The 10th generation of Madd Gear's pro scooter lineup is called MGX. The MGX S1 Shredder is the beginner entry in the lineup and, at $149, the S1 is loaded with pro parts that should only be found on a much more expensive pro scooter. Integrated decks, threadless headsets, and 110mm wheels are not usually found on ENTRY LEVEL SCOOTERS. The MGX is aimed at the beginner rider ages 4 - 6. The deck and bars are sized appropriately for the age group. If your kid is at the top of the age group or bigger for his/her age, you may want to check out the MGX P1.
At SMOKIN SCOOTERS, we have always loved the classic design of the MGP headtube. But wait, what's this? Madd Gear actually changed their headtube design for the MGX and it looks awesome! Speaking of awesome looks, the two tone wheels are holographic, which your kid is going to love. Come on now, you've never seen hollow core wheels on a Razor! It's amazing to see how far entry level scooters have come in the past 5 years. Seriously. 5 years ago this was an intermediate scooter priced $100 higher. The MGX P1 is a loaded entry level scooter that offers huge bang for the buck!
The Madd Gear MGX S1 Shredder Pro Scooter is built around a 4.5" by 18" deck with an 83 degree headtube angle. Because the deck does not have boxed ends, we consider the MGX S1 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 18-18.99" long will be best suited for the younger riders who are relatively new to the sport. The MGP MGX S1 features standard outer diameter Y-Bars that are 22" tall by 18" wide. Bars this size are ideal for riders who are 4.5 to 5 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 S1 rolls on 110mm x 24mm wheels, which are the most popular size among riders.