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- This Kiddie Kick Scooter is perfect for beginners who are just learning to ride a scooter and easy to ride
- Material: PP Plastic & Steel
- Size: 59 x 21 x 63cm / 23.23 x 8.27 x 24.80in(L x W x H); 15cm / 5.91in(Dia.)(Front Wheel)
- This cute Kid Kick Scooter is specially designed for young kids, the classic scooter offers a smooth ride
- The adjustable handlebar and three-wheels make this kids scooter comfortable and smooth while the extra-wide footplate make it super safe
Size in Detail:
- Suitable for 2-6 years old kids
How to Choose a Kick Scooter:
- Gauge your budget. Today's kick scooters are a far cry from their board-on-roller-skate ancestors. There's a good price range that allows beginners to get started relatively cheaply, while allowing enthusiasts to move into more specialized territory
- Start out on a simple, no-frills scooter for about $100, for example, or move on to spend upward of $400 for added bells and whistles
- Look at the size of the scooter. Most are less than 10 pounds for easy carrying and fold up to a length of 2 feet or less
- Grab a specialized bag for about $20 when you buy your scooter. Then fold up the scooter, drop it in the bag and tote it anywhere. You can also buy a strap that attaches to the folded scooter, and swing it over your shoulder for easy carrying. Some scooters come in kits with all of these accessories included
- Make sure your scooter's handlebars adjust to a comfortable height. You should be able to stand comfortably on the board and have the bars rise to mid-torso. You shouldn't have to bend over to use them, or you won't be able to look ahead comfortably
- Think about the amount of weight you'll have on the scooter and decide whether it will support you. Most are designed to hold between 300 and 350 pounds
- Test-drive the scooter. A scooter's wheels have a larger diameter than those on skateboards - similar to those found on in-line skates - which makes for a smoother, more efficient ride. Make sure you feel like the scooter is something you can brake and steer. Many kick scooters use a rear friction brake instead of hand brakes on the handlebars. Decide which you are most comfortable using
- Consider customizing the deck (the area where you stand). Most kick scooters have a relatively small deck that might not have enough room for both of your feet to rest on, especially if you wear size 13 or larger shoes. One foot is pushing the scooter most of the time anyway. But you can buy a wider deck that will allow you to get more of your feet off the ground
How to Ride a Kick Scooter:
- Grab the handlebars, face forward and place your left foot on the deck (board) of the scooter, leaving your right foot on the ground until you are comfortable and balanced. Reverse your foot positions if it is more comfortable to have the right foot on the deck
- Pay attention to your stance on the scooter and watch that your feet and body aren't too close to the handlebars. This is dangerous because of the lack of weight distribution over the length of the deck. One bump and you might be in for it
- Place one foot slightly ahead of the other when riding. Both feet should be pointed forward, with your body weight kept back slightly
- Push off with your right foot and start "kicking" the ground to build up speed. This is the same motion used to propel a skateboard. After you have some speed, place the right foot on the deck behind your left and enjoy the ride
- Steer your scooter just as you would a bicycle: by turning the handlebars (which turn the front wheel) in the direction you want to go, and by leaning slightly into the turn
- Stop in one of three ways. Stop kicking with your back foot and slow to a halt, drag your foot along the ground to act as a brake at slower speeds, or step on the rear friction brake over the back wheel of the scooter. Some kick scooter models actually have a brake lever on the handlebar, similar to the brakes on a bike
- Practice riding the scooter in less populated areas so you can focus more on the riding and less on the obstacles around you. Most people find scooters relatively easy to master
- Watch for fellow travelers. If you're on sidewalks or walkways, make sure you can maneuver around pedestrians, bikes and small animals. Always watch for cars and opening doors; they're the surest way to cut a ride short
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