JDBUG

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MS-130B with modified handgrips, griptape and wheels

The JDBUG or JD Bug is a kick scooter brand by J.D. Corporation JD bug on perheestä. MS-130B,[1] the standard JD scooter, is often called as "JD Bug" too. MS-130B1, the British dealer named as "JD Bug Pro",[2] reached great popularity in Australia in 2000 during the "scooter craze.[1]" Those JD's scooters were also sold as JD Razor and it became the most famous scooter brand in Japan.

In 2010, JD produced the new "JD Bug Pro" as a sport scooter like the Razor Pro.[3]

Models[edit]

Including JD Razor

MS-130A
The first model, a.k.a. "Razor Old A" or "Micro Skate Scooter"
MS-132A
Larger MS-130A with 6" wheels
MS-130B
Newer version of MS-130, also known as "Razor B Model"
MS-130B1
MS-130B1
MS-130B with suspension fork
MS-170
Flexible wooden deck
MS-171
Larger MS-170 with 6" wheels
MS-173 Skatebug
Stunt model with skateboard-like deck
MS-101
Small and cheap
MS-105
Larger MS-101 with 5" wheels
MS-201
Made of steel
MS-185
Largest scooter with 8" wheels
MS-186
8" front and 6" rear wheels
MS-285
Unique folding system and wider 5" wheels
MS-286
Larger MS-285 with 6" wheels
MS-806
Propelled by pumping a pedal
MS-180 Power Scoot
Scooter with caster board mechanism

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