110 mm wheels made with 88A high bounce PU rubber. ABEC 7 bearings.
Steel fork, 6061 T6 aluminum Y-bar with integrated IHC headset.
Just 3.4 kg, making this one of the lightest scooters on the market.
Deck made of 6061 T6 anodized aluminum.Its structure ensures more stability and smoother grinds.
Deck is easy to grab during tricks.
Dimensions: 115 x 500 mm.
One-piece Y-bar construction made of reinforced 6061 T6 aluminum. The advantage of aluminum is that it’s lighter than steel.
Dimensions: Ø 34.9 mm, H 600 mm, L 540 mm.
110 mm Oxelo wheels made with 88A high bounce PU rubber. PU rubber, mounted on extra-durable 608Z ABEC-7 NMB bearings.
6061 T6 aluminum 2-screw collar clamp.
Steel fork.Compatible with 100 or 110 mm wheels. Has an integrated spacer system
that sits between the two bearings to relieve pressure that causes wear.
Freestyle vs. classic scooters
Comparing a freestyle scooter to a classic scooter is similar to comparing a BMX bike to a city bike.
Freestyle scooters have wider handlebars and smaller wheels. They’re also lighter and easier to manoeuvre. Freestyle scooters are designed for tricks: the handlebars are sturdier and
can do a full turn, for instance.
Choosing the right size
To choose the right size, stand on the scooter with your arms outstretched and your back straight. The handlebar should be at hip level.
Most serious accidents occur during the first few months; take the time to learn the basics so that you can control your speed and brake in emergency situations, especially on wet ground.
Why are there different wheel sizes?
100, 110 or 120 mm? Larger wheels will make you feel more stable, which will allow you to go faster. The only downside is their weight.
Heavier wheels are harder to control while doing tricks. Choose your wheel size in accordance with your goals.
What is a flex brake system?
A flex brake is designed to return to its original shape after each brake. Unlike a spring brake, it limits vibrations and is lighter.It also prolongs the lifespan of your wheels by reducing wear.
The ribbed TPE handles provide good grip.
We recommend looking over your scooter before and after each ride to check for abnormal play, cracks, and sharp edges.Wheels and bearings are subject to wear. Be sure to check and replace them as needed.
To repair your scooter and extend its life, visit your local Decathlon workshop to order any spare parts you need.
Optimized structure & environmental impact
This MF 520 freestyle scooter features an optimized aluminum structure for enhanced durability and reliability.
The raw materials used to manufacture this product have a reduced impact on the environment compared with the previous model.
Used for 3 to 8 weeks
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Compared the specs and brand to many other makers and this one was the best value and had a good design to boot. Lightweight with a forged aluminum steering column. Was easy for my son to ride even at a skate park!
Response of the brand
Thank you for sharing your feedback about your visit to the Vaughan location and this Scooter! We are so happy to hear that you are satisfied with your purchase! We hope that your son loves using this scooter! :)