So what gives? At first glance, the all new Aztek Architect pro scooter looks exactly like its big brother, the Fountain pro scooter. The cost savings comes from steel forks and bars, which add a little bit of weight. But don't let that deter your from picking up the Architect. With the same dimensions as its big brother, it's a great whip for the street and will fit a wide variety of riders due to its roomy dimensions. One feature that we love about the Architect is that we have never seen SCS compression on a $159 scooter. If you want a dialed scooter that stays dialed, pick up the all new Aztek Architect.
The Aztek Architect Pro Scooter is built around a 5.5" by 21" deck with an 83 degree headtube angle. Because the deck has boxed ends, we consider the Architect Complete deck to be a street deck but it's equally at home at the skatepark or in your hood. PRO SCOOTER DECKS that are 21-21.99" long will be ideal for intermediate to pro riders that have been in the sport for a while or for those scooter riders that need a little more footspace. The Aztek Architect Complete features standard outer diameter T-Bars that are 26" tall by 22" wide. Bars this size are ideal for riders who are 5.5 to 6 feet tall. Bars and forks work flawlessly together due to the SCS compression system, which is the most effective compression system money can buy. Finally, the Aztek Architect Complete rolls on 110mm x 24mm wheels, which are the most popular size among riders.
Seems like a solid scooter. Hope it makes it with my 15 year old using it.
Scooter was everything he thought it would be thank you