Working together to improve rider safety worldwide


It is important that the ISA is able to generate funds and invest into projects that support the growth of the sport. The membership fee has been set at just £100 for 2020. This is to ensure that the ISA can unite those businesses and organisations which are dedicated to safety. Together, we can then develop the membership accordingly and set out what 2021 and the future may look like.

THINGS WE CAN WORK ON TOGETHER: We have some plans and ideas, which we would like to discuss and develop with the guidance of our safety members. It is our mission to improve the safety of the sport for all riders including; beginners, competition riders, commuters and casual riders. Furthermore, to educate new riders on safety equipment, skatepark etiquette and other safety matters.

Please support our movement and sign up today!


ISA Safety Members play a vital role in developing a safer sport for the riders. Together the ISA and safety members will create campaigns designed to improve safety, encourage all riders to wear protective gear and to tackle important matters surrounding safety.

Help the ISA legitimize the sport and develop a safer world stage for the riders. Join us today!!

SAFETY - 2020

$$100for 2020
  • Work with the ISA to help create international safety standards and promotional campaigns
  • Logo added to ISA website (safety page) with recommendation and links to members website
  • Logo added to Let’s Go Scoot ( – Exclusive members opportunities
  • Opportunity to utilize ISA media platforms such as the website and social media*
  • Use of ISA members logo*
  • Involvement in ISA campaigns, promotions and fundraisers to support safety members
  • Invite to ISA meetings and votes
  • Updates on the sport and regular communication
  • Industry networking and support opportunities


For the ISA to recognise safety brands, products such as helmets must be certified.

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The objective of creating a safety membership is to create an alliance with those that specialise in safety and safety equipment, to tackle scooter related challenges together and seek new opportunities to help develop the safety of the sport and for commuting. There are a number of benefits. However, this is ongoing so at any point you can make suggestions to the ISA on how we can provide even more value.

Safety is n0 1 prority for the ISA. We are dedicated to promoting safety and creating a safer environment for the riders and scooter community.

Apart from being actively involved in helping the ISA develop a safer sport for the riders, there are huge marketing benefits for our members. These are listed on the relevant membership pages or available upon request.

Normally 12 months from the date of confirmation or as stated on the website.

We have many objectives but to keep it simple

  • Safety
  • Increase partisipation
  • Support the riders so that they can showcase their sport to the world
  • Develop a global infrastucture which supports the sport on national and local levels
  • To become recognised as a legitimate sport (and the worlds biggest wheeled sport)

We have designed a tier system so that memberships are bespoke depending on the membership type. All members have the same opportunities depending on which tier they choose. The ISA is impartial and will not be biased towards any member or rider.

Yes. However, subject to terms and conditions, and it depends whether the vote is a general vote or specific for the membership type.

The ISA tries to host 2 meetings a year and provides lots of communication throughout the year. Members have the opportunity to discuss key matters and together we create clear actions on how to progress. We do have a voting system with a majority rule system is in place. There are different types of votes as not all will be applicable. A member can also contact the ISA board at anytime to discuss any matters or to provide any suggestions or input.

The ISA board will announce votes and all members will be advised.

Yes. We must uphold high standards so the ISA have created some terms and conditions. The ISA is only interested in working and supporting those that value rider safety, wish to improve and develop the sport and can conduct their business and activity in a professional manor.

As an ISA member you will help us create and develop rules and regulations, standards and new terms and conditions. It is the ISA members and board of directors who have discussed and agreed on things such as a members code of conduct and sanctioning conditions for members. You can find more information here – terms.