Disclosure: I received the following for review from Micro Kickboard. All opinions are my own.
My Kenzie is growing up so quickly which means her "toys" are ever changing to keep up with her interests and skill as well. She loves playing outdoors and has been enjoying "bike day" at school. Many of her friends bring scooters and she has been expressing an interest in these so-called grown up scooters so I just knew she would be ecstatic over her new Micro Kickboard Maxi Scooter.
While Mason's favorite color is black, surprisingly Kenzie was happy to see this color and didn't hesitate to get her ride on. From the offset, one can definitely feel the difference in the Micro Kickboard product as it is sturdy and has weight to it. The T-bar option allows for easy balancing for the younger end of the range (5-12 years old, up to 110 pounds) while the Joystick is designed for those confident in curving and carving.
It is easy to adjust the height by opening the latch, pulling up (or down) on the bar and then closing said latch. The solid construction is durable with a secure foundation for your little one to have loads of fun. The ride is super smooth as kids use their body weight and handlebar while leaning into a turn. I'm sure Kenzie can't wait to do some tricks once she gathers up the courage to do so.
Kenzie is definitely having some major fun on her Micro Kickboard Maxi Scooter and cruising around the neigborhood with ease. Is a Micro Kickboard scooter on your child's wishlist?