For The Love Of The Game

A flipping good time with freestyle scootering

Stunts can range from jumping off ramps to gravity-defying flips. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
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SINGAPORE - Using a scooter consisting of bicycle parts and rollerblade wheels, a 15-year-old Muhd Nur Putra Shahfiq Anuar would spend hours learning tricks at skate parks.

With few options for scooters that could be used to perform stunts in 2010, he relied on online tutorials to turn his scooter, which was meant for cruising, into one that would be able to withstand the impact of acrobatic landings of freestyle scootering.

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