District has been in the game since it started and they know how to make a great scooter. The C050 is a solid entry level scooter for the advanced beginner to intermediate rider. It's probably going to be a little too big for the youngest beginner riders but is perfect for the 8 - 10 year old looking to get into the scooter game. Featuring pro scooter parts like mini HIC compression and an integrated headset, the C050 is ready to start shredding right out of the box. District has upped the game with 28mm wide wheels, increasing grip for those adventurous riders who are looking to catch some air. Quick note with the wheels - while the PU is 28mm wide, the core is 24mm. So, if you like the feel of a conventional 24mm wide wheel, you can swap the 28mm out without changing spacers. With 3 unique color ways, you will stand out from the crowd!
The District C050 Pro Scooter is built around a 4.7" by 19.7" deck with an 83 degree headtube angle. Because the deck does not have boxed ends, we consider the C050 Complete deck to be a park deck but it's equally at home at the skatepark or in your hood. Entry Level scooter decks that are 19-19.99" long will be best suited for the younger riders who are relatively new to the sport. The District C050 Complete features standard outer diameter Y-Bars that are 23.6" tall by 22" wide. Bars this size are ideal for riders who are 4.5 to 5 feet tall. Bars and forks are tied together via an mini HIC compression system, which is a favorite among pro scooter riders. Finally, the District C050 Complete rolls on 110mm x 28mm wheels, which are the most popular size among riders.
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