Scoot Up and Ride.

One of the things that my daughter has always loved to do is ride her scooter. When we lived in our flat, Grace was able to skate to school almost every day and I know that she misses that a lot.

I am fully aware that when she is able to do this again, the scooter she has is either going to be too small and/or too childish for her (children grow up so fast these days!). I recently found that Skate Hut stock micro scooters. They are just any scooters either, they are all singing, all dancing scooters which suit anywhere from 6 years to adult. Skate Hut is a brand to be trusted too. They are the number one online skate shop, so I’m sure they know what they are talking about when it comes to items with wheels (although I don’t think I would take my car to them!).

Looking through their stock, the cheapest scooter on the list is the Micro Sprite Complete at £59.95. This is described as ‘an all rounder – ideal for beginners and everyone who loves to scoot’.  Skate Hut believe that this scooter has an excellent price – value ratio and is the best model for beginners. It now comes with a kick stand and Skate Hut recommends that protection, such as a helmet and pads, should be worn.  This scooter comes with a free bonus pack (as do a number of their other models).

Towards the top end of the range is the scooter for the more extreme rider. The micro flex air retails at £144.95 and is apparently the most comfortable scooter with Patented Flex Deck (thats the board to me and and you) and 200mm air tyres. It is also considered the ultimate in commuter scooter (there’s a phrase that should be coined if it hasn’t already!).

With a price match guarantee and next day delivery, The Skate Hut is certainly worth a look.

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  1. April 26, 2013 / 4:44 pm

    Good thing now a days there are some scooters that are specifically made for adults, you can also customize a scooter by replacing some parts in order to adjust its height.

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