Once your child is accustomed to balancing on wheels, a scooter is a fun way to level up their riding experience. Here’s how to find the right one for your little zoomer.
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Designed with enhanced safety features for the littlest riders, including adjustable handlebars and a 75-pound weight limit. Micro Kickboard
Toddlers aren’t yet able to balance a two-wheeled scooter. For the 2–4 age group, look for one with a three-wheel deck for added stability. A telescoping handlebar adjusts to accommodate even the youngest riders and keep them riding until they’re big enough to upgrade.
This classic, lightweight scooter comes in an array of hues. It folds easily, making it a breeze for mom or dad to carry if your kiddo gets tired. Razor
A scooter built with aluminum is lightweight for super-fast speeds, but still durable enough to stand up to years of use. A helpful added feature for kids who like to head to school or playtime on their scooter is a fold-up handlebar for easy stowing when not in use.
This self-propelled option reaches up to 10 miles per hour, and features a hand-operated front break and a kickstand. Razor
An electric scooter makes a great choice for an older child who’s looking for a quick, easy way to get around town or meet up with friends. Look for hand brakes and a rechargeable battery to ensure your big kid can slow down and get going when they need to.