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  • While the larger 508cc Extreme Scooter gets the lion’s share of attention, the Lamberds have created a second prototype, a tamer 200cc sibling. If production were ever in the cards for the Extreme Scooter design (and the Lamberds assure that interest has been expressed by manufacturers), the 200 would be the version for the masses. “You don’t sell a monster truck to the public, you sell a pickup,” explained Gary.

    If you are planning on doing tricks like crazy spins or flips then you will want the best and most sturdy scooter you can get. I would recommend the pro razor scooter. This is the highest quality scooter in the razor line and is built exactly for extreme scooter riding. You can practice on the A series scooters but you will eventually want to work your way up to the pro model. This will make your riding smoother and easier and help you perfect your tricks.

  • While the larger 508cc Extreme Scooter gets the lion’s share of attention, the Lamberds have created a second prototype, a tamer 200cc sibling. If production were ever in the cards for the Extreme Scooter design (and the Lamberds assure that interest has been expressed by manufacturers), the 200 would be the version for the masses. “You don’t sell a monster truck to the public, you sell a pickup,” explained Gary.

    Powered by an air-cooled 4-stroke motor culled from a 1984 Honda 200M ATC three-wheeler, the smaller Extreme Scooter boasts an electric start. The fork was taken from a 1995 CR125, and like its elder sibling, it utilizes a three-wheeler rear shock and brakes. Like the 500, the front and rear brakes have been reversed, but unlike the 500 both function independent of the other. The motor’s automatic transmission eliminates the need for a clutch, so the left lever actuates the rear brake and the right lever the customary front. The toggle gearshift is the same, as well as the double-chain drive system.

    Clamp for Avigo® Extreme Electric Scooter
    Black steering tube clamp with hardware for the Avigo® Extreme electric scooter.
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    $3.95

  • Band Brake Mounting Hardware for Avigo® Extreme Electric Scooter
    Universal fit mounting hardware for Avigo® Extreme electric scooter band brakes.
    Item # HDW-188
    $3.95

    Powered by an air-cooled 4-stroke motor culled from a 1984 Honda 200M ATC three-wheeler, the smaller Extreme Scooter boasts an electric start. The fork was taken from a 1995 CR125, and like its elder sibling, it utilizes a three-wheeler rear shock and brakes. Like the 500, the front and rear brakes have been reversed, but unlike the 500 both function independent of the other. The motor’s automatic transmission eliminates the need for a clutch, so the left lever actuates the rear brake and the right lever the customary front. The toggle gearshift is the same, as well as the double-chain drive system.

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As to the future of the Extreme Scooter design, Robin and Gary are two likeable and easy-going guys, so nothing would please us more than to see them cash out on their concept and make a big heaping pile of money. Until then you can expect them both to keep plugging away undeterred on their unique prototypes, and the two assure us that they will be back at Bonneville ready to go faster than ever.