Crussis Scooters

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“Smooth, Fluid Motion” is the expression that best describes the experience of riding a CRUSSIS scooter.

It’s not just for exercise, or only for recreation—IT’s a LIFESTYLE.

You can ride scooters almost anywhere you can imagine…You can use it as easily for shopping as you could for intensive physical training…You can ride alone, with the family, or with a group of friends…You can ride off on a big holiday adventure or just ride to the park with the kids.

The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.

Reasons to Scooter

Scooter vs Bicycle


Scooter riding uses healthy and natural movement. When you pedal an ordinary bike, only the lower portion of your body is actively involved, while the torso, hands, arms, neck and shoulders are mostly stationary and tense, which can lead to back and neck pain and stress on the hands (which may cause “cyclists’ palsy”), wrists and elbows (ulnar nerve damage). Riding a scooter, you use all of these body parts more naturally and with less stress, and you eliminate chafing and bruising of your bottom caused by the bicycle seat! Scooters are far more effective whole-body exercise. In addition to working the muscles of the lower extremities, it effectively includes the back, abdomen, chest and other muscles. A scooter is more flexible and allows you to react faster to obstacles in the urban bustle. When you get stuck in a crowd and can’t go farther, you can simply step off and walk – much more easily than you can from an ordinary bike. Stepping back on the footboard is just as easy. You can go as slow as you wish. You can turn on a dime and you won’t obstruct the flow of traffic. Also, you don’t have to keep throwing your leg over the seat or frame when getting on and off. A scooter is more manageable for parking, transportation and storage. It’s much easier to handle, thanks to its lower weight and simpler design. All its dimensions are smaller and there is no need to deal with the pedals and the seat when storing it. Both the front and rear wheels can be taken off quickly thanks to the quick-lock fasteners, which makes the scooter even easier to store. A scooter is much easier to maintain. No chain, no gears, no pedals or crank! Just a simple, elegant, efficient ride. Scooters naturally more maneuverable than an ordinary bicycle and there is much less possibility of falling. Also, because it is such a simple machine with fewer parts, scooters cost much less to buy and to maintain than an ordinary bicycle of comparable quality.




Scooter vs Skates


You don’t need special boots for a scooter. You can kick merrily along in normal shoes. Also, many places won’t allow skates and the process of changing into and out of them is time-consuming and annoying if you have to do it several times during an outing. You don’t worry about riding too fast through curves on a scooter, you can slow down safely and easily. CRUSSIS scooters have brakes that operate like ordinary bike brakes. With a scooter you can go into rough terrain. Smooth asphalt is the best surface for a city scooter but, unlike skates, it easily manages a little rough pavement or most railroad crossings (be careful and cross at a right angle to the tracks!). Heavy duty scooters manage rough forest trails or countryside terrain as well as mountain bikes.




Scooter vs Running


Scooters are much easier on your joints. When running, you repeatedly and jarringly transfer all your body weight onto just one foot, ankle, leg, knee and hip. That creates huge stress for the joint system. On a scooter that stress is minimal as your body weight is evenly distributed between your standing leg and your body leaning on the handlebars. Jolting impact on your joint system is virtually non-existent. Your body is not under constant stress on a scooter. You can regulate the level of your work load more easily on a scooter. You can vary the intensity of your kicks or you can just stand on the scooter and rest while going downhill.





HIGHEST QUALITY COMPONENTS

To make riding CRUSSIS scooters as easy, safe and comfortable as possible, we only use brand name components of worldwide manufacturers such as SHIMANO, TEKTRO, SR SUNTOUR, SCHWALBE, MITAS and others that guarantee high quality and long, reliable service.
CRUSSIS frames are designed and manufactured to meet rigid specifications and close tolerances and we choose only high-quality components that will provide you with long service and safe, efficient operation. Every scooter is assembled and inspected at our facility in the Czech Republic before being partially disassembled and securely packed in a heavy-duty carton for shipping. When it arrives at its destination, final assembly is quick and simple for the customer or for a local bike mechanic.

UNIQUE DESIGN OF CRUSSIS SCOOTERS

CRUSSIS scooters are designed both for beginners and for the most demanding advanced users. Our innovative frame design combines a shorter wheelbase for nimble handling with advanced geometry to aid control at higher speeds. Riders will also appreciate our longer footboards, which make foot changes and downhill positioning much more comfortable and efficient. Also important is the CRUSSIS combination of light weight and frame rigidity, achieved by providing special reinforcement at the most highly-stressed points of the frame. Cabling is routed inside the frame and under the footboard, to keep it safe and out of the way.

HAND CRAFTED

Most bicycle and scooter frames, today, are manufactured in huge factories in Asia. CRUSSIS scooter frames are proudly manufactured by European craftsmen and craftswomen in the Czech Republic. They benefit from our special expertise and from our experience in building bicycles and electric bikes. We are proud of them and we are confident you will be proud to own and ride them.
At CRUSSIS, we pay close attention to everything from the earliest design concept to the last final details of each product. One of our most distinctive features is that our bikes come in bright, coordinated and head-turning color schemes. When you ride a CRUSSIS scooter, you don’t only get a great ride, you get a great look, as well!
From the beginning of our design process through every stage of production and up to the last staple in the shipping box, we work to ensure that every CRUSSIS model is unique and perfectly suited for its intended use and that every single scooter we make is as perfect and as reliable as we can make it.

PATENTED TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS

We employ unique solutions and inventions on our CRUSSIS scooter to make them the very best they can be. From the overall design to special technical details of the frame and footboard, these special features are patented and protected throughout Europe and the USA.

Quality Manufacturing & Innovative Design

CRUSSIS is a team of scooter and bicycle enthusiasts who manufacture scooters that bring our customers exciting adventures and satisfaction!
We manufacture sport scooters with the highest level of ride-ability. CRUSSIS scooters are precisely manufactured and equipped with components of the highest quality, for short trips or day-long rides, as well as long-distance rides undertaken by seasoned atheletes.

Duels Between Sports

Scooter vs Bicycle


Scooter riding uses healthy and natural movement. When you pedal an ordinary bike, only the lower portion of your body is actively involved, while the torso, hands, arms, neck and shoulders are mostly stationary and tense, which can lead to back and neck pain and stress on the hands (which may cause “cyclists’ palsy”), wrists and elbows (ulnar nerve damage). Riding a scooter, you use all of these body parts more naturally and with less stress, and you eliminate chafing and bruising of your bottom caused by the bicycle seat! Scooters are far more effective whole-body exercise. In addition to working the muscles of the lower extremities, it effectively includes the back, abdomen, chest and other muscles. A scooter is more flexible and allows you to react faster to obstacles in the urban bustle. When you get stuck in a crowd and can’t go farther, you can simply step off and walk – much more easily than you can from an ordinary bike. Stepping back on the footboard is just as easy. You can go as slow as you wish. You can turn on a dime and you won’t obstruct the flow of traffic. Also, you don’t have to keep throwing your leg over the seat or frame when getting on and off. A scooter is more manageable for parking, transportation and storage. It’s much easier to handle, thanks to its lower weight and simpler design. All its dimensions are smaller and there is no need to deal with the pedals and the seat when storing it. Both the front and rear wheels can be taken off quickly thanks to the quick-lock fasteners, which makes the scooter even easier to store. A scooter is much easier to maintain. No chain, no gears, no pedals or crank! Just a simple, elegant, efficient ride. Scooters naturally more maneuverable than an ordinary bicycle and there is much less possibility of falling. Also, because it is such a simple machine with fewer parts, scooters cost much less to buy and to maintain than an ordinary bicycle of comparable quality.




Scooter vs Skates


You don’t need special boots for a scooter. You can kick merrily along in normal shoes. Also, many places won’t allow skates and the process of changing into and out of them is time-consuming and annoying if you have to do it several times during an outing. You don’t worry about riding too fast through curves on a scooter, you can slow down safely and easily. CRUSSIS scooters have brakes that operate like ordinary bike brakes. With a scooter you can go into rough terrain. Smooth asphalt is the best surface for a city scooter but, unlike skates, it easily manages a little rough pavement or most railroad crossings (be careful and cross at a right angle to the tracks!). Heavy duty scooters manage rough forest trails or countryside terrain as well as mountain bikes.




Scooter vs Running


Scooters are much easier on your joints. When running, you repeatedly and jarringly transfer all your body weight onto just one foot, ankle, leg, knee and hip. That creates huge stress for the joint system. On a scooter that stress is minimal as your body weight is evenly distributed between your standing leg and your body leaning on the handlebars. Jolting impact on your joint system is virtually non-existent. Your body is not under constant stress on a scooter. You can regulate the level of your work load more easily on a scooter. You can vary the intensity of your kicks or you can just stand on the scooter and rest while going downhill.





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