The Madd Gear MGX E1 is extreme, as the name implies, and was designed for the pro scooter rider who not only wants a light park setup, but the looks to go with it. The E1 just looks awesome, dressed in neochrome and featuring MGP's new 120mm Scope hollow cores. The Scope hollow cores feature honeycomb cutouts, making this the lightest pro scooter wheel that Madd gear has ever produced. Pair the wheels up with oversized aluminum bars and you've got one of the lightest park whips Madd Gear has ever produced. Get this - it's just 7.5 pounds. When you are looking for an Extreme pro scooter that looks and acts the part, look no further than the new MGP MGX E1. The E1 is SMOKIN SCOOTERS hands down pick of all of the awesome new pro scooters in Madd Gear's 2020 lineup!
The Madd Gear MGX E1 Extreme Pro Scooter is built around a 5" by 20.5" deck with an 83 degree headtube angle. Because the deck does not have boxed ends, we consider the MGX E1 deck to be a park deck but it's equally at home at the skatepark or in your hood. PRO SCOOTER DECKS that are 20-20.99" long will be ideal for intermediate to pro riders that have been in the sport for a while or for those scooter riders that need a little more footspace. The MGP MGX E1 features oversized outer diameter Y-Bars that are 26" tall by 23" wide. Bars this size are ideal for riders who are 5.5 to 6 feet tall. Bars and forks are tied together via an IHC compression system, which is a favorite among pro scooter riders. Finally, the MGP MGX E1 rolls on 120mm x 24mm wheels, which are very fast and used by most pro riders.
Feels hod while riding and pretty nice
This was a gift for my son and he loves it. Very smooth while riding and very sturdy. Overall great product & quality. Thank you...
It's super light and colorful. The deck is crazy cool. It's easy to set up and comes with all tools needed. It's a great first trick scooter.
The scooter is great. The only issue I had with it is that the Stickers on the front handle bars were completely falling apart. Almost brittle like. I'm still trying to just take them off completely without scatching the paint. Otherwise, the scooter is nice.