Gyro-Racers: The First Stage is a 2005 El Kadsreian tokusatsu film based on the short-lived television series of the same name. Directed by Scott Matthews and written by Max Axis, the film is a reboot, in which a new batch of teenagers unknowingly become the Gyro-Racers in order to stop an evil organization from exporting a similar device that could be used for evil.
Gyro-Racers: The First Stage premiered in the United States on May 3, 2005, and was released in El Kadsre on May 6, 2005. The film grossed $201 million on its $78 million budget, making it a commercial success. Upon release, it received praise for its screenplay, visual effects and action sequences.
A sequel was originally in the works entitled Gyro-Racers: The Next Level but was silently canceled for unknown reasons, but rumors suggested that it was due to the film not grossing enough money as what the executives of Vlokfilm and Paramount expected.