Kick Scooter Twenty Go City Mint
Our most urban scooter. Specially designed for journeys around your city. Hop on the bus or metro with no problem.
Its light weight and ease of driving make it a great option for children from 5 years old who want to move from 3-wheeled scooters to 2-wheeled scooters.
If you buy it to go to work, you know you’ll have to share it with your kids.
- Recommended height: From 110 to 180 cm.
- Recommended age: From 5 years old and up.
- Maximum weight: Up to 100 kg.
- Handlebars: Height adjustable from 75 to 98 cm.
- Wheel size: 200 mm
- Bearings: ABEC 7.
- Scooter weight: 3,9 kg.
- Dimensions unfolded: 86 x 98 cm.
- Folded dimensions: 30 x 74 x 12 cm.
- Board dimensions: 32 x 11cm.
- Wheel material: PU.
- Kickstand: Sí.
- Brake: Rear pressure brake.
- Folding system: Yes
- Certificate: EN14619.
- Warranty: 2 year warranty except for wear parts.
Our scooter for children and adults
A 3.9 kg healthy means of transport
Easy to transport When folded, it takes up very little space and is very light.
Fast, with so little weight and ABEC 7 bearings, increasing the speed will be a piece of cake.
It transports and complements you
Super comfortable handlebars
We designed the handlebars with sinuous shapes to give you extra height. It’s also wider than usual for a relaxed riding position.
Non-slip and ventilated grips
We love the cuffs: they’re non-slip, they keep your hands from sweating and they look great in this colour.
Forget about the uncomfortable vibrations of other scooters. Your grips will be perfectly fixed to your scooter.
Very Twenty Go
Practical and stylish
We transmit our personality and love for things well done to all our scooters.
Don’t worry, it’s a Twenty Go
European standard for scooters EN14619
Of safety requirements and test methods.
ISO9001 quality management system standards
Monitoring performance improvement and customer service.
A scooter for everyone
At last you can share a scooter with the little ones at home
A scooter for every member of the family.
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