Razor A Kick Scooter

Razor A Kick Scooter

Razor A Kick Scooter
With spring and summer arriving the Razor A Kick Scooters are coming out everywhere. All five of our grandchildren have owned one of these scooters. For just under twenty years the Razor Kick Scooters have become a much favored mode of transportation for children, teens, and adults alike. Since the inception of the original ones there are now many varieties of Razor Scooters.

Razor A Kick Scooter For our family the children started with the original – Razor A Kick Scooter, then graduated to bigger models. As they grew, got bigger and taller they graduated to other models of Razor Scooters. My twin granddaughters are the youngest and they started with the Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter. Today they still have their bigger scooters and sometimes use them to go to school. The girls like the scooters over their bikes as they can fold them up and store them in the cupboards in their classrooms.

Razor A Kick Scooter The Razor A Kick Scooter is made of aircraft-grade aluminum. The handlebars are adjustable. They have urethane wheels and foam grips. There is a color for everyone’s taste and in families this helps to identify who owns the scooter. Like most of the Razor scooters this one has the patented rear fender brake for maximum control.

Note:

Scooters should be used with helmets, knee pads, and elbow pads.

What Others Say About the Razor A Kick Scooters

We can truly recommend the Razor A Kick Scooters. It has been so well received everywhere and here is a sample about what others think:

I’m a 5’9″ adult male and I use a Razor scooter! There, I admit it. I occasionally work nights in a hospital and I get bored. How do I occupy my boredom you ask? Well I get on my Razor and start gliding through the halls. I’m sure I’ve been caught on security cameras roaming the hallways. But so far no security guards have come to stop me. I bet they wish they had one for themselves. My only wish is that the handle bars would telescope up a couple inches higher. That way I wouldn’t have to stoop down to hold the bars. Yes, I know….this was not intended for adults….rather for children. But come on! I know you’re out there too. I’m not the only one who wishes this!

Razor A Kick Scooter My son has done great on this scooter. He has had it for almost a year now. He received it for his 6th birthday last year, and it is still going strong. He gets around great on it, and really flies on this scooter. He has not tried to go up ramps or anything, and mostly stays parallel to the ground, lol. But so far he has had no accidents on it, and he does zoom pretty fast. My daughter has used it a few times and says it is too small. She is 11. But for my son, it is excellent, and I think he will get a couple more years out of it!

Got this for my 7 year old. He really likes it and for the price I think it is a great buy. I will say this though, their are 3 wheel models out there that both my 7 and 4 year old like a lot better than this two wheel razor. The three wheel ones are a lot easier to control and most have a fixed front wheels which my kids like better. They are more expensive, but I think they are worth it over the 2 wheel versions. Again this one is good. . . kids love it, just something to think about.

Razor A Kick Scooter My 10 year old daughter got an electric scooter for Christmas last year. This year she wanted a manual one. We live in New England. Have had a relatively mild winter so far, but she has kept the scooter inside. All 3 of my kids ride it in circles around our 1st floor! (My oldest is 16.5!) BEST CHRISTMAS PRESENT EVER! It was very inexpensive, but its rugged. Well made. Can’t believe they are all getting so much use/fun out of such a simple toy. I will actually miss it when they have to take it outside. (Once it goes outside, it stays outside!) GREAT scooter!!

I purchased this scooter for my 6 yr old who is moving up from the Razor Jr three wheeled scooter. He is super cautious and not a huge dare devil but wanted one of these as soon as he saw his Sister’s older friends had the same one at the skate park. We have had it a few weeks now and he has already learned how to balance on it although he is still a bit cautious. The wheels are very small and hard so it’s kind of difficult to go on the sidewalk with it because you literally feel every single bump in the street and if you hit a rock you’re likely to go flying sideways… We keep to the smooth surface of the skate park and a concrete walkway at our local park and he loves it! It’s easy to fold up but small enough that you don’t even need to fold it to put it in the car. I like that they come in different colors so he and his sister can tell which one is theirs. Right now the handle is about half way pulled up, so there is still a good bit of room to grow. I’m 5′ 4″ and over 150lbs and can easily ride it too, so I know it will last a while… I’m hoping that as soon as he gets comfortable with his balance on the scooter, we can transfer that to riding his bike without training wheels!

Razor A Kick Scooter

Where to Purchase the Razor A Kick Scooters

The Razor A Kick Scooters can be found at most retailers. Such places as Amazon, Walmart, Canadian Tire, Costco, Target, and razor.com.

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