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Dirt-Dawg Scooter

By: Simon

Okay peeps, it's time to toss aside that flimsy collapsible scooter which all the other chumps on the street are riding, and take a spin on the Dirt-Dawg Scooter from Diggler. It's part bicycle, part skateboard and the ultimate in free-wheeling fun.

The Dirt-Dawg's rugged features include bigger tires and a larger riding platform for a faster, safer and more comfortable ride. The Dirt-Dawg has front suspension forks to make riding over bumps on the sidewalk much smoother, and powerful mountain bike brakes to give you more control. No more trying to slam your foot to the ground to avoid running into old ladies, oncoming traffic or your neighbor's cat. That means fewer crashes and less road rash.

The Dirt-Dawg Scooter is the next stage in the evolution of scootering and definitely has the bite to back up its bark. You can jump on a Dirt-Dawg for $150 US. For more info on the Dirt-Dawg and other mountain scooters, head to www.diggler.com.

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