The Razor kick scooter is the contemporary equivalent of the sort of scooter that has been available for 50 years or more. In actuality, children have probably been attaching boards to wheels ever since abandoned wheels became available. As with those classic scooters, the Razor kick scooter is driven forward by foot power. That is, you put one foot on the board and push forward, or in other words kick back on the ground with the other.
This method of propulsion makes the Razor kick scooter an idyllic mode of transportation, exercise and fun for kids of all ages. In deed, Razor do not advocate a Razor kick scooter for the under fives unless supervised and state in their handbook:
“Children under age eight (8) should ride with adult supervision at all times. All children and preteens should ride with adult guidance at all times”.
This seems somewhat harsh to me and is most likely an instance of over-vigilance because of the litigious culture we live in. Just try suggesting to a twelve-year that you have to exercise guidance on all of his or her trips!
Having said that the Razor kick scooter comes in about seven different guises. There is the Kiddie Kick scooter for the under fives. It is manufactured of tough plastic and has a third wheel for added stability.
Then there is the ‘A’ series of Razor kick scooter: the A, A2, A3 and AW. These models are approximately equivalent to a child’s development in size, skill and experience, although the maximum recommended weight for all three models of Razor kick scooter is 65 kilos or 143 lbs.
The Razor kick scooter Pro is a leap up in know-how and so has more capabilities. It can be ridden for extreme sport and will carry a rider weighing up to 100 kilos or 220 lbs.
Last, but not least, is the Cruiser Razor kick scooter. It will take 79 kilos (175 lbs of weight and has larger wheels as it is meant for relaxed cruising about. The larger wheels signify that you won’t be aware of any bumpy terrain beneath you while you are on this Razor kick scooter.
All of these Razor kick scooters share comparable characteristics. All of these models of the Razor kick scooter are of very tough construction and all but the Razor Kiddie Kick scooter are manufactured of high-grade aluminium and are built to last.
These Razor kick scooters boast extendible steering rods, which means that they can be pulled up to grow with your child or can be shared by children of diverse sizes. They also share a stout braking system which is operated on the rear wheel, rendering them ultra-safe for use in the vicinity of pedestrians.
A Razor kick scooter begins at about $40 and so is an inexpensive method for you to ensure that that your child gets frequent exercise, gets out from behind his computer, gets some fresh air and sunlight and learns about civility while having fun being mobile. Apart from all these advantages, a Razor kick scooter will give your child affectionate reminiscences to look back on for the rest of his or her being.boarding, children, exercise, extreme sport, family, fitness, hobbies, kids, other, outdoor, scooter, self improvement, sport, Uncategorized
September 18 2009 06:06 am | Uncategorized