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Razor Pro Model Scooter On Sale 1

Updated on July 11, 2011

All kids dream of that first bike, the one that can take them places in a matter of minutes. Bicycles can do that and are extremely popular among kids and adults, especially when Spring arrives. And then along came scooters. The razor scooter has become one of the most popular of travel modes in today's world. Kids absolutely love them and they come in all the colors of the rainbow.

Pink razor scooters are the most popular with the girls and I have found the Amazon has a huge supply of these razor scooters on sale at various times of the year.

Razor Scooters first first came into existence in 2000. What was thought to be Just a passing fad that would soon disappear fooled everyone. The Razor scooter is still alive and thriving, more popular now than ever.

There were many copy cat scooters to come out over the last few years but the Razor scooter still dominates the market in popularity, styles and durability. Kids everywhere enjoy being cool and there's nothing on the kids market today that's cooler than the Razor scooter.

The most popular model is the Razor “Pro Model” Scooter. The “Pro Model” is sturdy, looks good and can take whatever punishment a kid can give it. If you like "stunt riding", then this is the one for you. This scooter is designed for riders aged nine and up,but kids as young as five can handle this model with ease.

With today's technology, there is now such a vast array of models that I think the best thing to do is to click on the link below to see the great supply offered by Amazon and you'll be pleasantly surprised by their prices a well.

Again, the Pro Model scooter is the most popular young adult scooter that rivals both skateboarding and BMX. There are hundreds of YouTube videos showing stunt riders doing their thing on this unit. The “Pro Model” Scooter is a great ride for kids young and old – even college kids use it as a commuter vehicle between classes.

Click Here for Razor Pro Model Scooter On Sale

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    • Teylina profile image

      Teylina 

      7 years ago

      I'm thinking the same way about my younger grandson, the scooter nut! Only six, but the wheels in his brain are faster than any wheels on the ground, and he knows money is what buys him his toys--more expensive, the older he gets! Thanks for the info!

    • ianleverette47 profile imageAUTHOR

      ianleverette47 

      7 years ago from Brinston, Ontario Canada

      Glad I could help out with the house work.

    • W.R. Shinn profile image

      W.R. Shinn 

      7 years ago

      Wow!! Awesome is the correct word. Great info. My 10 year old daughter is visiting friends for the weekend and I can't wait to show her the video's. Her work around the house will take a turn upwards as she tries to round up the $$ for a new scooter. Thanks IANLEVERETTE47. Sincerely, W.

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