Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city with SwiftyAIR MK2. Built for off road trails, jumps and dirt riding, take your scooter on any terrain.
SwiftyAIR MK2 weighs 8.7kg and has a max load of 150kg.
It features 16” 36 spoke wheels with double wall rims, with high performance Maxxis tyres.
The bars are BMX cross style 600mm wide, with front and rear V-brakes.
Equally at home along urban canal paths, country lanes or the rocky mountain trails. SwiftyAIR can handle all terrain.
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Lightweight aluminium 6061 T6 frame and steel front forks.
Tektro V brakes at front and rear.
Super strong and fast alloy hubs, sealed cartridge bearings.
Stainless steel spokes, 36 per wheel.
Jetset double wall rims, 16 inch (305mm ETRTO)
Maxxis high performance tyres, Hookworm tread, 16 inch (305mm ETRTO)
Handlebars, Alloy, BMX cross style, width 600mm.
Fully integrated threadless headset 1 - 1/8 inch, sealed cartridge bearings
Aluminium deck with full grip tape L400 x W140mm
Length 1375mm, Width 145mm (excluding handle bar width 620mm), Height 1000mm
Max load 150kg
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Swifty Scooters was founded by design duo Camilla and Jason Iftakhar in 2011. Their vision is rooted in a shared passion for human powered transport and a shared spirit of adventure. Swifty soon became their antidote to the stress and pace of 21st century life, offering freedom to go anywhere, to beat queues without rushing, to move without following.
Through the power of design and engineering, Swifty is now known for manufacturing the most beautiful and innovative adult scooters in this emerging market. Swifty has already been endorsed by high profile collaborations, notably The Conran Shop (London and Paris) and Paul Smith (worldwide). Swifty Scooters now offer custom painted frames, which are hand finished in Swifty HQ in Salford, UK.
GQ Magazine, March 2012 "when traffic is glacial, trains overloaded and exercise time at a premium, kick scooters are an appealing alternative for city commuters."