know if the tabs are the same height and width as the Phoenix Switchblade either, so you might need to trim or remove the tabs.

Ask ScooterDad: What is a good upgrade from a 2014 Crisp Ultima? I'm thinking about buying the Blunt Prodigy s3 or a Phoenix Session 2

Submitter's Name: 
Tom Cassidy
Answer: 

That's a tough choice because they are both good scooters. I'd probably give the advantage to the Envy Prodigy S3 since it has IHC, standard diameters bars, and an aluminum which will make it a little bit lighter than the Phoenix Session 2 with oversized bars, HIC, and steel fork.

Ask ScooterDad: Is the Phoenix session 4.25 good for me I'm a 180 pound rider just starting to scoot, what do you guys recommend

Submitter's Name: 
Shaun
Submitter's Location: 
Canada
Answer: 

The Phoenix Session 4.25 is a great platform for riders of all ages and skill levels. Beginners to pros ride that deck, so you should be good with it. Also take a look at the Envy Prodigy and Fasen products.