HOW TO CHOOSE A KIDS' SCOOTER?

Your choice of kids' scooter should be based on your child's age, their motor skills, and where they'll be riding.

Your choice of kids' scooter should be based on your child's age, their motor skills, and where they'll be riding.

YOUR CHILD'S AGE

Oxelo offers four kinds of freestyle scooter to match your child's age:

KIDS AGED BETWEEN 2 AND 4

They can't yet keep their balance very well when walking, so a three-wheeled scooter is best.

KIDS AGED BETWEEN 4 AND 6

They're still learning to balance but can start thinking about two-wheeled models.

KIDS AGED BETWEEN 6 AND 12 

They'll want to use their scooter to play in parks, around the neighbourhood, and for short trips. Choose a medium size scooter.

KIDS AGED OVER 7

Your child will be wanting a scooter that they can have fun with and easily get around town, go to school and/or go on medium distance rides (up to 2 km). In that case, choose a scooter with large wheels that are more suited to this type of use.

THE TYPE OF SURFACE 

Think about the type of ground that you'll be riding on. If it's irregular or rugged, choose a model that has suspension, especially at the front, and ergonomic handles to dampen vibrations in the legs and the arms

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