Latest Ryan Ruegg deck from North Scooters!
From North Scooters:
"Ryan Ruegg Also known as Badgerclit really needs no introduction, he has been a part of North for what feels like as long as we can remember. Ryan is a key member of not only our team but the scooter community in general, always providing great content (choppy insta vids), Timeless video parts and keeping things interesting with his unique personality, we are lucky to have him around and happy to be putting out another deck with his name on it.
Ryan on his graphic:
The inspiration for my graphic is from these old anime “plastik” anime as well as my eternal love for sailor moon. I think tribal designs are really tight and overall, the graphic turned out exactly how I wanted it to. It’s also sick that I was able to get someone within the community to design such a sick graphic. Shoutout Genis! I had seen that he had made some scooter illustrations in the past which I thought were sick. Anyways, when I was trying to think of who could execute an anime girl properly and if you ask me, he nailed it."
- 6061 T-6 aluminum
- 83.5° headtube angle
- 3D forged headtube
- 3° concave
- fully flat bottom
- cnc machined aluminum deck ends
- includes spacers to fit 30mm wheel
Ryan Ruegg Also known as Badgerclit has been riding for North for over a year now. Since joining the team, he has had a huge impact on the brand in many ways. From contributing new ideas, to filming trip videos, helping a lot with input on parts design and just being unreal on a scooter, Ryan has become a key part of our team at North. A signature deck has been a long time coming for Ryan and is something a lot of people have been waiting for, we are stoked to be the ones finally making it happen.
Ryan on his graphic:
The deck design just started with me having the general idea to incorporate birds in it somehow, because my Grandpa loves watching birds, it’s like his favorite thing. Luckily, I was able to link up with a long-time influence and inspiration jeff martin who’s known me since before I even scootered. I had the idea of doing the graphic on top instead of the classic bottom graphic, I also wanted to incorporate the hole for the back wheel. Therefore, we made that a mail truck which I thought looked really sick with jeffs take on it. The quote comes from just always dealing with change whether I like it or not change is always constant, sometimes you just need a reminder.
5.69” W x 22.69” L
6061 T-6 aluminum
83.5° headtube angle
3D forged headtube
fully flat bottom
cnc machined aluminum deck ends
includes spacers to fit 30mm wheel