We recommend that the minimum safety requirements worn when riding a Freerider are enclosed shoes and a helmet. As well as this, knee pads and wrist guards can also be worn as an extra form a protection.
Children should always be carefully trained and supervised by an adult. Equipment should always be properly inspected before each use and should not be used if any parts are worn, damaged, missing, loose, or badly maintained. To minimize the chance of injury, stay within your abilities and always wear the recommended protective equipment. Freeriding action pictured in magazines, catalogs, websites, videos, etc are for display purposes only and should only be attempted by those with proper training. See Warranty Policy for more information.
We recommend that you regularly maintain and clean your equipment to keep it working at an optimum level. See our youtube link on instructions for cleaning.
We do not recommend that you ride your Freerider around sand or gravel. Please see cleaning instructions to keep your Freerider in tip top condition.