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Scooters for Kids

When choosing a scooter, you should mostly work according to the child's height, but also take into account their physical fitness and body type.

Which category to choose (?)Even if children are the same height, they can differ in body type and physical fitness. A stronger child will be able to cope with a bigger scooter, which will undoubtedly last longer. A slighter child will feel better off on a smaller scooter that is easier to control. E.g. If your child is 120 cm tall, physically fit and co-ordinated, you’re fine going for a 120-140 cm model. Just set the handlebars at their lowest. If your child is slighter, the 110 to 135 cm category would be best, because there you’ll find smaller and lighter models. Adjust the handlebar height to half-way. Note: The range of handlebar settings may vary for each model.
Not sure about height? Your child´s age will also help to narrow the selection:

Not sure about height? Your child´s age will also help to narrow the selection:

How to choose by age (?)Life doesn´t fit into tables. Children of the same age can differ greatly in body type and fitness. A stronger child will be able to cope with a bigger scooter, which will undoubtedly last longer. A slighter child will feel better off on a smaller scooter that is easier to control.
Back to the choice of height.

From a scooter life

Although the children participate in the same races, we cannot compare them with one other. Our evaluation should only reflect how and in what ways they have improved since last time.

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