At some stage in their lives most children enjoy riding a scooter. There are many brands available, however one of the more popular and durable scooters is Razor.
Razor Scooters come in many shapes and forms - pro scooters, kick scooters, electric scooters, caster driven, electric ride ons and the very popular ripsticks.
There are many variations of each scooter, but they all have one thing in common - durability. Most scooters take a beating from their riders and Razor has made sure they can withstand it.
The two wheel fun machines come in many colours and colour combinations. The basic scooter will set you back around $69, whilst ripsticks retail around the $109 and electric scooters start from around $219.
You can purchase a scooter from the Razor website
or from one of the major retailers including Target, Toys R Us, Big W, KMart, Rebel Sports, Toyworld and many more.
Even though scooters seem to be a little safer than skateboards, it is a good idea that you buy a helmet and other protective gear, especially if your child is only learning to ride it.
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