The Top Kids Scooters – 2019 Reviews and Buyer’s Guide
Kids love riding scooters. Whether it is a two or three wheel scooter, recreational, stunt or folding scooter, kids always enjoy riding their scooter around the neighborhood, to school or hanging out at the local skate park.
Looking for a scooter? Here are the top kids scooters of 2019!
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There’s no doubt that the Razor A5 LUX dominates the top of out list. It is the most popular kick scooter in a deluxe size.
A5 LUX is the flagship of Razor scooter. With its extra-large urethane wheels, the A5 LUX is the smoothest ride around, easy to fold and ready to go.
Made for large riders, the A5 has a super strong aluminum t-tube and deck to comfortably support riders up to 220 pounds. Ride More, Push Less!
Price Range: Medium
Mini Micro Kickboard Scooter is the best choice in children’s scooters. What makes the Mini special and fun is its quality construction and ‘lean-to-steer’ design, which allows children to use their body weight to control the steering, offering them the feeling of ‘surfing’ the sidewalk, as they gently curve from right to left.
The lean-to-steer makes it stable and fun, while helping children learn to balance and coordinate. Its 3 wheels stabilize the rider while the rear brake adds more safety.
The Mini is lightweight yet strong and durable, thanks to the fiberglass-reinforced chassis, making it easy for kids to pick up and carry when necessary. Children love to ride the Mini daily, year after year, and the modular construction makes all parts of the scooter replaceable, so it can last, virtually forever.
Price Range: Medium
As they are from Razor family, the Razor A2 is not much different from Razor A3. What makes A2 unique is the foldable T-tube and deck, which tuck together to create a compact footprint. That makes it easy and convenient to carry as well as for travel.
Other features include an enhanced finger guard, 98 mm inline-style wheels, and a patented rear fender brake for quick stops. Razor A2, can support up to 143 pounds, and is recommended for ages 5 and older.
Price Range: Low
This is the high performance kickboard scooter, Micro Maxi, for kids ages 6-11 from Micro, Switzerland. Its 3-wheel, kickboard style ride and axle steering is what makes Maxi unique and fun, giving kids the feeling of ‘surfing’ the sidewalks as they curve and carve, left and right. The Maxi is incredibly smooth-gliding and quiet, even on urban sidewalks.
Kids and adults alike can see and feel the extraordinary design and construction. All scooters and kickboards made by micro are segmentally built, which simply means all parts are replaceable. That enables the Maxi to, almost literally, last forever. Durable, fun, practical, and perfect for riding to school!
Price Range: High
Razor A3 will effortlessly get your child from point to point much faster than on foot alone, and takes just a few scoots of one’s shoes in the process. Built with aircraft-grade aluminum, a sturdy material, it can hold up to use and abuse through the years.
Regardless of traditional aluminum construction, Razor A3 comes with a number of recent innovations, including a springless shock-absorbing system that makes bumpy pavement feel smoother than it is and a brand new wheelie bar that guarantees an extra dollop of fun. Other details include 125 mm urethane wheels, ABEC-5 high-speed bearings, a patented rear fender brake, and a patented folding mechanism and you have a great kick scooter for virtually any situation.
This version of the Razor A3 can support up to 143 pounds and is recommended for ages 5 and older.
Price Range: Low
El Dorado scooter features HIC fork, fast 110 mm solid alloy 84A urethane wheels RZR Pro 40 bearings, 83 degree head tube and 130 CroMoly riser handlebar, width 20.5″ and a new deck extrusion, width 4.3″.
Used by Team Razor riders to pull off huge tricks, El Dorado is lightweight, super-tough aluminum construction with a rigid down tube and fixed handlebar design. Go big. Go Pro!
Price Range: High
If you’re looking for a scooter that’s ready for off-roading, doing stunts, and taking a rough ride, this Mongoose Expo Scooter might be right up your alley.
Kids who are naturally inclined to do tricks will also take to this scooter thanks to its wide foot deck, which helps with balance during riding and also with getting leverage for stunting.
If your child is more interested in cruising along wooded trails, this scooter might also be a good choice. The brakes on this scooter are heavy-duty, making it one of the safer models on the market.
Likewise, the heavy-duty construction of this scooter makes it ideal for children who put their scooter through a lot of abuse. You can choose from three colors when you pick this scooter: grey, black, and pink.
While three-wheeled scooters are a bit of an anomaly on the scooter scene, the EEDAN Scooter makes three-wheel riding stylish and fun.
For younger children, three wheels guarantees that the chance of losing balance during a sharp turn is greatly minimized. This makes the EEDAN Scooter very safe. Unfortunately, the EEDAN Scooter doesn’t have brakes, so its top speed is limited.
On the other hand, the EEDAN Scooter is great for cruising along asphalt or sidewalks because of its large wheels and tilt-friendly surfaces. Your child can even ride on the EEDAN facing the side instead of the front if they want to try to do tricks.
Overall, this scooter isn’t intended for stunting or doing tricks, however. This means that it is a good choice for a novice scooter rider or someone who wants stability above all.
For children who don’t want to stop their scooting when the sun goes down, the New Neon Flash Kids Scooter will give them the illumination they need to scoot all night.
This scooter is very light despite its glowing lights thanks to its aluminum frame, which also provides more strength and flexibility than you might expect. As a result, your child can use their mechanical energy to light up the scooter while doing tricks in the dark.
Doing tricks in the dark looks extremely cool, and the lightweight of the scooter’s frame makes a few innovative tricks possible, as does the extra treading on the baseplate.
For children who aren’t interested in doing stunts or powering their scooter’s lights, however, a scooter with higher speed might be a better choice.
If your child loves to scoot while sitting down, there aren’t too many scooters other than the Lascoota where they can scoot exactly in the way that they want to.
The Lascoota 2-in-1 Kick Scooter has a detachable seat which your child can use to scoot slowly around the house — or get rid of it for fast paced streetside scooting.
The three wheels on the Lascoota scooter make it a perennially stable platform. Likewise, the three wheels are angled such that it’s nearly impossible to have a spill while scooting quickly outside.
Between these safety features and the scooter’s innovative ability to equip a seat, the Lascoota is a great choice for children with all sorts of different scooting preferences.
These days, there are kids scooters of all kinds. Whether you’re looking for something large, something small, or something in between, there is something available for you. We hope that our review helped you find just the something you were looking for.