Gas Scooter Shock Absorbers
Often regarded as a luxury item when purchasing a gas scooter, shock absorbers can also protect the gas scooter frame and other components.
Gas Scooter Shocks
Shocks obviously make for a smoother ride, but they also provide another benefit. The scooter frame takes much less of a beating from jumping and the day to day jolts associated with riding a scooter. Frames are a fabricated assembly (means that they are welded together from an assortment of hollow tubes) and each of those welded joints are a potential source of cracking and eventual failure. In addition the components on your scooter such as the lights, the engine and the wheel bearings are all subject to accelerated failure as a result of the vibrations induced by not having shock absorbers.
One other obvious benefit to gas scooter shock absorbers is their great looks. This Bladez Moby XL from Neo Scooters has a boss looking front end due to the long throw shocks it comes with. I recommend that you take a close look at the Bladez gas scooter line up at Neo Scooters; over half of their scooters come with shocks and are a great high performance unit. To find out which other gas scooters come with shocks go to our gas scooter comparison chart where you will find both a picture of the scooter and the notation of whether it has shocks or not. In less than a minute you can conduct a sort by the features you want.
You will find that those scooters indicating that they have shock absorbers front and back, typically will have what is called a mono-shock in the rear. To prevent the back end of the scooter from becoming disproportionately wide, the designers incorporated a single cylinder shock that sits right behind the foot deck, in the centerline of the scooter. This is a proven design that has gained wide acceptance in mountain bikes.
I would pay a premium to get a gas scooter that had shock absorbers, especially if I planned for it to be used off road, or had teen age kids (as I do) that no doubt would enjoy jumping it. It's a feature that will extend the life of the scooters components, makes for a more enjoyable ride, and looks great to boot.
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