The Scooter World Champions is just around the corner and we want to introduce you to the brands that will support the event.

Ethic DTC is a manufacturer of complete scooters and professional parts with a high quality standard. In a profit-driven environment, they have opted to reduce profit margins by betting on the development and spirit of the sport.

This brand works alongside renowned professional riders such as Johan Cajas, Robert McMoran, Alexis Letellier or Kevin Demay.

Blunt Envy is an Australian brand and company founded by BMX pro Dinny Spicer in 2009. Blunt Envy uses the same techniques to produce their high quality scooters today, which is one of the many reasons why you can be assured of the quality of their high-end products.

PROTO is a freestyle scooter company founded by Andrew Broussard in San Diego, California. Andrew grew up as an action sports enthusiast and with the advent of the new aluminum scooters in the early 2000’s began trying to emulate the freestyle tricks he idolized in many other action sports on this new medium.

After years of trial and error, refined designs and learned manufacturing skills, the world’s first freestyle scooter company, PROTO scooters, was born.

Native is a great specialist in the development of high-end scooter components and after 18 months of development they have created possibly one of the most complete scooters in the market, the Native Stem.

District Freestyle Scooter Co. was founded in as the pioneering brand of the modern freestyle scooter movement, setting the standard for scooter design, manufacturing and performance. Before District there was no brand on the market that offered custom freestyle scooter parts. District wrote the rules – others have only followed.

North Scooters is a Canadian company founded by riders for which any decision taken has been influenced by those who know about it. Noth is constantly searching for new innovations and materials that can disrupt the professional scooter industry.

Lucky is one of the original companies in the professional scooter scene. Today, Lucky continues to support riders, retailers and industry events to help advance our sport and attract new talent. Rider communities on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter make Lucky the most talked about pro scooter company in the world.

APEX Pro Scooters is an Australian company that designs and manufactures high quality, lightweight scooter products at our manufacturing facility on the Gold Coast. All our products are Australian made, and all components are manufactured on the latest multi-axis CNC machines, tried and tested by our professional team riders.

Striker Scooters is a manufacturer of premium parts and complete scooters. The Danish brand started out as a wheel manufacturer, but Striker scooter parts’ current selection of components includes everything you could need, from brakes and bearings to titanium bases and handlebars.

Longway scooters benefit from a long and deep experience in the freestyle scooter industry. They are pioneers in this field as their factory started producing the first freestyle scooters on the scene a long time ago.

They are the only brand in the whole scooter market that has their own factory. They can decide directly and react immediately without depending on third parties.

SkatePro is a tribe of professional action sports enthusiasts working with the mission to support and contribute to the development of the scooter, inline skate, skateboard, BMX, surf and winter sports universe. SkatePro was founded in 1996 and has grown to become one of the leading action sports stores in Europe.

This brand strives at all times to continue to lead the action sports landscape and to be loyal to our community. They want to contribute and be part of your best experiences through honesty, professionalism and sharing a relentless obsession for action sports.

These are the official schedules in the different time slots in the main capitals of the world. You will be able to follow all the finals on the official youtube channel of Urban World Series.