Lucky Scooters & Parts
Lucky is one of the original companies in the pro scooter scene. Today, Lucky continues to support riders and industry events to help advance our sport and attract new talent. Rider communities on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter make Lucky the most talked about pro scooter company in the world.
ORIGINAL PRO SCOOTER PLAYER
Lucky has been a leading player on the pro scooter scene since 2008 when we started to make custom parts in a garage in Sammamish, Washington. They came to be known as a maker of high-quality aftermarket scooter parts, and rapidly gained a loyal following.
NEXT GEN OF PRO SCOOTER PARTS AND RIDERS
The next generation of Lucky represents a breakthrough in the industry. They continuing to innovate, promote the sport, nurture riders, invest in the industry, and create future opportunities for riders to find careers in the sport they love.
Lucky Scooters are proud to say they have a team full of top professional scooter riders, all masters of their craft and unique in their riding style. They constantly strive to push the boundaries on high-quality, freestyle scooters and hope to one day bring the sport to the masses so the world can appreciate our art form.
Since the beginning, Lucky has been first and foremost about riders. In the early days, their team riders traveled to events like SD1 and CooterCon, back when Lucky, Proto, Phoenix, and MaddGear were among the very few companies in the game.
Over the years, as the industry has grown, they graduated many of the sport’s talented riders. Today, their legendary Pro team is stacked with elite riders, including World Champions. Lucky's title and Flow teams are talent factories for the rising generation of rippers, street demons, and future world champions. All their team riders continue to compete at events, travel to street jams, coach at scooter camps (Woodward, Ohio Dreams), and tour the world to demo their skills.
Since the early days, Lucky have prided them selves on innovative designs. As the first company to release an aftermarket CNC-machined scooter deck and one-piece forks, they learned through trial and error what it takes to build unbreakable parts. Today, Lucky are working with the best manufacturers, industrial designers, engineers, and urban illustrators from around the world to create products that are amazing to ride, functionally superior to anything on the market, and works of art.