To get started, you'll need to kick off and peddle quickly; if you try to peddle too slowly at first, the scooter won't steady and you'll loose your balance. But once you get going simply pump your feet up and down to move forward. For older riders, the best way to describe the movement is kind of like moving on an elliptical. You'll also want to take turns pretty wide at first to help keep your balance.
The foot plates have a good grip surface so you'll feel firmly planted and in control as you cruise. If at any time you need to come to a stop, simply pump the quick-response break on your handle bar and bring a foot to the ground to dismount.
The scooter also features a foldable frame so it can be stored easily and folded up quickly for travel.
We also like the quick-fold feature, which makes it ideal for kids to use for travel and parents to quickly store in the car or closet.
It holds a maximum weight of 154 pounds.
The product itself weighs a little more than 20 pounds.
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