Madd Gear

Madd Gear Kick Extreme Scooters

Item No. 40300021740
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Madd Gear Kick Extreme Scooters


The Madd Gear Kick Extreme Scooter comes dialed right out of the box and is ready to go. The Kick Extreme Scooter is recommended for riders aged eight and up who are four feet or taller. The TPR Swirls Grind grips on this Madd Gear Scooter offer a solid, comfortable hold, while the long-lasting MG hydro-coated paint finish will help you stand out at the skate park. This Madd Gear scooter also features aluminum core wheels with MGP high-speed polyurethane and heavy-duty PP deck blocks. Built with quality and durability in mind, the Madd Gear Kick Extreme Scooter is great for new and experienced scooter riders alike.


  • Aluminum core wheels with MGP high-speed polyurethane
  • TPR Swirls Grind grips with nylon ends
  • Madd Gear heavy-duty PP deck blocks
  • Pre-dialed with 3-step easy assembly
  • Durable MG hydro-coated paint finish
  • Downtube decal


  • Headset: Threadless integrated with sealed bearings
  • Clamp: 6061 aluminum V2 extreme double clamp
  • Bars: MGP Swoop 1-Piece 23" H x 20" W
  • Grip Tape: MGP Kick Extreme full deck
  • Finish: Durable MG hydrocoated paint
  • Dimensions: 27" L x 20.5" W x 32.5" H
  • Bearings: ABEC 7 high-speed chrome
  • Deck Dimensions: 4.5" W x 19.5" L
  • Rider Weight Capacity: 220 lbs.
  • Brake: V2 MG composite blitz
  • Age: 8 years and up
  • Scooter Type: Stunt
  • Weight: 7.1 lbs.
  • Fork: Threadless 6061 aluminum IHC fork with cutout
  • Grips: 150mm MGP soft TPR swirls flangeless grind grips with nylon bar-ends
  • Deck: MG Kick Series Aviation-Grade 6061 aluminum T4 & T6 heat treatment Wheels: 110mm 5-spoke aluminum core wheels with MGP high-speed polyurethane formula
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