The Hunter Scooter look originated in the alleyways and chop shops of Tokyo in the
early 2000's, where ‘originality defined character’. These little bareboned scooters were transformed into street beasts: with the addition of extension arms on the drivetrains, dropped suspension, cut off sports exhausts, front foot pegs for the cruiser look and, most importantly, a fat piece of rubber on the rear.
These bikes set back their owners loads of cash in customisation. The first expense was
their original purchase, which in most cases was in the form of a 50cc Ruckus or Zoomer platform. As customisation became more widespread, the availability of modifications for
this type of scooter grew. Manufacturers were offering so many parts, spares and tweaks, bike owners were spending up to three times their original investment on parts to modify and separate their scooter from the pack. They look great, but took a lot of funds and
hard work to get there.
Hunter wanted to create something just as mean, but at an affordable price that has ‘street cred’ straight outta the crate. The Hunter Scooter has been many years in the making and we’ve been through many lengthy stages of research and development to get the fine tuning just right. Luckily enough, we have been able to source a great quality manufacturer with an output of 100,000 bikes a year, plus a state-of-the-art factory with high levels of quality control at international standards, has allowed us to bring you the Hunter. We couldn’t
be more excited about now being able to offer this incredibly cool bike, the
first bike of its kind into Australia.