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Madd Gear Pro Base Model Scooter, Black

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  • Solid scooter with 4-inch wide reinforced alloy deck
  • BAMF slide-in brake system
  • 100mm MGP 12-spoke pro-core polyurethane wheels
  • Forged headtube for strength and durability
  • Recommended for 8 and older; 220-pound maximum user weight
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Madd Gear Pro Base Model Scooter, Black

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One of the most solid scooters on the market, the Madd Gear Pro scooter offers a 4-inch wide reinforced alloy deck and a BAMF slide-in brake system. Other features include a forged headtube for strength and durability, Krunk triple stacked clamp, 100mm MGP 12-spoke pro-core polyurethane wheels, ZXZ-C pro bearings, and reinforced MGP forks. It's complemented by the latest MGP squid grips. Maximum user weight of 220 pounds. Recommended for ages 8 and older.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 26.8 x 18.5 x 31.5 inches ; 9.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B004ZR2LMY
  • Item model number: 202-293
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,118 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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59 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Kiefer on June 6, 2012
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When the scooter arrived i put it together and rode it around. it was very smooth but the headset wasn't the fastest.I would recommend to put a lubricant on it to make it smoother. The wheels are not that good. Mine were already cracking about the 3rd day at the skate park.I also started to hear a really annoying squeaky noise and it was not from the bearings because i put brand new bearings in that day so you should probably get some nice metal cores. The forks are holding up nicely though. I would also recommend new grips because the mgp squid grips are really slippery when your hands get sweaty. The bars are okay despite the two pieces. You just have to tighten the clamp and the triple clamp is okay but comes loose so you have to keep that really tight.I would recommend to get a new clamp though. The scooter is pretty dialed but the only thing that really rattles is the brake.overall if you are a beginner going into scootering i would recommend this.
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46 of 52 people found the following review helpful By MADD_Man on July 16, 2012
From the top:

Grips: The grips are MGP Squid Grips. They work but they will get slippery if your hands get sweaty. 3.5/5.

Bars: The MGP 2 Piece Bars are not the best on the market, but if tightened fully, they will not slide around. Overall 3/5.

Clamp: The MGP Clamp is horrible; Worst clamp ever. It gets the job done if you never use it. 2/5.

Deck: The MGP Stock Deck is definitely the best thing on this scooter. They are, without a doubt, worth keeping. 4/5.

Fork: Once again, not the best, but worth keeping until you can afford Phoenix Forks. 3.5/5.

Wheels: The MGP 12 Spoke Plastic Core 100mm Wheels need to be the first thing you change. They work, but, after 3 weeks of riding my wheels were ruined. Metal cores are highly recommended. 2/5.

Brake: The MGP Fakie Brake is the 2nt best part on this scooter. Same as the deck, definitely worth keeping. 4/5
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Margaret D. Foley on June 30, 2014
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If your kid is serious about scootering than this is terrible. The grips,bars,wheels,headset, and clamp are awful. You will not be able to hold on to the grips if your hands are sweaty at all i had to replace mine with odi softies. The bars have the weird bike stem thing holding the bars on and there curved I replaced my bars with some district helmeri pirinen bars. Now the wheels there terrible too if you ride them for too long they start to make a really weird squishing noise almost like your riding on wet sand and they also grip so much they slow you down I replaced mine with yak mechanics. The clamp doesn't hold, the headset barely spins and needs tightening every 5 minuetes Im getting an integrated soon. the deck and the bearings are the only decent things that come on this scooter, even though the deck isn't flat on the bottom which makes it hard to do feebles, smiths and deckslides. Also the deck is REALLY heavy so it's hard to jump but it makes it easier to tailwhip. So overall this is great if your kid just wants to ride around and have fun but this scooter is terrible if your kid goes to the skatepark with it and wants to do tricks
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By marilza Guedes on January 8, 2013
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Purchase this product as gift was a little concern in how product would arrived it arrived in time and in excellent condition grandchild was very happy so was grandparents, recommend to anyone.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jessica Heeder on September 26, 2012
The MPG is pretty light weight. It comes with some awesome bearings so the ride is smooth. The tires have tough plastic rims. They survived me a whole year. The grip tape is great for a good grip. I have got the grip tape wet and still holds a good grip. Just the tires them self wear out fast. Great to take to the skate park. I take it there all the time. Awesome to do the coolest tricks ever. Good for beginner scooter riders. Cheap for a pro scooter.

The forks are strong they have not snap on me. The deck has not even cracked. But the two things i hate about this scooter is that the tires wear out too fast. And that the handlebars do not adjust. But overall this is a great scooter to own. Go and buy you a MGP Pro Scooter and enjoy!

About a year ago I bought a the Mgp Pro Scooter. When you first get the scooter all you have to do is assemble the handlebars. Then tighten a few bolts then you're ready to go! You can choose out of a couple of colors:Red, Orange, and Black. The scooter does not have adjustable handlebars. It is more meant for teens.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By HabitatTy on April 6, 2013
There are some very good things about this scooter but also some very bad things. The good parts on this scooter would be the clamp, forks, and wheels. The deck is okay. Its very sturdy but also very heavy (not very good for harder tricks). The brake is very noisy and loud after a little bit of use and isn't very strong. I snapped the brake after a month of riding. The headset is probably the worst part on this scooter. Its horrible. When its loose your scooter will spin very fast but it's very loud and makes an annoying noise that keeps your scooter from being dialed. When its tight its somewhat quiet but your scooter will not spin at all. It's a lose lose situation with the clamp so I suggest replacing it as soon as possible. The bars on the scooter are okay. They're kind of high in my opinion and get in the way sometimes. The bars will always move no matter how tight you make them. Any hard slam will move the bars forward or back and its very annoying having to adjust them all the time. I haven't had any problems with the clamp since I've gotten the scooter. The forks are good and they don't bend easily but they're not good for foot jams. The grips are pretty bad. They're good at first but after awhile they fall apart and get very slippery. Last but not least are the wheels/bearings. They spin very well and fit very well in the forks. They ride smoothly and are good for rollbacks. The only downside is that they're plastic core. They'll last you awhile but after a lot of hard slams they will shatter along with the bearings. If you don't ride too hard they'll last you awhile. Overall this is a fairly good scooter and i would give it a 6/10. Its good for beginners but once you start getting more advanced with your tricks I suggest buying new parts or a new scooter.
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