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Your 3-year-old child wants to go to kindergarten with her big sister. Your 5-year-old wants to ride a bike like her big brother. And your 9-year-old just wishes he was allowed to stay up a little later. All of these issues will, of course, resolve themselves with time, as little kids become bigger kids.
And the Kickboard USA Micro Mini 3-in-1 Scooter is designed to grow with them: this variation on the beloved Micro Mini Kick Scooter adapts to fit kids from age 1 to age 5 (at which point it’s time to invest in a Maxi Kick Scooter). The Mini 3-in-1 has a clever removable seat for toddlers, letting them scoot along with both feet on the ground. Removing the seat reveals a low O-bar handle that’s easy for a 2-year-old who’s just learning to ride a scooter properly to grasp. Finally, once she’s ready for the real thing, it’s easy to switch out the O-bar for the included T-bar, which transforms the scooter into a regular Mini Kick Scooter.
Along with the easy-to-remove scooter seat and the O-bar handle, the Micro Mini 3-in-1 Scooter includes all the features of the classic Mini Kick Scooter. Kids steer the scooter by leaning, an easy and intuitive steering style that lets them “surf the sidewalk.” The three-wheeled design is easy to balance, and the low-to-the-ground, sturdy fiberglass-reinforced scooter deck has room for both feet. A rear step-on brake adds some extra control to scooting, and the smooth-gliding scooter wheels are whisper-quiet (great for indoor as well as outdoor use).
Finally, if your little athlete gets tired in the middle of a trip, the Micro Mini 3-in-1 Scooter is feather-light, so it’s easy for you to carry or hang on the back of your stroller.
Super easy to assemble, durable, light and most, importantly, FUN!
My 18 month old loves this scooter (she uses the seat and small handle bar). Such a great investment because it grows with your kid. My 5 year old STILL rides her mini scooter. The steering is very easy, and it even works well on our bumpy cracked city sidewalks.