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Lucky Scooter LS Fork Review

Whether you are roaming about your neighborhood, parks or performing stunts, Lucky Scooter fork has got your scooter combined with a one-piece and threadless fork that easily opens up with a door of possibilities for your stunting or riding desires.

You will find a lot model of scooter forks on the market but many of them work with specific models. If you have scooters, then it is unlikely that you never heard the name of “Lucky Scooter”. In this product’s review, we will describe the simplest scooter forks of the market for you, which is Lucky forks.

Feature Analysis

1. 6061 series Aluminum

The 6061 series Aluminum alloy is designed for heavy duty task and used in cars, airplane, and other architectural applications. This material ensures good tensile strength and density at any temperature. The fork is resistant to corrosion and durable for this aluminum body.

2. Wide compatibility

As it has 10 mm offset, this fork is more controllable for performing stunts and high-speed rolling. This fits up to 120 mm wheels and compatible with HIC and SCS compression. Being threadless, you do not need to concern about the diameter of the fork, rather you can fit it with bolt and axel come with the fork.

3. Extremely Lightweight

The weight of the Lucky LS Fork is only 11.2 Ounce.  This fork does not have any threads and bond which it is why is lightweight. Moreover, the Fork is just as strong as other expensive available on the market.


  • Material 6061 grade aluminum alloy
  • Thickness of steer tube .125(Inches)
  • Length of steer tube 6 ½(Inches)
  • Weight 11.2 Ounce
  • Offset 10mm


  • Made from 6061 T6 aluminum
  • one-piece threadless fork
  • .125 inches thick Steer tube.
  • Compatible with HIC and SCS
  • compatible with wheels up to 120mm
  •  6 ½ inches long Steer tube.


  • Too big for IHC

Final Verdict

The Lucky Scooter LS Fork is slightly big for IHC compression system. This is fourth generation fork to support HIC and SCS compression systems. Before buying this fork, you must check its compatibility to avoid future hassles.

Lucky Scooter has released this fork for all the riders keeping various size and model in minds. As the bigger wheels become a trend for the recent market as bigger wheels generate more speed, you should buy a strong fork to support speed and size of wheels. Safe riding!

About the author

Colin Kint

I’m a professional skateboarder and have participated in most skateboarding competitions in San Francisco. I believe my innate passion for the sport drove me to pursue my career as a professional skateboarder.

Another reason I’ve got so good at it is because of my relentless practice sessions with my friends. As an environmental activist with an undergraduate law degree, I volunteer in different community awareness programs. I’m also into photography and do most of the photography for this site.

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