Ripped Knees is the United Kingdom’s leading independent stunt scooter store, specialising in custom building. Whether you are looking to get your hands on the latest models or replace parts in an old one, Ripped Knees has it all. Stocking all major scooter brands such as Apex and District as well as a huge range of accessories and parts, your ideal scooter is waiting for you. Don’t see anything you fancy? Their online custom builder tool can help you to design the scooter of your dreams!
About Ripped Knees
Since their relatively recent arrival on the stunt scooter scene, the Newcastle based company Ripped Knees have established themselves as the place to go for top-of-the-range parts, with a service to match. They pride themselves on being up to date with the latest stunt scooters as well being able to offer the knowledge and products to attend to refurbishments, ensuring that their scooters are assembled by the best in the business. Offering a new 60-day repair and parts replacement guarantee on all of their custom scooters, they are leading the way in their industry. Ripped Knees acknowledge that scooters are expensive products and strive to ensure that when you shop with them you will be looked after from the time of purchase onwards.
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Services offered by Ripped Knees
Ripped Knees offer complete scooters by top brands including Blunt and Ethic, as well as their own custom scooters, clamps, decks, forks, grip tape, grips, handlebars, headsets, parts, pegs, and wheels. They have a range of apparel by their main brands e.g. Apex, mainly stocking t-shirts. Importantly, they stock a range of protective equipment such as kneepads and helmets. Ripped Knees have also branched into skateboards, selling brands such as Karnage, Krunk, Limitless, MGP, Renner, Rocket and Tony Hawk. They also have some skates online from Luscious, Moxi and Roller Derby. The most popular feature by Ripped Knees is the custom builder that allows you to build your dream scooter from scratch. Their pre-set compatibility guarantees that all of the selected parts will work together. Once purchased scooters are assembled and delivered fully built by professionals. Grip tape and bearings are supplied free of charge. They offer a reward point system that equates to 5% of your purchase going towards your next buy. Delivery on purchases under £60 is charged at £2.49, and delivery on orders over £60 is free to the UK. They also offer a detailed returns policy.
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Bought my first custom scooter here. the shop has a big choice of scooter parts. Spoke with Tommy who was very knowledegable and understood my requirements. He even directed me towards cheaper parts that he felt would be better for me based on what i was after. Wouldnt hesitate coming back and would recommend to anyone. Cheers guys
Whorst experience ever, don't order anything from Ripped Knees!
We ordered (and payed 337 Pound) back in November 2019. After the scooter did not arrive before Christmas, as promised we inquired several times at the customer service (Barry) and we were told it would arrive soon. In the end obviously the scooter was shipped by DPD somewhere to Norway (??) but no attempt of Ripped Knees customer service to solve the problem and deliver what we've already payed. We asked the money back but so far no transfer. Even if it will cost us a lot of money, we will consider legal action against the company now.