Your little kid can’t wait to keep up with the big kids in the neighborhood. All this skateboarding, and biking, and swinging on swings – why, she even has a suspicion that some of these big kids get to ride in the car without a car seat! The future looks fun, and she wishes she could have all that fun now.
The Kickboard USA Mini Kick Scooter is so easy for little kids to learn and use that the big kids will be astonished. This ultra-lightweight Swiss-made scooter for preschoolers has a three-wheeled design, a low-to-the-ground deck, and a lean-and-steer handle that all make it simple and intuitive for small children to “surf the sidewalk.” The Mini Kick Scooter feels safe and stable, and the two wheels are in front so kids won’t accidentally kick the wheels while pushing off. So little riders learn fast, and you’ll be amazed by how fast your child picks up awesome scooting skills!
The Mini Kick Scooter has a sturdy plastic deck that’s sized to fit both of your child’s feet, and it has a foot brake in the rear just like a big-kid scooter. The scooter wheels are quiet and non-marking, so if your child gets her Mini Kick for the winter holidays, she can try it out indoors, and shock absorbers provide a smooth ride. Finally, the Mini Kick Scooter weighs only 3.3 pounds, so if your little athlete gets tired midway through a trip, you can hang her scooter on the back of the stroller. The Kickboard USA Mini Kick Scooter is suggested for ages 3-5, and it’s won loads of awards – get yours today and see why!
Manufacturer's Note: The Mini Kick Scooter is designed with a weight recommendation of 60lbs. Please note that the scooter displays a weight limit of 20kg (44 lbs). The reason for the discrepancy is that European standards dictate that weights are approved and displayed only in increments of 10 kg (22lbs), so the next available weight category of 30 kg, or 66 lbs, would have put the displayed recommended weight limit OVER its actual recommendation of 60 lbs.
durable, intuitive, fun, stable
We have two of these scooters and just bought one for our nephew. Needless to say, we think it is a great purchase. It is really intuitive to ride so the kids learn how to turn by using their body weight rather than turning the handle. Because the handle cannot turn and lock in any weird way, it is very stable too. Our kids love theirs.
good design, well-built
My 3 year-old niece loves it. Granted, she's not the best at it... and turning is not the same as typical toys/bikes (to steer, you push down on the handle, you don't turn it), but she is learning slowly. I just believe that once she gets the hang of it, this is the best quality scooter out there.
i actually had to return the scooter bc my daughter was too young for the concept. she picked it up in the mbeans play area and took to it like a champ. SHE JUST TURNED TWO! i was so impressed i bought it for her (she actually dragged the sample toy out of the play area - hint hint). but in all honesty, even though she can use it perfectly well, she is not ready for the concept of a scooter. but that just goes to show how easy it is to use! we will be buying this again in a year :)
Fun, Easy To Assemble, Durable
I bought this for my daughter's third birthday. It is the most recommended scooter out there for little ones (after much research). I couldn't find it anywhere in pink except on Magic Beans! I am so happy I discovered Magic Beans. She loves it, and it is not too fast for beginners. [...]. I am very happy with the purchase and would recommend it
Easy To Assemble, Safe, Fun, Durable
I got two of these, one for my 4.5 and one for my 3 year old boys - They are just the right height, and really sturdy (even when my son threw it in frustration the first time, it was fine!) The colors are vibrant, and the brake is easy to use even for little ones. I found to help the kids learn how to turn it (by leaning to one side or another) it was helpful to push them on it for a bit, then they get the hang of it! Definitely seems to be worth the cost as this is much better built than many things (swiss engineering I think?)