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Micro Scooters

Micro Kickboard T Original - Chrome

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- Micro Classic Kickboard T
- fibreglass deck
- One Handed steering
- Front independent suspension
- Folds for storage
- Comes with 'T' handle bar aswell


*Micro products are available to Australian customers only.


Kickboard Original:The patented sandwich deck system made from reinforced fibre glass makes for ultimate comfort at high speed, absorbing bumps and kerbs as you go. With its sophisticated folding mechanism and sandwich flex deck this is the ultimate 3 wheel ride.


A Kickboard is not a scooter, it's not a skateboard it's somewhere in between! The one handed operation of the kickboard means that one hand remains free to carry things. The kickboards don't turn quickly, rather they carve gentle turns to more closely resemble how you walk. They are free standing so you don't have to lean them against something when it's not being used. It has a handle so it's safer to ride and easier to pick up when you get to the stairs. It folds for easy storage at work, school or home. This 'T' model also comes with a regular T shaped handle bar.


It's the ultimate ride! Come try one today!


kickboard© versus micro scooter – two wheels or three wheels, what’s the difference?

A typical situation when a child has grown too old for the mini micro : “...you’re old enough now to use a two-wheeled micro ...”. This is followed by howls of protest from the child in questions which clasps its mini micro fiercely with all its strength and refuses point blank to change to a scooter.

Contrary to many assumptions, the decision as whether to choose a kickboard© or scooter or, in other words, two wheels or three, has nothing to do with age. In fact, it has a lot more to do with the fact that mini micro kids have become used to shifting their weight on a kickboard©, and they really enjoy using their own weight to steer with. A micro scooter, on the other hand, is steered like a bike. In other words, it simply involves turning the handlebar to the left or right with your hands. It’s really only a matter of taste, just as some people prefer snowboarding to skiing. A mini or maxi micro belongs to the kickboards family, and many kickboard© aficionados rave and enthuse about a feeling akin to surfing over the asphalt. That’s why many former mini or maxi micro kids often want to stick with kickboard© at a later stage. Scooter fans, on the other hand, simply swear by the micro scooter system which involves bike steering. Regardless of how old or sporting anybody is, at the end of the day, the steering system that you find more fun is the factor that really counts.

However, kickboards and micro scooters do have one thing in common:

Simple and uncomplicated micro mobility with a massive

fun factor!

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