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New lines boost Razor portfolio

Re:creation introduces new Pro colour collection to stunt scooter range.
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Re:creation has bolstered the hit Razor line even further - introducing a collection of stunt scooters into the portfolio.

The colour versions of the Pro series are priced from £89.99 and have been tested by the current UK champions and Team Razor, the brand's own stunt group.

The series features lightweight, tough aluminium constructions with a rigid downtube and fixed handlebar designs.

The Razor Pro X (£89.99) is available in green/white and is suitable for children over eight. It is billed as the gateway into stunt scooter riding and has a double stacked head clamp for added strength and durability.

The new red/white Razor Pro XX (£109.99) consists of a super tough construction of 100 per cent aircraft-grade aluminium construction, smooth rolling 14 spoke wheels and rigid down tube and bar set up. It is designed for even the longest pavement and park sessions.

Finally, the Razor Pro III (pictured) is designed for more experienced stunt riders. It comes with alloy spoke wheels and triple clamp and is £129.99.

"The introduction of the new Pro colour line-up has been eagerly awaited amongst all fans of freestyle scootering," said Katy Fletcher, brand manager for the Razor line. "It's great to see the full Pro series now on sale, and we look forward to developing the range even more in the future."

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