AO Streets Jacket
Available now and featuring a 100% nylon shell with water proof coating, antique brass eyelets and 6-snap front closure, drawstring closure at bottom opening and elastic cuffs. The AO Graffiti s ...
The Stealth 4 is a true pro scooter: It comes with 125 mm wheels, 5” wide deck (126 mm), forged aluminum fork and SCS clamp with Standard bars and 83 degree headtube angle. Most of AO&r ...
The proven AO Delta complete is now available in fresh design and new color ways. With a new reinforced Chromoly fork, lightweight aluminum wheels, integrated grind rails and an all flat bottom ...
James Graham is putting the new Stealth 4 to the test: 5” wide, 83 degree headtube angle, 125 mm wheels, forged aluminum fork, SCS clamp.
Edit by Bryan Hillman
The all new AO team will be announced Nov 23, 14. Stay tuned.
The Stealth 4 is a true pro scooter: It comes with 125 mm wheels, 5” wide deck (126 mm), forged aluminum fork and SCS clamp with extra large Standard bars and 83 degree headtube angle.
Tristan Anderman putting the Delta 4 to the test
The proven AO Delta complete is now available in fresh design and new color ways. With a new reinforced Chromoly fork, lightweight aluminum wheels, integrated grind rails and an all flat bottom the Delta 4 is perfect for both street and park. To this day, AO are the only decks on the market to offer adjustable brake which allows the use of 110, 120 and 125 mm wheels. AO’s U-shaped welding technology and forged neck makes the Delta 4 literally indestructible.
- Forged neck
- Chromoly fork (threadless)
- Adjustable brake (125 mm ready)
- Integrated Headset Compression (IHC)
- Raptor triple clamp
- Steel bar with gussets (standard size)
- Fully integrated
- High precision Titen headset bearings
- Spoked 110 mm aluminum wheels
Richie Cook -- AO Squad
Young killer Richie Cook is the latest addition to the AO Squad team. This edit put him on the map:
Joncolin Senka is the sensation of the year. Growing up with BMX riders in scooter nowhere land he had nobody to look up to and had to reinvent each trick by himself. This explains why he has such a huge variety of unique and first-try tricks which provided a fresh look at many contests in 2016. Not surprisingly judges respected his approach and he ended up with an impressing list of victories and top 10 placements:
Dallas, TX: ISA 9th
Chino, CA: US Finals, 2nd
Austin, TX: Street Jam, 1st
Chicago, IL, Asylum contest: 1st
Chicago Street Jam, winner of 1 spot