The Best Trampoline Scooters and Skateboards for 2024 (Australia)

If you want to practice your moves, but don’t want to take the risk of falling off, trampoline scooters and skateboards are the perfect solution.

Featured Image: Vuly Skateboard Deck

Trampoline scooters and skateboards have been all the rage with kids over the last few years. They’re a great way to get kids outside, away from screens, and moving around in a fun way.

Trampoline scooters and skateboards are great for learning and practising new tricks in a safe environment.

Whether you’re a pro or a beginner, you’ll find that these popular trampoline accessories can help you improve your skills.

In this guide, we’ve listed our picks for the best trampoline scooters and skateboards on the market in Australia and answered some frequently asked questions.

Best Trampoline Scooter: Indo 670 Trick Scooter

The Indo 670 Trampoline Trick Scooter is the perfect scooter for any kid who wants to learn new tricks in a safe environment. It’s the mid-sized scooter in the Indo family and is best suited to kids aged 9 – 15.

The Indo 670 is super light and strong, so you can feel confident when trying new tricks. Its soft structure also means that when you land (or don’t land) a trick, it won’t hurt—and even better, it won’t damage your trampoline.

Our favourite part? The Indo 670 has sticky and soft handgrips so you don’t have to worry about losing your grip when you’re performing a trick.

Best Trampoline Skateboard: Vuly Trampoline Skateboard Deck

If you’ve got a budding skateboarder at home, then you know that it can be hard to find a safe place for them to practice their tricks.

Vuly’s Trampoline Skateboard Deck is the perfect solution. Vuly trampolines are some of the most popular in Australia and can be found in backyards all over the country.

This trampoline skateboard has the same features as a regular board, so kids can practise all their moves in a safer environment and build up confidence before trying them on the pavement.

It’s constructed from lightweight timber and coated in soft EVA foam, providing a balance between durability and safety.

Best for younger kids: Indo 570 Trick Scooter

The Indo 570 is Indo’s second smallest scooter. The handle bars are 10cm shorter than Indo 670’s, making this scooter ideal for kids aged 6 to 11.

Like the Indo 670, this trampoline scooter is super light and strong and is constructed from soft materials that won’t damage your trampoline.

This trick scooter is perfect for any aspiring freestyle rider who wants to learn new tricks at home before trying them out in the skatepark.

Best for teens and adults: Indo Pro Trick Scooter

The Indo Pro is Indo’s top-of-the-line trampoline scooter, designed for kids aged 12 years and older as well as adults.

The product is designed to be perfectly balanced for mid-air tricks. It’s made from super light and strong materials so you can jump, spin, whip, and flip with confidence.

The Indo Pro has a bigger, heavier deck and taller bars than other scooters in the Indo range. It’s made from super light and strong materials that can stand up to intense training sessions.

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Trampoline Scooters and Skateboard FAQ

What size trampoline scooter should I get?

The size of the scooter will depend on your height and age. Most brands make their scooters in different sizes so it’s important that you choose one that is suitable for you. Most brands have a size chart you can take a look at.

Can you use a trampoline scooter on the ground?

It is not recommended that you use a trampoline scooter on the ground as it could damage the deck and other components of your scooter. You should only use it on a trampoline or similar surface.

How tall is the Indo 570?

The Indo 570 is 60cm tall and the handlebars are 43cm wide. The scooter weighs 900g.

How much does an Indo scooter weigh?

Indo scooters vary in weight from 800g (Indo Bug) to 1.4kg (Indo Pro). The Indo 570 and 670 weigh 900g and 950g respectively.

Why use a trampoline skateboard?

Trampoline skateboards are great for practising skateboarding without the risk of injury. Trampolines skateboards make it easy to pop and control the board, allowing you to try technical tricks that you couldn’t otherwise

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