A great little 12" scooter
This all terrain scooter is our go-anywhere, do-anything big wheeler that is fast, easy to ride, and practical for kids.
Loaded with safety features like the hidden front wheel axles and handle bar pad.
A tough and rigid steel frame & fork. Soft grips with safety bar ends.
12 inch smooth rolling air-filled tyres. The reduced centre of gravity makes the scooter very stable and easy to ride.
Plenty of stopping power with the rear V brake
Recommended for ages 7-13 years
Max riding weight 80kgs.
|FRAME||Steel tri-down tube design|
|FORK||Steel with axle covers|
|TYRES||Smooth roll 12 x 1.95|
|STEM||4 bolt front load|
|HANDLEBARS||Steel BMX Style|
|BRAKES||Rear V Brake|
Received Scooter very quickly, was easy to assemble. Having lots of fun on it with grandson. Good buy.
The brakes on my scooter I bought from you are a joke , Chinese junk again , don’t work , even after adjustment, pissed off.
My daughter loves it! Far more fun than a normal scooter and she will go for miles on it
My grandson-loves it and rides it everyday I received it within 2 days awesome service …thanks so much.
I am enjoying the scooter because of the pneumatic tyres which is why I bought it.
I have been riding a smaller commuter-scooter with the larger size of silicone wheels but it couldn't handle rougher surfaces around town so I bought a the cheapest pneumatic scooter I could get during lockdown as a test. So, satisfaction from the tyres.
one wheel had a wide point so that the brake could not be adjusted safely. I swapped to the other wheel which now works ok but I had to get out the spoke spanner to make it true because it wobbled when I fitted it straight out of the box. To compound that problem, the travel on the brake-lever seems unnecessarily limited and I found it quite difficult to find that point where the wheel would roll but the brake would still work. It works now only because I tolerate a small amount of constant rubbing on the brake shoes.
As for the basic design, it has no off-set on the bottom of the forks. This means that the steering is very unstable. The trail or castor-effect on the forks of 2-wheeled vehicles is what makes them stable and steer into curves. So,,, disappointing from a design point of view. Would it really have been so expensive to do the usual thing like other scooters and bikes? I should have looked at the photos more carefully. I have found a workaround which is to keep the scooter upright in turns; steering it flat like a trike.
So,,, overall, a useful proof-of-concept for me but disappointing design and production values. Next time I will buy something similar but with two brakes and offset on the forks.