> I am a retailer and am interested in stocking Envy – how do I get an account?
> How do I get Sponsored by Envy Scooters?
> Can I get free stuff off you?
> Can you come and do a demo at our skate park?
> What are Envy parts made of?
> Does Envy make their parts themselves?
> What’s the best website to get news about Scooters?
> Can I order custom high bars?
> I am missing my complete owners manual where can i get one?
I am a retailer and am interested in stocking Envy – how do I get an account?
Please contact the office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the necessary forms to set up an account and to get your Envy stock fast!
How do I get Sponsored by Envy Scooters?
Hit the Spono Link on our front page and enter your details. We are always open to taking on new riders, just ensure you tell us about yourself, the type of rider you are and, if you can, include a Video or YouTube link of yourself riding.
Note: Sorry if we don’t get back to you right away as we have many applications to go through.
Can you come and do a demo at our skate park?
If we could go to every skate park, WE WOULD!! We release dates of demos via our Facebook page and with any luck we will be visiting you soon.
What are Envy parts made of?
We only use the best! The main metals we use are 6061-T6 Aluminium and 4130-T4 Cro-mo. These are the same materials you find in high-end BMX bikes. The Polyurethane used in our wheels is our own secret advanced mix and is not found on any other wheels on the market.
Does Envy make their parts themselves?
Yes! We have a large technical team that is dedicated to manufacturing the highest quality parts. The only product we don’t make is the Battle Headsets.
Can I order custom high bars?
Sorry we do not take orders for Custom bars. Bar heights we do are 550mm and 500mm high.
I am missing my complete owners manual where can i get one
Click Here to download the Manual
How to play SCOOT with your Battle headset.
We all know the game of Hang Man where each time you miss a letter you get a line. Well SCOOT is like that but the other way around. You challenge your friends by spinning the handle bar and whatever trick it lands on you then both need to cleanly preform the trick, The game gets harder after you both spin 5 times, from then you need to spin twice and link the 2 tricks together.. E.g. Whip + 360. If you or your challenger can not complete the trick you then get a letter with the aim to spell SCOOT.. the one that spells SCOOT first loses.