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Childrens & Youths Electric Ride On Scooters, Bikes & Cars For Sale. Kids Awesome Christmas Gifts Ideas

Updated on October 9, 2013

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These razor drifter electric ride on go-kart and dune buggy are awesome. Designed to take a battering from drivers over 8 years of age.

With a 10 miles per hour speed limit, these machines are not the fastest, but for younger drivers they are fantastic. 350 watts of power with hand throttle and brakes allowing for ease of use and practise for drifting and cruising.

The electric dune buggy comes with built in roll bars for extra security and safety as well as an adjustable seat belt. The padded bucket seats provide comfort and style...



Razor Ground Force Drifter Kart
Razor Ground Force Drifter Kart

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The drifter electric ride on kart goes an impressive 12 miles per hour for the little daredevil in all youths. No emissions and eco-friendly, this is a mighty monster for any 8 or 9 year old.


Razor Dune Buggy
Razor Dune Buggy

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Once powered up on a full charge, this machine will give a full 45 minutes of playtime before needing charging.

An ideal starter electric go kart for serious neighbourhood drifting. Designed for stability, safety, and thrills. Brilliant for kids of all ages, both boys and girls.

An ideal Christmas or Birthday gift idea, with options for spreading the cost over a period of time which could be interest free for 6 months.




With a short time charge and a selection of styles and colors, these electric karts are great fun for the younger race car enthusiast.

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NB: Ensure that any electric ride on kids cars or scooters are added onto any insurance policy that the home may have. Indicate these machines separately in any policy.

Electric Kids Bikes

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Childrens electric ride on motor bikes are as visually stunning as they are exciting to ride. All children stand in awe of motorbikes, and when presented with one of their own, will be ecstatic.

These electric kids bikes are designed for ages 12 and over and can reach speeds of 12 miles per hour.

Has a twist grip throttle, very quite engine, and a single speed for easiness. Comes with a full face safety helmet.

The electric powered dirt bike can cover over 10 miles on a single charge.

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The razor selection of cool kids elkectric bikes are fantastic Christmas or Birthday gifts. Designed from the regular size of dirt bikes, these are simply mini -me-bikes, with a bit of attitude.

A speed of 17 miles per hour is capable from the MX65O Dirt Rocket Motocross Bike. 650 watts of power and approximately 10 miles (40 minutes) of battery life. It takes approximately 8 hours to re-charge the two batteries.

This mean machine is for use for 16 year olds and over. As with all these bikes, there is a bit of assembly to do prior to its' first use. All tools required are supplied.



An excellent choice of a dirt bike as a childs first electric ride on vehicle. This has a parental lock which can limit the speed of the bike of either 5, 10, or 16 miles per hour.

Aluminium brakes, steel frame, and other factors make this an amazing bike for any kid. Designed for ages 12 years an upwards, this awesome piece of machinery is a must for most budding bikers.

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Electric Scooters

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The electric Razor 3 wheeled trikke for children is excellent for boys or girls. Easily speeds along at 9 miles per hour with a 40 minute electrical charge.

Push start technology with a twist throttle. Candering experience not required as using this trikke will soon have them meandering around the park.

NB: All local governmenatl regulations must be obeyed by the users of the razor trikke.



An electric scooter with a saddle for lazy afternoons. An average 4 - 8 hour charge gives an approximate 10 mile ride, depending on the weight of the rider.

Three batteries provide a 1000 watts of power for a massive 24 -26 miles per hour thrill ride.

This easily fold-able scooter is excellent for students or even for avoiding traffic on the way to and from work.

NB: Please ensure any electric scooter, bike or car purchased is added individually onto the house insurance policy.


Simple is sometimes best. A basic electric scooter in a choice of colors. Still providing 10 miles per hour top speed with a twist grip accelerator and 40 minutes continuous riding per charge.

It requires a manual kick off up to 3 miles per hour before the motor kicks in.

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Ages 3 and upwards electrical ridable cars






Early Scooter Design

History of the Scooter

Kick scooters have been around for over a century. Original scooter boards were usually made of scraps of wood or even a small oblong box. Attached were scavenged wheels from old bicycles or roller skates.

Home made handles made from other scraps of wood or old broom handles were attached as makeshift handles.

Many adults were known to of used scooters as a quick means of transportation in the early 1920s in dense urban areas.


No country can acclaim the right of inventing the scooter as its use spread around the globe quickly in urban streets. Its apparent design may have been derived from the old 'Penny Farthing' bike.

In 1994, the kickbike was invented in Finland. This had a larger front wheel than the back allowing a faster ride than most other scooters.

By 1996, the foldable scooter had been invented and the scooter was re-established as a main mode of outside fun for children of all ages.


The humble scooter became so popular that the Royal Mail ( UK ) commissioned some for their staff to deliver mail. It was a fast means of transport for getting through modern traffic jams ensuring the mail would get through on time.

Similar to a dog pulling a sled, scooters have been pulled along by huskies as a means of power. Some Amish religions are against using bicycles, so many use scooters to get around.

Annual races for scooters, including freestyle, are held and draw attention from around the world. The masses of prizes and fame for winning amongst 'scoots' is quite high.

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