Swifty Scooters founder, Jason Iftakhar riding SwiftyAIR down this rocky MTB trail! Amazing scenery at Glen Coe, Scotland.
Probably for this sort of trail, a full suspension downhill Mountain Bike would be the usual choice, but Jason handles his SwiftyAIR with ease downhill riding the Scottish Highlands, and it’s great fun – much needed escape from SwiftyHQ, and into the fresh mountain air!
SwiftyAIR is built with a CroMO steel frame, with socket welded joints for ultimate strength. Tested to a 400kg load weight, it is built to withstand any slamming around, and featuring double wall rims, and cross style BMX grade 22″ bars. The deck is birch plywood with full grip tape, and designed to have a narrow profile to enable cornering at speed. The deck height is 120mm with a clearance of 75mm, a perfect balance between kicking comfort, and ground clearance. The handle bar height of 84cm from the ground is low for speed and aggressive riding, comfortable when keeping your centre of gravity low to the ground. Pneumatic tyres for all-terrain riding. Happy days!