There’s nothing quite like surfing down the pavement on a classic scooter. Out of all the ride on toys available in the marketplace today, the scooter is probable the least changed from the day it was initially introduced. The general design of the scooter has stayed the same, but newer features include 3 and 4-wheeled models for younger riders in addition to several models of electric scooter.
For the youngest scooter enthusiasts, models like the 3-in-1 My First Scooter by Ozzboz are ideal. These scooters start off with four wheels for maximum stability. While the child’s confidence increases with their sense of balance, 4 wheels can turn to 3 wheels and then to 2. This bright chunky scooter is ideal for toddlers from 2 years onwards. Another great option for scooter-riding tots is the wide selection of 3 wheeled scooters featuring cartoon characters, like the Peppa Pig Tri scooter. The robust design of the scooter, with wide wheels, grippy footplate and steel frame allow it to be a great scooter for children still understanding how to balance.
The Mini Micro T-bar scooter is also a 3 wheeled scooter for children 3 to 5, but a matched down, sleeker version of the scooters made for little tots. No over-sized wheels or cartoon characters are observed with this scooter. Available in several colours, the Mini Micro scooter was developed with the aid of medical experts, and has a unique steering design that encourages the youngsters to utilize their health and lean to steer. A Maxi Micro T-bar scooter is also available for children 6 to 10.
Every one of the three-wheeled scooters are wonderful ways for small kids to have outside and get exercise. The extra stability inherent in three-wheeled designs allows smaller children to achieve confidence and progress quickly with regards to both balance and coordination because they surf down the pavement.
For teenagers and those who have mastered 3 wheeled scooters, there are certainly a host of 2 wheel models available.here The Micro Sprite scooter is a great lightweight scooter ideal for those aged 6 through to adult. Fabulous as both a doll and a commuting vehicle, this scooter has a rear-wheel guard/spring break, and folds easily for storage. You will find of course also two-wheeled scooters with character designs, including ones sporting decals featuring Hello Kitty, Toy Story characters, Hannah Montana and Disney Fairies.
Variations on the standard 2 wheeled scooter are the Rocket Xtreme scooter with 12″ pneumatic tyres, hand brakes and an extra-wide foot plate with a lot of space for comfort or tricks. This scooter is ideal for riders from 5 years onwards. Another slightly different scooter is the Razor Spark scooter. Designed for children from 8 years onwards, and available in different colours, this scooter works as a doll, commuting vehicle or trick scooter and comes complete with an interest cartridge. To activate the sparks, kids simply kick back on the rear bar and add an additional charge to tricks and turns!
There’s also several models of electric scooters, with and without seats, available. The Razor E100 Electric scooter has a quiet belt-driven motor powered by two 12V batteries, kick-start for added safety, thumb throttle and is ideal for children from 8 years. The Razor E100S is similar to the E100 with the addition of a removable seat. Razor also makes a retro-inspired Pocket Mod 24V electric scooter. For a long time 13 years and up, this scooter modelled after having a classic Italian design can reach speeds as high as 15 mph.