There you have it, our top 5 best kids kick scooters available to parents everywhere. “I think it’s really fast,” said our 8-year-old tester, “and it’s the best because it’s the right size for me, and I really, really like Razors.” The A3’s wheels are the largest of our testing group—125 mm, compared with 120 mm on the Micro Maxi and Mini and 98 mm on the other larger Razor scooters—and the front wheel is equipped with shock-absorbing suspension. However, it is you, the parent that really must gauge the right time. This can be easily seen when a child starts out tentatively riding their scooter, only to quickly become its master by performing basic tricks and stunts. *At the time of publishing, the price was $60. Its flexible fiberglass-reinforced deck flexes just the right amount: It’s not as rigid as the bigger Razor models’ metal decks but doesn’t bend in the middle like the cheaper plastic decks of the Razor Jr. Lil’ Kick or Den Haven. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of, Inc, or its affiliate. Once your child dismounts from their scooter, they can either elect to prop it up with the retractable kickstand, or use Razor’s patented folding mechanism to collapse it and store it. Hudora also includes an adjustable carry strap for easy portability. While the deck is nice and as wide as the Micro Mini’s, the Lil’ Kick somehow felt less stable than the Micro scooters while also being slow and clunky. Finally, kick scooters work to promote a child’s cognitive development. If you are looking for a kids scooter that will show off your child’s personality, then the New Neon Flash Kids Scooter might just be the way to go. Oh my yes! Features include an adjustable handlebar, foam grips, made for ages 8 and up. It’s not great for doing tricks, however, and younger kids may find it on the heavier side. Krysha is a passionate freelance writer who appreciates everything outdoors. Its handlebars are fully adjustable to 3 heights which allow it to grow as your child grows, and are fitted with comfortable foam grips. After a new round of testing, we’re adding the Micro Maxi Deluxe Folding, a new, foldable version of the Micro Maxi Deluxe, as a top pick. The Razor ‘A’ Kick Scooter for kids is the original, the kick scooter from which all other Razor  Kick Scooters are born. Tall 3-year-olds were equally able to ride this model, with the handlebar on its lowest setting. Skateboarding, surfing, and skiing all use the weight-shifting lean-to-turn technique that kids learn while scootering. By riding a scooter, you child will develop a sense of autonomy, and with that comes the ability to make decisions for themselves. We prefer the adjustable-height version of the Mini because the price difference is only $10 and the 8 inches of adjustability will allow a child to use the Mini for an extra year or two—or let a different-age friend play with it. You also want to look at the weight capacities to make sure your kid is below the threshold. By doing so, parents will be encouraging independence and exploration in their children. Scooter riders should always wear helmets. We only use this information for statistical analysis purposes and then the data is removed from the system. The ride is smooth and quiet even over sidewalk cracks and rougher roads. New Neon Flash Kids Scooter at a Glance:Age Range: 5+ YearsNumber of Wheels: 2Scooter Weight: 12 PoundsWeight Capacity: 134 Pounds #6 Micro Maxi Kick Scooter with T-bar The Micro Maxi Kick Scooter is swiss-designed and built for quality. Regularly applying lubricant to the bearings can help wheels glide more smoothly. Once the ride is complete your child can use Razor’s very own, patented handlebar folding mechanism to put it into storage. It provides the smoothest, quietest ride of any scooter we tested. So, how do we find the best kids scooters without spending a fortune? In fact, our medicine cabinets at home were stocked full of band-aides, mercurochrome, and various antibacterial ointments. Let’s look at the top 5 tips for riding a kids scooter. The Mini shares the Maxi’s high-quality materials and build and notable durability, its parts are replaceable, and it has a two-year warranty. Crazy Skates offers several different styles of kick scooters for children. The weight limit on the A3 is 143 pounds, which is less than the Micro Maxi’s 150-pound maximum, but means it also can be used through many kids’ teenage years—as well as by smaller adults.