Ride on Scooter Guide

Ride on Scooter Guide

Ride on Scooter Guide

Ride-ons are the perfect first step for toddlers to start developing skills and get a taste of independence rolling on their own. Our preschool range has been designed specifically with child development in mind to assist toddlers in improving their balance, coordination and confidence.

Kids are fast learners and these versatile wheels are ready to transform as they're ready, changing from ride-on to scooter. This guide is here to help you decide between our different ride-on options and pick out the right match for your child.

Preschooler on her Mini Micro Seat

Mini Micro Seat attachment for Mini Micro Classic/Deluxe. This is a great idea for families with younger siblings growing up or your child isn't quite ready to scoot yet.

The adjustable seat can be set at two different heights to suit your child. Once they're ready to stand you can remove the seat and start learning to scoot with the easy to use o-bar handle. Once they're confident you can replace the stem for the t-bar and use as the Mini Micro Scooter.

Mini Micro Seat Accessory

  • Adjustable to two heights
  • Fits Mini Micro, Mini Deluxe
  • Develops scooting skills
  • Award winning fun

Stage of the Mini Micro Seat Attachment

Preschooler on her Mini2go Deluxe

The Mini2Go Deluxe is suitable for toddlers from 18months with the wider seat. The Deluxe models comes with a ride-on seat, storage drawer, scooter and parents handle bar.

Toddlers can use the ride-on and easy to remove storage draw that lets them bring along their toys and treasures when they please. Once they're ready to start scooting you can remove the seat completely and use as a scooter. The three removable parts makes it easy for you to store.

 

Mini2go Deluxe Features

  • Seat is positioned at 20.5cm
  • Width of ride-on seat is 18cm
  • Handle bar adjusts from 49-68cm
  • Parents handle adjusts from 40-80cm long

Stages of the Mini2go Deluxe

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