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Kids scooters are a fun and easy way for children to get around

They provide hours of entertainment. There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a scooter for your child. First, consider their age. Younger children will need a scooter with smaller wheels, while older children can handle scooters with larger wheels. Second, think about the terrain the scooter will be used on. If you live in a flat area, a traditional one will suffice. However, if you have hills or uneven terrain, you may want to choose a scooter with larger wheels. Lastly, consider your budget. The price of the scooters can range between 60 and 200 euros. With so many options on the market, you'll be sure to find the perfect one for your child.

The scooter for children or kids is one of the most popular gifts today.

Perhaps you need a gift for communions or Christmas? It might be great as a present for an upcoming birthday!

The three-wheeled scooter with seat and adult-operated push stick is the perfect option for toddlers who aren't yet so good at walking. As they get older, they begin to ride alone. Micro scooters developed for children have a lower center of gravity which makes it easier to control. Besides they are light, so your little one will not get tired for a long time. And if you get tired, we have the solution: first you can use our handlebar carrying strap that allows you to drag the scooter while the child rides it. Then the scooter can be carried on the same strap as a bag. The weight of our Mini Micro model is only 1.5 kg, making it a very light load.

Micro scooters for all ages

Our Mini Micro has a big brother, also a three-wheeled Maxi Micro. It is manufactured in several versions 1. removable, 2. folding, 3. Pro with wider wheels. However, there always comes a time when the child decides if he wants to continue with three wheels or switch to the classic two-wheeled scooter. We have the solution for this too, Micro Sprite from 5-6 years and up to 12-14 the same as the Maxi Micro.

Similar to adult bikes in that it requires the child to have good balance and speed awareness, but they can go faster than three-wheelers because there is no weight shift when turning in the corners.

What is the best children's scooter?

The first thing you should know when choosing a scooter for children is the age and height of your little one. If it is very small (less than 3 years old), we recommend that you use 3-wheel models with a seat and a push stick because it gives them more security when going on their own two feet and allows parents to control the balance.

There are many things to consider when buying a scooter for your child. First of all, you need to know his height so that he can ride the correct model and with the right handlebars at an early age. Some have adjustable heights, which means that a set of parts will work well for several months or years without becoming too small.

To avoid accidents, it is important that the scooter model adjusts to the height range of the child. If they are too short or long, it will be difficult to balance on them and this could lead to falls during use.

Scooter components

In addition, different aspects must be taken into account. One of them is the position and type of brake on children's scooters; they may be located near the handlebars or on the rear wheel (as on a bicycle). Suspension systems are also important, which influence the comfort of use of this type of transport device

The streets of the city may not be completely flat, but there are many things that will make the driving experience better. For example, a children's scooter with suspension and folding capability can improve their mobility in cities where space is limited or they may have trouble accessing certain areas. areas due to traffic, etc.

The weight of these vehicles should also be a factor in your decision-making process when choosing which one will be best for your child.