Best Kick Scooters for Kids and Adults (Apr. 2017)

By Walter J. Farrell | RIDES

Would you agree with me that there are many reasons why we have begun to use Kick Scooters as a form of transport today?

Scooting is twice as fast as walking. Compared to biking, scooting is allowed on sidewalks due to their ability to slow down and stop. Straightaway, it makes scooters pedestrian-friendly. It is therefore not surprising why adults and kids seem to love it.

While the earliest Kick Scooters were made from wood as a children’s toy, these days scooters are built from aluminum, titanium, and steel which are lighter weight, safer and more durable than wood

Designs come with a variety of differing features like wheel size, maneuverability, and speed. With this in mind, we’ve created a guide that will help you find the right scooter for you as well as your kids.

3 Reasons Why You Want To Ride A Kick Scooter (vs walking)

#1 Health Benefits 

There is no question that kick scooters help improve coordination and balance, especially for our kids. There are numerous benefits to scooting, including development of gross and fine motor skills, preventing lifestyle diseases like back pain and weight-loss. Scooting as an outdoor exercise is also very important for mental health.

A kick scooter is the preferred choice among parents to get their kids into exercising, making kick scooters a perfect holiday or birthday gift for kids. At any age, it can help improve coordination and balance.

Today, we can’t deny the consequences of sedentary professions, especially the health risks associated with a long day of sitting. The use of a kick scooter acts as an outstanding prevention for back pain, as well as a tool for strengthening the lateral back and abdominal muscles. It is an effective, gentle tool for weight loss, putting little strain on your joints and muscles.

#2 Leisure

With a kick scooter, our children can become more independent while having fun. It initiates outdoor activities for kids while they learn to socialize with neighbors and opens door to exploration, creativity, and learning. It allows everyone who scoots to take in the sights which is an enriching part of commuting.

#3 Portability​

Aside from the health benefits of kick scooters and the fun they bring, they provide easy transport when walking might be a burden. And talking about practicality, kick scooters are foldable, portable, and a compact form of wheeled transport that saves time and money.

Kick scooters are made portable and are easy to store and carry with their foldable features. Owning one doesn’t require a parking space. They are energy efficient since they don’t need electricity or gasoline. This also makes them economical and a low-cost form of transportation.

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Additionally, kick scooters with big wheels are about 60% to 70% as efficient as bicycles. Small-wheeled kick scooter likely would be about 50% as efficient. For short commutes of five kilometers, you’ll get more exercise with a kick scooter, a definite advantage.

What Should I Consider Before Buying A Kick Scooters (Adults & Kids)

We know picking the right kick scooter isn’t always simple nor easy as there are plenty of choices on the market, and it’s easy to become overwhelmed when shopping for a scooter that fits your life and needs.

Below are some of the key factors to consider before buying a Kick Scooter:

  1. Price – Kick scooters are pretty affordable to most people. The average price of a good scooter would probably cost you around 50 to less than 100 (higher end scooter may cost over 500 but it will not be in today's review).
  2. Deck Characteristics- Durability and weight are important and relevant to how the scooter will be used. If you are looking for a solid scooter and longer rides, a sturdier deck is ideal for you. Make sure that the deck is long enough for your shoe size for a more comfortable ride.
  3. Wheels- Wheel characteristics affect your scooter’s performance. If you intend to use your kick scooter for longer rides, you should choose a kick scooter that has wheels made of plastic core embedded into polyurethane (PU) thread. These are light wheels, wear-resistant, and have a reasonable amount of grip and rebound. 
  4. You should also consider the wheel size. If you want to speed up or slow down easily, small wheels with 100-145mm diameter are suitable for you. If you want a kick scooter with better rolling efficiency and better shock absorption, you may consider those with large wheels with 180-230mm diameter.

  5. Handlebar- Without considering the handlebar feature, you may run into issues in the future with height if the handlebars are not adjustable. Kick scooters make your ride more convenient and easy through its adjustable handlebar. You can adjust it to your desired height and comfort. This should be noted because some brands have no adjustable handlebars in order
  6. Frame Rigidity- Kick scooters with a rigid frame have a sturdier feel during a ride, which results in more stable steering. More rigidity means the less energy you need to power your scooter. You will have more efficient kicks and you will experience less bouncing. If you intend to use your scooter to do tricks, a looser setup is more useful.
  7. Special Features- Kick scooters may offer more than a handbrake. Some have a front hand brake or a rear fender brake with a double breaking power. A kickstand is an additional feature when you opt not to leave them leaned up against a parking meter

Most scooter companies today offer kick scooters with various features to best fit your needs as a rider. Luckily, there is a wide range of quality kick scooters for your budget and needs

Your kids won’t be performing the strategy and tricks you could perform, so larger and heavier scooters won’t be needed by the younger crowd. You could consider kick scooters with shorter bars, 100mm wheels, and smaller decks, which fit your kids, especially if they are first-time riders. Kids in their early teens could have kick scooters with 110mm wheels, taller and wider adjustable handlebars, and slightly bigger decks.

Adult riders are generally more aggressive riders. You may want a kick scooter with big wheels, larger decks, oversized and adjustable handlebars, and a more solid design. These scooters are expected to withstand more stress and weight. Moreover, a kick scooter with a folding mechanism can also make a big impact in terms of practicality and convenience.

Keeping the above considerations in mind, try to get as high a build quality as your budget allows. Remember you get what you pay for.

10 Best Kick Scooters for Adults 2017

Here are the Top 10 best kick scooters for adults that made our cut.

ProductsWeight (Pounds)Weight support (Pounds)Wheel 
Razor A5 Lux Scooter (Editor's Choice)8.5220200mmCheck Price
Razor A Kick Scooter614398 mmCheck Price
Razor A2 Kick Scooter614398mmCheck Price
Fuzion Cityglide Adult Kick Scooter10220205mmCheck Price
Fuzion CityGlide B200 Adult Kick Scooter9.9220200mmCheck Price
Hudora VK-205 LUX Big Wheel Fold Kick Scooter8.8220205mmCheck Price
Urban 7XL Deluxe Kick Scoote14--Check Price
Aeroactive Adults & Teens Scooter13.5220200mmCheck Price
Razor California Longboard Scooter9.2220-Check Price
Micro Sprite Kick Scooter5.5220-Check Price

1. Razor A5 Lux Scooter

Razor, the maker of award-winning products using cutting-edge technology, is again delivering a popular kick scooter in deluxe size. A5 Lux Scooter is equipped with 200mm extra-large urethane wheels, making it much safer to use, and providing the smoothest ride around. It has a super strong, aircraft-grade aluminum T-tube and deck, supporting riders of up to 220lbs.

Razor integrated a patented rear fender break and folding system, making the scooter one of the easiest to fold scooters around. Its sleek adjustable 18-inch handlebar, desirable for an average adult rider, and short deck make the A5 Lux a very compact scooter to store and maneuver. The quick release folding latch allows you to fold down in under 5 seconds.

An excellent scooter for the price, A5 Lux is one to beat. Compact, sturdy, and yet lightweight, weighing in at just 8.5lbs. A5 Lux comes in blue, pink, and red colors. Another remarkable feature is that it unfolds right out of the box and ready to go, no set up needed.

2. Razor A Kick Scooter

The Razor A scooter is one of the original and classic kick scooters Razor introduced. The Razor A Scooter features a single folding action mechanism, top line 98mm polyurethane wheels, ABEC bearings, a rear-step friction brake for quick stops, and adjustable handlebars. It is made from extremely lightweight and durable aircraft-grade aluminum and it can hold up to 143lbs of weight.

Like the A5 Lux, this scooter is easy to fold up for storage or for carrying in your backpack. Weighing only about 6lbs, this scooter is very easy to transport. The aluminum T-tube and deck is strong and lightweight, and the responsive foam grips help riders stay comfortable.

Although the handlebar is adjustable, what Razor missed in this item are the limited or short handlebars, which could challenge tall riders using it for the first time. Nevertheless, with so many advanced features, this kick scooter is sure to set your mood and enjoy a smooth ride. It’s a great scooter for the price, doesn’t require assembly, and comes in multiple colors.

3. Razor A2 Kick Scooter

Crafted from Razor’s original A model scooter, the the A2 has a slick aluminum style with the addition of a number of impressive features. The aircraft-grade aluminum tube and deck make this scooter sturdier than the A version, yet, at only 6 lbs, very lightweight. It has a patented rear fender brake system that ensures quick and easy stops.

This 2-wheel kick scooter has a spring-less shock system that makes bumpy pavement feel smoother. The 98mm inline-style urethane wheel with ABEC 5 bearings of this razor kick scooter offer a comfortable ride. Additionally, there is an enhanced finger guard and wheelie bar feature. The foldable T-tube and deck of the A2 Kick Scooter makes this scooter a portable one and can easily be thrown into a gym bag. There is no assembly required and you’re ready to go.

This version of the Razor A2 can support up to 143lbs of weight. Overall this scooter is fun and will pass the test of time. Even though there are issues to riders with bigger shoe sizes, this is just a minor problem and you will not have to worry too much about it.

4. Fuzion Cityglide Adult Kick Scooter

The design of the Fuzion Cityglide is superior in many aspects compared to other kick scooters in the market. It is made of a lightweight aluminum frame for easy carrying, with a weight of just 10lbs. There is also a secure folding mechanism for quick storage and transport. The hi-speed oversized wheels create excellent traction and smoothness over any terrain, with a large rear brake providing safe stopping power. It handles bumps well and flies down smoother pavement quite quickly. The T-bar not only has adjustable handlebar stem, but it also has a larger diameter, which helps strengthen the entire steering column.

Its sturdy construction allows 165lbs to 220lbs weight, which is pretty impressive. It also has a non-skid surface for your feet. In addition, the Fuzion Cityglide’s assembly time is fast and easy. You can choose from a variety of colors such as yellow/silver, red, and green. There might be a few issues with the workmanship compared to the Razor A5 Lux Scooter but overall I am giving it an excellent mark for its performance and design.

5. Fuzion CityGlide B200 Adult Kick Scooter

A good quality entry-level scooter for the price, Fuzion brings us another product constructed of top quality materials that is built to last.

The CityGlide B200 has a safety and a two-way-stop feature, a dual rear brake system that can be activated by hand brake or by your feet. Like the classic CityGlide, the B200 provides the same superior and fast gliding performance. It has hi-speed, oversized 200 mm PU wheels with a lightweight, solid aluminum frame that is low to the ground, making it effortless to kick. With that being considered, the CityGlide B200 is indeed more stable due to the rider’s weight being concentrated on the front wheel.

For a daily and speedy commute around town, the CityGlide B200 is a flawless find with its easy and innovative folding mechanism, which allows you to take this 9.9lbs lightweight scooter anywhere, including public transit.

6. Hudora VK-205 LUX Big Wheel Fold Kick Scooter

You can’t ignore the specs and quality of the VK-205 for your commuting needs. It provides a comfortable and fast riding experience when a speedy commute or trip around town or school is essential. The oversized 205mm anti-abrasive, shock-absorbing, high rebounding PU wheels and a lightweight, solid, low-to-the-ground aluminum frame are just some features making it competitive in the market. These features make it stable and effortless to kick.

The VK-205 has a German Patented 3-Seconds Easy-Folding Mechanism, an equipped kickstand, and shoulder strap, allowing the rider to take this lightweight scooter anywhere. The front Steering Head-tube contains 60+ mini marbles and special lubricant oil ensuring smooth and safe navigation.

A Fender-Spray Protection made of steel for brake covers the rear wheel of VK-205 ensuring durability. The deck has a non-slip surface with plenty of foot space, which guarantees you a solid grip for your feet. It can hold riders up to 220lbs and it only weighs 8.8 lbs.

Compared to the Cityglide, this scooter wins when it comes to the locking mechanism, overall weight and quality. Unlike the Cityglide, the VK-205 is ready to use upon unboxing. Just unfold it and go.

7. Urban 7XL Deluxe Kick Scooter

The Urban 7XL comes with adjustable handlebars that are suitable for adults and kids. With durability and performance as a top priority, this scooter is specially designed and tested by pro-riders.

The adjustable handlebar measures as low as 36-39in. With its imposing ABEC 7 Carbon Bearings, it has some extra speed and a smooth ride. It also comes with dual shock suspension and large 8 inch PU wheels. The deck is about the same size as the other scooters, which means your back foot can be placed sideways.

Like most of our favorite scooters, the Urban 7XL includes extra-thick foam handles for comfort and control and a strap for easy carrying. Urban 7XL has a stealthy and sleek black look. Though it is a solid and quality scooter, it is still fairly lightweight at 14lbs shipping weight and is super easy to fold.

If you are a conscientious adult and you want to have something to differentiate yourself from the younger crowd, this scooter is a perfect catch. It’s an upgrade over other scooters in the market.

8. Aeroactive Adults & Teens Scooter

The Aeroactive Adults & Teens Scooter comes with dual suspension located on the front and rear to help counter vibrations while you’re on the move. It is designed to be carried anywhere, beating uneven roads and surfaces. With its 200mm wheels, the push-off requirement during use is reduced. Plus, they limit any risk of going over the bar, making riding more comfortable and safer.

The quality ABEC 5 bearing brings an improved, top notch gliding performance. The frame deck is made of solid aluminum and it has a weight capacity of 220lbs. The scooter weighs at 13.5lbs with easy-to-fold mechanism for relaxed carrying and transport.

The manufacturer included a removable water bottle holder for your easy hydration. It is also important to note that this scooter is not designed for sport, freestyle or stunt usage.

9. Razor California Longboard Scooter

The California Longboard scooter is the ultimate stretch ride with the newest super stylized deck and an integrated kick tail. It’s a great scooter and can accommodate bigger adults. It has adjustable handlebars for the choice of ride you desire. Features include 32in extra-long polypropylene deck, consisting of a 7-plywood laminate, and large urethane wheels. Like most Razor scooters, it is equipped with a patented rear fender brake helping the rider stay in control. It also comes with adjustable handlebars to accommodate riders of several different heights, a rigid downtube and soft rubber grips for superior hold.

The California Longboard has a steel T-tube and frame construction, and a rigid welded down tube for improved performance stability. Weighing 9.2lbs, it can support a rider up to 220lbs and is offered in blue and a stunning wood deck design.

Take note that this scooter has some portability concerns because it doesn’t fold. Yet, it is still very easy to pack by lowering the handlebars making it fairly easy to carry over your shoulders.

10. Micro Sprite Kick Scooter

This scooter offers micro quality and style for a great price. With a variety of colors to choose from and a fantastically smooth glide, the Sprite is a favorite. Both teens and adults would truly enjoy the features of this scooter.

The Sprite is strong and lightweight, at only 5.5 lbs, with an adjustable height handlebar that extends 34in above the deck. It can support a maximum rider load of 220 lbs. Aside from being a great travel and commuter scooter, it can be folded up quickly and easily for carrying or easy storage. The built-in kickstand allows quick upright parking, which is absent on some scooters in the market. It's a great way to roll on a family trip and a cinch to carry around.

The Sprite comes completely assembled, with a patented double-button folding system. To unfold, simply loosen the clamp then push in and hold the 2 buttons on either side of the front wheel. Once unfolded, you can ride and go. The two-way kickstand can be kicked forward or back when you're ready to ride.

10 Best Kick Scooters For Kids (Mar. 2017)

Here’s our list of the Top 10 Best Kid Scooters in the market.

ProductsWeight (Pounds)Weight support (Pounds) 
Razor Jr. Lil' Kick Scooter6.245Check Price
Micro Mini Original Kick Scooter (Editor's Choice)3.344Check Price
Micro Maxi Kick Scooter5.51110Check Price
Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter7.545Check Price
OxGord Scooter for Kids4.5Check Price
Razor Party Pop Kick Scooter7.2143Check Price
Mongoose Expo Scooter25.95Check Price
Globber 3 Wheel Adjustable Height Scooter5.11110Check Price
Vokul Mini Kick Scooter577Check Price
Rimable Foldable Maxi Kick Scooter6.37130Check Price

1. Razor Jr. Lil' Kick Scooter

The Razor Jr. Lil’ Kick Scooter is the kid version of our favorite adult Razor scooter your kids admire. The scooter's stand-alone, three-wheel design makes for a more stable ride and the super slip-resistant deck keeps children on their feet. These are plus features ensuring the safety of your active kids.

With its wide rear wheelbase, it has a low profile for easy scooting and speeding around the neighborhood. This sturdy scooter has a welded steel frame and includes a padded T-bar, which is adjustable so you can make it the perfect height for your kids. It is lightweight weighing only 6.2lbs and has a weight capacity of 45lbs. The assembly is relatively fast and simple.

The Razor Jr. Lil’ Kick Scooter provides easy transport during outdoor activities or when the family goes for a trip. It comes in pink and blue colors and overall, this is a great little scooter to keep up with the Razor adult scooters.

2. Micro Mini Original Kick Scooter

Highest rated scooter for children aged 2 to 5, the Micro Mini Kickboard is a perfect fit for your kids. The Mini is sure to impress and is one of the best valued presents you could buy your child. It has a smooth gliding Micro Mini's 3 wheels, a low-to-the-ground deck and safe steering which all contribute to the performance stability of the Mini. That makes the Mini perfect for pre-schoolers and kindergartners.

The Mini has a lean-to-steer design where children steer by using their body weight to lean right and left and intuitively learn to lean into a turn. In return, your kids develop a sense of balance and coordination, which are prerequisites in many sports. That makes the Mini a unique and fun scoot for the kids.

The high-quality wheels and flexible fiberglass reinforced deck contributes to the bump-absorbing feature of this product, making the Micro Mini the smoothest, quietest ride available. It weighs only 3.3lbs and is recommended for children up to 44lbs and comes in a variety of vibrant colors. Certified by the CPSC, the Micro Mini is an excellent choice for children

3. Micro Maxi Kick Scooter

Swiss designed, the Maxi Kickboard is the highest rated scooter for ages 5 to 12 for its superior construction and durability. The wheels are made of the highest quality PU creating an incredibly smooth gliding performance.

Like the Micro Mini, the Micro Maxi uses a lean-to-steer technology where children navigate by using their body weight to lean right and left, automatically learning to lean into a turn. This steering feature, a curving and carving action, is comparable to skateboarding but with greater control and maneuverability.

The Micro Maxi offers two steering options, the Joystick for better lean-to-steer performance, or the traditional T-bar for easier balancing. Interchangeable handlebars are available as an accessory.

Safety certified by the CPSC, the Micro Maxi is recommended for school-age kids up to 110lbs. Its exceptionally strong construction is flexible and lightweight at 5.51lbs, making it a great cruising scooter for urban and suburban neighborhoods alike.

4. Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter

Designed for young riders, the Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter features an all-new design with a cool retro-inspired look. It features a three-wheeled design helping youngsters build coordination and maintain balance. The wide polypropylene deck is slip-resistant, and comes with a child safety latch on the folding mechanism for improved security, easy storage, and transportation.

The steering column, T-tube, and handlebars on the Razor Jr. Kick Scooter are constructed of aircraft-grade aluminum that ensures durability and a lightweight design at a 7.5lbs shipping weight. Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter also provides easy-grip handles and ample foot room for easy riding.

Assembly is fast and easy with just three quick steps: remove a plastic ring on the head tube, slide the handlebar and long stem into place, and replace the plastic ring which has a pin that goes through the head tube. With a weight capacity of 45lbs, this Razor Jr. Scooter is recommended for children between the ages of 3 to 5 years old.

5. OxGord Scooter for Kids

For beginners and inexperienced kids, Oxgord is an excellent purchase with its unique wide deck and 3-wheel design providing improved safety and stability. Durably constructed with metal and tough nylon composites, Oxgord remains one of the toughest competitors in the market.

Oxgord has quality, smooth PU wheels and high-quality bearings that reduce vibrations resulting in a quieter and slicker ride. The handles feature comfort grip pads and the folding design makes the scooter ideal for travel or storage.

The Oxgord kick scooter features an easily accessible rear brake. Your kids just need to press it, which then brings the scooter to a speedy secure stop. Plus, the large aluminum reinforced brake pedal is easy to use for quick and firm breaks.

At 4.5lbs, this is the perfect little scooter for your little one who is beginning to learn scooting. The Oxgord scooter is easy and quick to assemble and really built to last.

6. Razor Party Pop Kick Scooter

Who could resist the pulsating multi-color lights of the all-new Razor Party Pop Scooter? With the Razor Party Pop Scooter’s 12 multi-color LED lights, your child will surely be eager to step on this scooter and take a tour through the neighborhood.

Party Pop is made with a frosted opal polypropylene deck and a steel T-tube and frame. It also has rigid and non-folding handlebars and down-tube, providing a more stable ride. Plus, the foam grips are comfortable to steer making every turn easy for your child.

The Razor kid's scooter has a patented rear fender brake for a secure and quick stop. It can accommodate a maximum weight of 143lbs and is recommended for 6 years and up. It is worth noting that batteries are required for the light effects to work. The product comes with replaceable lithium batteries and it requires some assembly.

7. Mongoose Expo Scooter

When you are hesitant to buy a bike for your kids, buying a scooter with quality like that of a bike is one perfect decision. Besides, some active and adventurous kids are easily frustrated with the inline skate wheel scooters that clunk over sidewalks and get hung up on the smallest obstructions like pebbles or debris. Good news: Mongoose Expo may have just surpassed that.

With Mongoose Expo and its 12in tires, you can go almost every place a bike can go, from smooth grass to loose pavements with grit. That’s a top-level terrain capability.

The bike style handbrakes make stopping intuitive. The large wide foot deck brings an improved and easy balance and better stability while gliding. It also has caliper hand brakes, offering a more confident speed control. Absent in almost all other scooters in the market, the Mongoose Expo has an installed BMX freestyle handlebar with 360-degree brake rotor and pegs. The downside is that it is quite heavy at almost 26lbs shipping weight and it takes some time to put together. Nevertheless, the Expo will fit in at the bike park with the included pegs.

8. Globber 3 Wheel Adjustable Height Scooter

The Globber 3 Wheel Adjustable Scooter easy-activation mechanism is pretty remarkable. Thanks to its patented secure direction button lock located on the front of the deck, the scooter moves in a straight line. This feature is very helpful if you want your kids to learn how to balance. In case the secure direction button is not locked, ball bearings offer front wheel pivot support to simplify assisted steering. In turn, the low deck height delivers a stable ride.

A feature unique to the Globber is the X-Cross deck design, which improves the turning performance. There will be fewer worries for your child since strength to the steel-plate reinforced deck is doubled. The maximum weight capacity it can accommodate is 110lbs, which is more than double other kid scooters.

The high-rebound PU wheels with ABEC-5 bearings allow your child to roll along smoothly and he or she can safely hang on tightly to the dual-injection grips. The T-bar handlebars can be easily adjusted to your desired height and with the simple 3-position latch system design, the Globber lasts as your little one grows.

The Globber 3 Wheel Adjustable scooter weighs only 5.11lbs and is recommended for ages 2 – 6 years. It is easy to assemble with no tools required.

9. Vokul Mini Kick Scooter

AKA the “Mini Kick,” the Mini Scooter is designed for 2- to 5-year-olds and can accommodate up to 77lbs. The scooter features a triangular 3-Point ABS system with two anti-abrasive shock-absorbing PU wheels on the front and one wheel on the back. Just like what we love about the Razor Party Pop Scooter, the front wheels are specially designed with beautiful flashing lights.

The Mini Scooter features ABEC-5 chrome steering for a smoother and easier turn which gives your child more control. The patented suspensions on the front fork provide a smooth ride with improved balance and stability. Aside from that, the rear wheel has a Fender/Spray protection quick-react brake ensuring a quick stop once held by your kids.

Weighing around 5lbs, the Vokul Mini Scooter has a head tube made of aluminum and is specifically designed to be detachable for easy storage and carrying. The deck is made of compact high-grade plastic that is safe and environmentally friendly. The steering is equipped with soft hand grips that are safe for your child's hands, and the handle bar is adjustable to custom fit your child's height.

10. Rimable Foldable Maxi Kick Scooter

This Rimable Foldable Maxi Kick Scooter is truly spectacular with its new folding system design. Not to mention its exciting LED light up wheels, which your kids will absolutely love when they are riding along. It has an adjustable and solid T-handlebar for your height preference. Its 3-wheel and low-to-the-ground design guarantee s safety and stability for your little ones. There is also a rear-brake providing control & safety.

The Foldable Maxi Kick has a unique learn-and-steer system, which could truly help on developing your child’s sense of control and balance. It doesn’t require a skill level so you and your kids wouldn’t need a lot of time to learn to use it. This is a lightweight scooter at 6.37 lbs and designed and intended for big kids. From its name, its easy folding feature allows for easy carrying around town and easy storage. It can accommodate up to 130lbs and is built to last.

Our Recommendations

To wrap up, the Razor A5 Lux Scooter clearly is my choice and the winner for this roundup for the adult scooters. There is no question about its increasing popularity. With its extra large 8” urethane wheels, it offers the safest and smoothest ride compared to the smaller versions that the Razor Company introduced. Not to mention the patented and integrated rear spoon fender break feature it has. Undoubtedly, the A5 Kick Scooter is a great way to keep up with the kids on their smaller scooters. A superb and quality scooter for the price!

Perfect for our preschoolers, the Micro Mini Kickboard is my obvious favorite for the kids’ scooters. I am impressed with its lean-to-steer feature, which is valuable to our developing kids particularly on their ability to balance and achieve body coordination.

The bump-absorbing feature, absent in most scoots in the market, is a plus feature for me, thanks to the solid quality wheels and the flexible fiberglass reinforced deck. Certified by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the Micro Mini is one excellent buy.

Kick Scooter Vs Bicycle

Let’s discuss the difference between riding a kick scooter and a bicycle.


If you are living in dense areas, it might be more convenient to commute by kick scooter than bicycle. Traversing a mile takes about 6 minutes on a kick scooter at 10mph and 4 minutes on a bike at 15 mph. Your bicycle speed will be reduced due to the density of human traffic.

Unlike the conventional belief that Kick Scooters are slow and lack excitement, one competitive kick scooter rider proved everyone wrong by exceeding 20MPH at Queensboro bridge in NYC!


Kick scooters are portable, flexible and lightweight compared to bicycles which are typically heavy. You can store them in your backpack and you can literally carry them anywhere. Unlike bicycles, kick scooters do not require a parking space due to their folding mechanism.

With a kick scooter, you’ll be more pedestrian-friendly with lower speeds and quick maneuverability.

Road Dangers and Safety

Riding a bike may require the use of hand signals to communicate with motorists. However, it may be difficult for a child to develop and maintain the necessary skills to safely ride a bike, and it is dangerous for a child to cross the street on a bike when drivers may not follow traffic laws or may not see the child on the bike while turning around a corner.

With a kick scooter, you have more control starting, stopping and changing speed.

Our Thoughts

To sum up, both kick scooters and bicycles are effective in reducing travel time. Biking is more speed-driven than kick scooting but with a kick scooter, it requires less effort and less time to park and store.

A folding kick scooter is a more realistic, hassle-free solution to your commuting problems. Kick scooters only weigh about 10 lbs while bikes can weigh 25-32 lbs or heavier. The portability of kick scooters provides you more comfort and convenience.

If you and your kids wear protective gear while riding a kick scooter, your purchase and use of a quality kick scooter is safe choice.


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