The Mini Kickboard (Pink) Ages 3+

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The Mini Kickboard (Pink) Ages 3+

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The Mini Micro Kickboard is the quality 3-wheel kick scooter with an award-winning Swiss design.

Ideal for children ages 3-5, the Mini Micros's 3 wheels, low-to-the-ground deck, and gentle lean-and-steer handle bar all contribute to the stability that makes the Mini perfect for pre-schoolers and kindergarteners. The lean-and-steer design is what makes the mini unique and fun. Using their body weight to curve right and left, kids intuitively learn to 'surf the sidewalk', developing balance, coordination and motor skills.

The deck of the Mini is large enough for two little feet, so kids can easily switch from pushing with one foot, to just enjoying the glide.

<br.Kids love the foot brake positioned at the back of the deck - it looks just like the ones on the big kids' scooters. At 3.3 lbs, the Mini Micro scooter is lightweight so it's easy for kids to maneuver and for parents to pick up and carry whenever need be (it hangs nicely on the back of a stroller).

Kids, and their parents, love the Mini for the way it provides hours of fun, while encouraging movement and exercise.


  • Weight Limit: 44 lbs.
  • T-bar height: 24 in from standing deck to the top
  • Length/Width of scooter: 22in long x 9.25in wide
  • Length/Width of standing deck: 12in long x 4.5in wide
  • Front Wheels: 120mm wheels
  • Back Wheel: 85mm wheels
  • Handles: 10.5 in across, made of thick, durable rubber
  • For ages 3 to 5 years

Material: Fiberglass

Brand: Kickboard USA

Origin: Imported

Kickboard USA is the exclusive distributor for Micro, a Swiss mobility company that manufactures kickboards and scooters for kids and adults. Micro was born in Zurich as a solution to founder Wim Ouboter's sausage dilemma (his favorite sausage shop was too far away to walk to, but too close to warrant driving) and has since gone international. The scooters are small enough to hide in a backpack, and use special stability technology to ensure a smooth ride.