Flying High Like a Hawk: Fuzion Sets Lofty Goals and Releases the Spencer Hawk H2 and H4 Freestyle and Carving Scooters

Spencer Hawk and Fuzion introduce the latest in next generation scooters with sleek new designs and maximum attitude.

Emeryville, CA, July 24, 2009 --( Spencer Hawk is no stranger to the world of action sports. Whether he’s surfing waves in San Diego or skateboarding with Tony, style, performance and originality are all things that run in the Hawk bloodline- now Spencer and Nextsport's Fuzion scooter line ( carry over those traditions to bring consumers the ultimate in freestyle and carving scooters. Whether it’s the Fuzion Spencer Hawk H2 or Fuzion Spencer Hawk H4 scooter that Spencer rides, he knows it’s the best. Because when it comes to excellence, it all runs in the family.

In recent years, skateboarding and other major action sports have outpaced the growth of traditional team sports such as baseball or football. Names like Tony Hawk, Travis Pastrana and Shaun White have become household names. But just as skateboarding and BMX have morphed into the mega-attractions of today, alternative action sports are exploding onto the scene driven by the resourceful and often chaotic minds of its youth.

Thus freestyle scooter riding was born and has since flourished. Attracted by the innovation and uniqueness of Fuzion scooters, Spencer Hawk quickly became a fan and follower of the Fuzion brand. Just as Spencer was the son of the legendary Tony Hawk, freestyle scooter riding was birthed from a mixture of the skateboard and BMX worlds- the next step was easy.

Driven by the performance and quality standards of Spencer Hawk and his family, the H2 and H4 were developed to provide the ultimate in next generation scooters. With edgy new looks and superior materials, both scooters are guaranteed to out shine the average 2-wheel scooter.

The Fuzion Spencer Hawk H2 is the first freestyle scooter to hit the market. With a lightweight aluminum frame and wide polymer deck, this scooter is no slouch around the neighborhood or in the local skateparks. An aggressive fresh look, custom solid core wheel technology and one-piece alloy bars lend to exceptional ride quality and competition ready durability- perfect for entry into the inaugural Fuzion “Raise the Gnar” Freestyle Scooter Competition Tour beginning in July.

According to Ed Dua, president of Nextsport, “Spencer Hawk represents a new generation of participants in the action sports arena. The H2 and H4 products will shed new light on an up and coming genre and help exemplify the traditions and quality standards associated with the Fuzion brand and Hawk name.”

Not to be outdone by its 2-wheel brethren, the Fuzion Spencer Hawk H4 builds on current Fuzion 4-wheel Steering Technology (FST). With 4 oversized cast urethane wheels and a floating axle design the Spencer Hawk H4 offers the ultimate in road hugging, ground slicing, street carving abilities. Integrated pro rubber grips, 360° rotation allow for maximum trick potential for athletes of any caliber.

The Spencer Hawk H2 and H4 will also be available to test and see in action at Fuzion’s inaugural “Raise the Gnar” Freestyle scooter competition tour ( This 5-city circuit will feature the best freestyle scooter riders in the world competing for the crown. All competition winners will be receiving the Spencer Hawk scooter of their choice.

Both the Fuzion Spencer Hawk H2 and the Fuzion Spencer Hawk H4 will be available at all major retailers including Walmart, Toys R Us and Sports Authority for $49.99 and $59.99 respectively.

About NextSport Inc.
Founded in 2004, Nextsport designs, develops, and manufactures innovative action sports products. The company's flagship product line, the Fuzion performance scooter, is sold in a wide range of sporting good, specialty and mass retailers including Walmart, Dicks Sporting Goods, Toys“R”Us, Sports Authority, Amazon and Target stores. Nextsport is a privately owned company based in Emeryville, CA. For more information about Nextsport Inc. and Fuzion scooters please visit

Darren Yuen