Mongoose Rise 110 Expert Scooter vs Mongoose Stance Pro Scooter

Compare Specifications of Mongoose Rise 110 Expert Scooter and Mongoose Stance Pro Scooter

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Mongoose Rise 110 Expert Scooter
Mongoose Rise 110 Expert Scooter

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Mongoose Stance Pro Scooter
Mongoose Stance Pro Scooter

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Technical Specifications
Load Carrying Capacity Up to 220 lbs --
Handle Bar One-piece welded steel T-bar handlebar 580mm x 580mm reinforced steel Y bar and standard handlebar grips
Fork CNC alloy fork. --
Grip Bike-style grips Mongoose finishing kit of Push grips
Headset Sealed internal threadless headset SCS threadless headset system
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Wheel / RIM 110 mm high impact alloy wheels Contrasting Black Fraction Wheel Co. 100mm CNC alloy core with white Mongoose PU blend outer.
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Colors Available
Colors Brown
Teal
Grey


Physical Specs
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Overview
Features Lightweight alloy deck with extended standing area for pro-style scooter performance.
Full-coverage MaxGrip™ on the alloy deck and brake combine with 110 mm high impact alloy wheels and durable ABEC-9 bearings.
One-piece welded steel T-bar handlebar with bike-style grips.
Triple anodized CNC clamp collar with sealed internal threadless headset, and CNC alloy fork.
Heavy-duty frame supports riders ages 8+, up to 220 lbs.
- 20" x 4.5" heat treated, hollow box alloy deck with threadless high-tensile steel fork (SCS compression).
- 580mm x 580mm reinforced steel Y bar and standard handlebar grips.
- Contrasting Black Fraction Wheel Co. 100mm CNC alloy core with white Mongoose PU blend outer.
- Mongoose anodized stunt peg, and matte black into raw silver painted finish with electric blue colour hits from grips and decals.
- Stance Pro is fast, durable, and comes with bold styling
- Custom griptape and bold graphics
Additional Details Deck: Lightweight alloy deck
Age: 8+
Deck: 20" x 4.5" heat treated, hollow box alloy
Seat Clamp: 4-bolt alloy clamp
ABEC 7 bearings

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