Sharks may be scary, but the Spinner Shark Drifting Kneeboard is fun. For kids who like riding scooters and drifter cars, this will give them a new way to ride. You don’t sit or stand on the Spinner Shark. Instead, you kneel on it. It’s got foam pads to provide comfort as kids ride.
To get started, kids use one leg to kick themselves into motion. The u-shaped center cutout area is where a child’s leg should go to kick onto the ground. The Spinner Shark has 180 degrees of steering so that kids can do gentle curves, circles, or fast directional changes. There is also a handbrake so that kids can gradually slow down and come to a stop.
The Spinner Shark’s low-to-the-ground profile provides added stability, and it has four 360-degree caster wheels for smooth drifting and spinning. There is also a safety flag.
For kids who like scooters and other riding toys, this will be a fun new way to ride. It will take kids some practice before they figure out the proper riding technique and feel comfortable riding the Spinner Shark. But once they do, they’ll be able to ride around and do all sorts of cool spins and drifts. As long as kids have the patience to learn how to ride and the space to ride it, this will be a cool way for kids to have fun outside.
The Spinner Shark Drifting Kneeboard is for ages 6 and up. It has a 110-pound weight limit. Adult supervision is required.
It will be fun for kids who like scooters and other riding toys.
Some assembly is required, and it took us five minutes to do. The flag and flagpole are not very sturdy.
Protective equipment, such as a helmet, should always be worn when riding the Spinner Shark.
You’ll also want to make sure that you have a lot of space to ride around on this, especially if you're going to do drifts and spins.
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