05th Mar 2012 @ 12:18
Written by Amy Sav
Madd Gear Pro, as a company, are renowned throughout the scooter scene for making strong parts that are both strong, light and reliable. Their oversized Batwing bars are made out of a solid alloy metal (chromoly) that many professional riders including Dan Avery, Terry Price and Graham Kimbell prefer. In fact, it’s this strength and reliability that means they can ride towards a ramp or obstacle with confidence.
These bars have a height of 22”, a width of 21” and an internal diameter of 34mm (making them suitable with HIC Compression systems). The bars have a slit and can be easily cut-down in length to fit any rider height (although doing so would invalidate their warranty with MGP).
Batwings, as a product, come very highly recommended and are sold in a variety of colours; Pink, Blue, Green, Black and White. The water-decal graphics on the front of the bars have a simple design that complements the overall technology.
Batwing bars come as standard with MGP’s top-end completes (Nitro’s, Ninja’s and She-Devils) although they’re also available to purchase separately.