Includes air suspension and a hand brake. Can get going pretty fast. Made to support teens or adults. Can hold up to 200 pounds. Folds for easy transport. Larger wheels help it to operate smoothly.
This scooter can be a little challenging to learn how to use.
Works with 2 feet like a stair climber. Can go up to 10 miles per hour. Comes in several color options. Scooter does allow you to coast. Fun for kids. Does not go very fast.
Really for smaller kids, this scooter carries a max weight of 110 pounds.
Easy for kids to learn how to use. Assembly is easy and does not take a long time. Great exercise for the kids. Works with an up and down peddling motion. Comes in blue or red.
This scooter can get going pretty fast, it is best to wear a helmet for this one.
Comes in 4 colors. Folds for easy storage when not in use. Can hold more weight than other models – up to 156 pounds. Pedaling is easy once you get the hang of the motion.
While this model can hold the weight of a teen, it might not be able to service the height of a teen. It can be a little short.
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