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Established in 1991, Seven Star Sports is a privately owned Ontario registered company in Canada. In the early 90's after researching the sporting good industry, the founders of the company turned thier attention to health and fitness. Due to the rapid growth of this market, accidents relating to sports also sharply increased.

After this research Seven Star Sports commenced R&D to develop a new line of safety helmets for the cycling and inline skating industry. Early 1994 seen the design and completion of 4 helmet lines that had been developed. All the regulatory approvals CSA, ANSI and ASTM have been received and commercial production commenced February 1995. The rest is history. The company was now a 100% dedicated to manufacturing & distribution of helmets. Subsequently other lines were added such as sports gloves, protective wear, ball items (soccer balls, basketballs, footballs) and skateboards. We have been at the forefront of new products.

Being at the forefront of new products allowed us to introduce the folding push scooter back in 1999. From there we introduced motorized electric scooters. We introduced a mini e-scooter (motorized folding scooter). From there we launched a full size E-Scooter with a seat, horn, pedals. Then naturally from there we launched out our E-Bike. A full size motorized and battery operated bicycle. NOW IN 2016 WE LAUNCH OUR MOST INNOVATIVE NEW PRODUCT. THE 2 WHEEL MOTORIZED 7STAR CHIC E-GLIDDER. APPROVED TO THE NEW UL2272 & UL2271 STANDARD. A PRODUCT FOR EVERYONE YOUNG AND OLD.

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Info

  • Warranty
  • Product Warranty
  • All of our products come with a 30 day warranty. For exact warranty information click on the product for full warranty information.
  • Jan 2016
  • Testing
  • Product Testing & Standards
  • All of our products undergo strict quality control testing to the highest standards available. We test before production and after production using independent 3rd party testing labs. All tests conducted on the products are designed to meet government regulations along with Seven Star Sports own set of criteria. By testing before and after production we can eliminate defective products (Pre-Test) and correct any problems that may arise (After-Test). Safety Standards Available: CSA, CPSC, ASTM , TUV, CE
  • Jan 2016
  • Promotional Products
  • Promotional and Private Label (OEM)
  • Seven Star Sports produces promotional products and private label brands. We offer OEM production for many of our products. Contact us for full details. We produce to your specific needs. We can also produce special items as per customer's request. (example: we have produced a promotional 36 inch Soccer ball for one of our customers under their own brand).
  • Jan 2016
  • Retailers
  • Independent and Chain Stores
  • Retailers: We offer products to retailers from national chain stores to many independents. For pricing and info please contact us - sales@sevenstarsports.com
  • Jan 2016
  • Safety Tips - Helmets
  • "AVOID THE PAIN - PROTECT YOUR BRAIN! - DON'T HIT THE ROAD WITHOUT ONE!"
  • Statistics show that 85 % of all head injuries related to cycling can be PREVENTED by wearing a helmet. Also more and more Provinces, States and other countries have laws making it mandatory to wear a helmet when cycling. All helmets offered meet CPSC (Consumer Products Safety Commission -USA) standards. Tips: ● Inspect your helmet regularly for signs of wear or damage. ● Exercise care and good judgment whenever you use helmet. ● Don't wear a helmet that's been in an accident. ● Don't wear someone else's helmet or lend your helmet out. ● Don't wear anything hard or sharp under your helmet. ● Don't take unnecessary risks just because you're wearing a helmet. ● Helmets have a limited life span of use (3 to 5 years)!
  • Jan 2016
  • Scooter Safety
  • Safety Tips - Scooters
  • Safe scooter riding: Why are children vulnerable to injuries while riding a scooter? The contributing factors associated with injury while riding a scooter include children riding on road ways, uneven ground, inability to avoid obstacles and performing risky manoeuvres. See more at: http://www.parachutecanada.org Advice from the American College of Emergency Physicians is that your child wear a helmet whenever riding a scooter. Helmets reduce the risk of head injury by as much as 85 percent. Children have enjoyed foot-propelled scooters for decades, and today's scooters-with their sleek designs and fast wheels-have made a comeback in popularity. But these so-called toys are not as harmless as they may seem. "Today's scooters go very fast, so the possibility of a child losing control greatly increases," said Greg Walker, M.D., of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP). "Any sort of device that puts children on wheels and allows them to move quickly sets them up for injury." Each year, thousands of children under age 15 are rushed to the emergency department with scooter-related injuries and the numbers are on the rise. The good news is that the majority of these injuries are preventable if safety measures are followed. ACEP provides the following tips on scooter safety to help prevent serious injury to your child: www.emergencycareforyou.org
  • Jan 2016
  • Safety Tips - Bikes
  • Safety Tips - Bike Safety
  • Sizing your bike: Whether you're choosing a touring, sport, mountain or a hybrid bicycle, it should fit properly making it easy to control, comfortable to ride and not hurt your knees when pedaling. Check these important fitting points on your bicycle. Frame Size - You should be able to stand flat-footed over your bike's frame (top tube) without your crotch touching it, between 2 to 5 centimeters of space. For a woman's frame bike, sit on the seat. The base of the seat should be at least 5 centimeters above the seat tube when the tips of both feet touch the ground. Seat and Handlebar Height Adjustment - When you sit on the seat with your heels on the pedals, your legs should be almost straight at the bottom of the stroke of the pedal stroke. In a normal riding position your weight should be evenly balanced, allowing you to rest your hands lightly on the handlebars. Your handlebar stem and seat post must be at least 5 centimeters into the frame. Both usually have a mark that indicates the maximum extension point. Longer seat posts and stems are available if you need them. Always carry a quality bicycle lock when riding and always lock your bike to something solid, even if you are going to leave it for a second. ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET! For More information on Bike Safety: Visit: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/
  • Jan 2016
  • New Products
  • E-Glider -- E-Bikes
  • We will be launching the E-Glider in early 2016. The 2 wheel electric powered scooter will be the most sought after product in 2016. Also our new line of E-Bikes with new technology will be launched. Check back mid 2016 for product info.
  • Feb 2016

Our History

1991

Our 1st Bike Helmet

1992

Our 1st Toddler Helmet

1995

1st World Flag Soccer Ball

1999

1st Folding Push Scooter

2000

1st motorized mini E-Scooter

2000

New 3 Wheel Glider

2000

New Mega Wheel

2000

1st Full size E-Scooter

2000

1st Protective Wear Set

2001

New Detachable Inline Skates

2001

1st E-Bike

2002

1st 31" x 8" Skateboard

2003

1st Mini 17" x 5" Skateboard

2003

New 9.5 inch Fun Ball

2003

1st Tennis Set

2005

1st Ski Helmet

2008

New Hockey Helmets

2010

New Design Ski Helmet

2012

New In-Mould Toddler Helmet

2015

2 Wheel E-Glider

2016

New E-Bike Launch