MF ONE RED

MF ONE RED

REF: 8352945

Designed for youngsters who are new to freestyle scootering.

Features:

GLIDE PERFORMANCE: 100mm rubber, nylon-core wheels mounted on ABEC-5 bearings.

DURABILITY: Steel T-bar and triple-channel aluminium deck (dimensions: 4"x19").

DECK: 6061 T6 aluminium painted deck. Triple-channel structure with four reinforced rails.
Dimensions: 110*500mm (4"x19").

T-BAR (HANDLEBAR): One piece steel T-bar.
Dimensions: Ø = 31.8mm, H = 510mm, L = 420 mm.
T-bar/deck angle: 82.5°.
Overall height: 770mm

FORK: Iron-reinforced fork compatible ONLY with 100mm diameter wheels (integrated spacer system in the fork).

HEADSET: 1/1"8 threaded VP headset.
Standard compression system (SCS).

COLLAR CLAMP: Three-screw collar clamp.
Inner dimension: Ø = 31.8mm.

WHEELS: 100mm rubber wheels mounted on ABEC-5 bearings.

BRAKE: Spring brake.

WEIGHT: 3.6kg.

 

 

TECHNICAL DETAILS AND MAINTENANCE

HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR FREESTYLE SCOOTER

Freestyling on a scooter is an extreme sport (even for beginners). Our OXELO MF range was designed for this type of sport. But while they are durable, they are not indestructible.You should therefore restrict all movement in the steering column (tighten it if necessary) and watch out for parts starting to crack or break (replace the worn-out part if necessary) before, during, and after each use of this scooter.

WHY ARE THERE DIFFERENT SIZES OF WHEELS?

100, 110 or 120 mm? The greater the wheel's diameter, the more stability the rider has and the faster they can go...
However, the trade-off is a heavier weight.A larger wheel will be heavier and harder to manipulate when executing tricks. You should therefore choose a wheel size that suits your goals.    

HOW TO CHOOSE THE SIZE OF YOUR FREESTYLE?

To correctly choose the size of your freestyle scooter, you should stand on it and check that the handlebar is at your hips, your arms are outstretched, and your back is straight.

WHAT IS THE MAX USER WEIGHT FOR THIS SCOOTER?

The MF ONE can handle a maximum load of 100kg. 

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS

Store in a dry place away from sunlight

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A FREESTYLE AND A "CONVENTIONAL" SCOOTER?

The differences between a freestyle scooter and a classic scooter are similar to the differences between a BMX bike and a city bike.
A freestyle scooter has a wider handlebar and smaller (more manageable) wheels.Its weight is also different (it is lighter) and is overall easier to handle: if the goal is to execute tricks, the handlebar, for example, rotates in a complete circle.
Finally, freestyle scooters are stiffer and more durable.

SPARE PARTS

MF-ONE-RED-SPARE PARTS
1. COLLAR CLAMP
COLLAR-CLAMP

Order this part at a Decathlon workshop near you using the reference number: 8285715

2. Bearings
Bearings

Order this part from our website or in stores using this reference number: 8111804

3. MF WHEEL AXLES
MF-WHEEL-AXLES

Order this part from our website or in stores using this reference number: 8304392

4. HANDLES
HANDLES

Order this part from our website or in stores using this reference number: 8189015

5. MF WHEEL
MF-WHEEL

Order this part from our website or in stores using this reference number: 8227690

6. HEADSET
JDD

Order this part from our website or in stores using this reference number: 5529024

7. Grip
Grip

Order this part from our website or in stores using this reference number: 8529518

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FREESTYLE SCOOTER CUSTOMISATION

YES! YOU CAN CUSTOMISE YOUR SCOOTER!

When riding freestyle, you become the artist through your tricks, but also through the customisation of your scooter. Style and performance: here are our customisation tips for becoming the king of your park…

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