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Razor Scooter

Updated on November 22, 2009

Razor Scooter Fun

The Razor scooter continues to be among the more popular toys out there for children, and they continue to be popular, no matter what trends emerge from year to year.

Along with the original Razor A Kick Scooter, there has of course been all sorts of Razor scooters added to the product which offers up all sorts of possibilities. Everything from upgrading the Razor A Kick Scooter to the Razor A2, to the Razor Spark Scooter, the fun Ripstick Caster Board, the Razor PowerWing Caster Scooter to the Razor Pocket Mod Miniature Euro Electric Scooter.

There are a lot more of these cool outdoor toys, but you get the idea, there's something for just about everybody who enjoys playing in riding with these Razor contraptions.

Below I've included among the more popular Razor scooters and/or products to give you some ideas as to what is really popular for those looking for one to buy. 

Razor A

Razor A Kick Scooter

This is the original kick scooter, the Razor A, and it continues to be a top seller of the company, as it fits what most kids really enjoy playing with and using for street wheels. What's especially nice about the Razor A is its durability, as it lasts a long time, being built of aircraft-grade aluminum, enabling it to last even under the most severe use and abuse.

Under the Razor is the Razor A2 Kick Scooter, which added several features to make it even more enjoyable and fun to ride. There is a new shock system without springs which makes it a lot smoother ride than the Razor A is, and you also have a new wheelie bar which gives you that extra kick you want for those that like to take their scooters to the limit. Great fun!

Razor A2

Next is Razor Spark Scooter

Kids love to create some sparks when they're riding on their scooters, and to that end, there is a Razor Spark scooter, which is an extension of the Razor A2, and includes a spark bar which can be easily controlled with a foot. There are also what is called 5 flint pads on the bar, which means the kids can get a lot more sparks than other scooters can.

Once the flint pads run out, you can also go out and get more and let the sparks fly again.

Razor Spark Scooter

Ripstick Caster Board

Decribed by the company as a "cross between a skateboard and a snowboard," the Ripstik caster board is a blast to ride, and it looks cool too.

What is very cool about the ride is the mimicking o carving down the slopes, which the 360-degree inclined caster trucks give you, along with the pivoting deck. How cool is that?

The Ripstik Caster Board is like Carving Snow

Razor PowerWing Drifting Scooter

The Razor PowerWing Drifting Scooter is a lot of fun, and while being self-powered, allows you to perform all sorts of tricks to amaze family and friends.

As you can see, there is a double-wing platform included which gives you a place to stand and work all your tricks from while the scooter propels itself.

What makes the scooter propel isn't electricity, but simply twisting your feet a bit which puts it into motion. Lot's of fun!

Razor Pocket Mod Miniature Electric Scooter

For those who want to sit back and relax and cruise with a small, electric scooter, this is a great one to get. As you can see, it includes that scooter look from Europe, and travels up to 15 miles an hour.

Being an electric scooter, you of course want to be sure not to go too far with the bike, but it can go as far as 10 miles on one charge of the battery, but it's best to be safe and keep it fairly close to home.

Still, a really fun and safe bike to have fun off the beaten trail and major roads.

Razor Pocket Mod Miniature Euro Electric Scooter

Razor Rides for Everyone

As you can see from this nice variety of Razor Scooters and bikes, there is something for everyone. From those that just want to get from point A to point B, to those that want to perform tricks, scratch up some sparks or enjoy a leisurely ride, you can pick what you believe they prefer to do and see what great fun they have.


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      Rob T. 

      8 years ago

      I really enjoy rollerblading ever since I modified my E300 razor electric scooter. It used to be a lot of work skating up hills and going long distances. Now it is fun to be pushed around by my modified E300. It's a pretty good workout at 15 mph.


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