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Happy Birthday to team shredder Cody!

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That last ISA qualifier event will be held this Saturday in Vancouver, Canada. Don't miss out on this one! 

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International rider update

Dear Readers,
A lot is happening with the international team right now. We wanted everyone to be informed on what exactly is going on so we decided to write this short update.
In case you weren’t aware, we’ve added two new international riders in the past couple months; Luis Guerra and Sam Hedman. Luis is from Barcelona, Spain and absolutely kills any tech trick or nose manual combo you give him while Sam is a park monster from Sweden.
 
As for some quick updates on all the competitions and stuff going down:
Sam Hedman will be at the ISA qualifier in Germany on April 30th
Flow rider Thomas Lee Cobb will also be in Germany on the 30th
Luis Guerra will be at the Paris street jam on Apri; 30th – May 1st
Lucky will be sponsoring a ton of smaller local events in several countires
Hope this helps clear up any questions you had about the international team and make sure you’re following us (click here) and Lucky UK on Instagram to keep up with everything.

Keep shredding,
Lucky
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Go, go, go, until you get the make!

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Congrats to JonMarco for taking first and Kiara for securing a spot in the top 50 for USA finals. 

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More Caleb clips for your feed! 


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Scooter grips removal/installation 

It’s come to our attention that we’ve never actually wrote a post like this. Sure you see videos of people doing this but we thought we’d try and put it into words for all you guys/girls.

Grips are one of those things that are really easy to take off and put on but many people don’t know the trick to it because they’ve never been told. If you want to learn how to take off grips/bar ends and put them back on, continue to read this post.
 (we say to use hairspray in this blog article but you could also use something like rubbing alcohol)

Taking them off

It’s most likely that you’ve gotten new grips and want to remove your old ones to install the new ones, so we’ll start with the removal piece first.
The first thing you have to do is take off your old bar ends (if you have any). What you want to do is grip the bar end very tightly with your hand and rotate it counter clockwise as you pull up on it. This will allow the bar end to slide up with ease. If the bar end won’t budge you’re going to want to replace your hand with a wrench and really squeeze that bar end as you pull it up. Once you’ve got those out its time to remove your old worn down grips. If you have an air compressor, removing grips and putting them on is nothing for you but were going to focus on the much more common way: hairspray. You’re going to want to find your moms old hairspray bottle and begin to pull back the grips (you can use a flat head screw driver to shove down beneath your grip if you want to have a bit bigger opening). Spray a little hairspray under the grips and begin to pull them off the bar as you twist them. Doing this will allow the grips to slide off with ease.

Putting grips and bar ends on

To put new grips on is basically the reverse order of taking them off. While the grips are still off the bars, spray a little bit of hairspray in the grips and let them soak for a quick minute. Next, all you have to do is just slide them on the bars while you twist them. They should go on really easy as long as you use a bit of effort and don’t give up. Your grips will have what we refer to as “throttle grip” (basically they just spin back and forth very easy and make it super difficult to ride) for about 12 hours so plan on not riding too hard that day or plan on doing it right before you go to sleep so they will be ready to go when you wake up in the morning. Now that your grips are on, the last thing you need to do is put the bar ends in. Line them up with the logo facing how you like and just take a rubber mallet and hit them until they go in (you can even push them in with your hand if you're strong enough). If you don’t have a rubber mallet you can use some hard concrete to get the job done. Just simply go into the street and treat the concrete like a mallet.

We hope this helped you if you were having trouble installing your grips or taking them off. For a video reference of what we just talked about, check this out - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8x3n6FGEos  
To buy the all new Lucky vicegrips, CLICK HERE!
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Derek breaking in his new complete just before Canada this weekend! #luckyscooter   #scootering  
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So so much steeze! Luis has been killing it lately. #luckyscooters   #scootering  
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Has double flair become the new flair?

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Jeremy flips his hair around & his scooter.

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Next weekend ATOWN park will be holding it's annual scooter jam. With TONS of sponsors and lots of parts to give out for FREE, you don't want to miss this event!

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