Flybar Ends Production of the Super Pogo

We have some unfortunate news to report today. We have confirmed that Flybar has ended production of the Super Pogo, essentially killing off the long-lasting staple of our sport. Although it has been branded differently with minor differences throughout the years, the same basic stick has been around since the beginning. At the beginning it started out as the Gravity Games Pogo Stick, which was the stick that started our whole sport for the most part. After a while, it was rebranded to the Super Pogo Stick, and made out of a slightly cheaper material, but still kept the same shape and was still used profusely. That was until AllPogo’s own Earl Pote started modifying the Super Pogo for his own Tech uses, and eventually started selling these upgraded models as the Signature Series Pogo Stick.

Gravity Games Pogo Stick (Left)
Super Pogo (Middle)
A One-Of-A-Kind Signature Series (Right)

At the time of writing this, we are currently in-between models, as Earl is winding down the Signature Series with the cancelation of the Super Pogo. Luckily, we have been hard at word fabricating our own replacement stick, the REAPER. More on that soon, but for now, here’s a sneak peek of our frame, using stock Super Pogo parts. Tech pogoing will have a new stick, made for pogoers, by pogoers. We are excited for this future!

REAPER frame prototype using Super Pogo upper pass and spring.