AD Gifted – We have been gifted a 2 wheeled scooter for kids in return for this blog post all words and opinions are my own.

2 wheeled scooter for kids. Monkey recently turned eight years old. Since we were still locked down at the time we wanted to make it special as it could be. Since a traditional party was off the cards Monkey had a virtual party instead and we took him on a socially distanced day out. A GoBoat Trip on the Thames.  He also had one thing on his birthday wishlist. A 2 wheeled scooter. The boys have always had Micro Scooters which have lasted really well. The quality is second to none so I was delighted when they offered to send him a Sprite Classic LED Micro Scooter.

When is the right time to move to a 2 wheeled scooter for kids?

At eight I would suggest that Monkey could have probably been on a 2 wheeled scooter now for a couple of years. But he has been happy with his three-wheeler until he started his Junior School. He saw the other children on them and instantly wanted one. However, I was a little nervous. I felt he was a bit older than his peers when it came to learning to ride a bike without stabilisers, and although his balance is generally not bad. He can be a little accident-prone. So I feel that eight was probably the right age for him. Although Micro Scooter does say that 2 wheeled scooters for kids are suitable from the age of five, as they steer like a bike.

The Sprite Classic LED Micro Scooter is aimed at children from the age of five to twelve and up to 100kg in weight. So there is a lot of longevity as it is suitable for children up to 152cm tall. Micro Scooter also offer parts replacement so on the off chance of Monkey damaging his new scooter I will be able to get it fixed easily.

First impressions of the Sprite Classic LED Mirco Scooter

The scooter arrived folded down in its box. I was impressed with how small it was when folded down. Especially as we wanted to take it with us on our recent trip to Cornwall. The car was already full to the brim so I was grateful that it did fold down. It also has handlebars which fold in so it really is slim. It also weighs a mere 2.7kg. We opted for the Ocean Blue but there are lots of other colours to choose from and it is even possible to get it personalised. I love the bright blue and it looks very smart.

I must admit we had to watch you youtube video to work out how to get it to go up. But its really easy when you realise there is a release button on the side. The handlebars just twist in with a little button to hold and release them when you have finished.

First Outing

Monkey was excited to go out on it for the first time. He took to it like a duck to water and was zooming around all over the place. As it steers like a bike he quickly got the hang of it enjoying going up and down the hills, we found on our walk. There wasn’t really any wobble at all and since the break is the same on the back wheel as his current Micro Scooter it was easy to master. He is looking forward to learning so tricks.

The LED lights in both the front and back wheels are a huge hit. I was impressed with just how bright they are when he was scooting in the shade. I can see them brightening up our outside time during the colder months of the year. It is also an added incentive to keep his speed (and effort up).

Conclusions – 2 wheeled scooter for kids

I am already used to the quality that the Swiss design yet the Sprite Classic LED Micro Scooter surpassed my expectations. The lightweight aluminium makes it is easy to transport. I know we will get a lot of use out of it over the Summer months. The Sprite Classic LED Micro Scooter is priced at £109.95 order yours via their website.

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  1. Ruth Harwood Reply

    My son loves his scooter, and it’s a great way to get him out and about in the sun!

  2. Priscilla Stubbs Reply

    They certainly look like good funned I’m sure Arlo would love a scooter

  3. I love that these scooters are so easy to transport being both foldable and lightweight!

    • Tee Simpson Reply

      Thank you for this review! We are considering scooters for Christmas for our kids. I really like the features of this one so it is going on the list!

  4. Mosaics Lab Reply

    Thank you so much for the awesome review! Amazing scooter! I am sharing this review with my friend Alice, she might be in the market for a scooter.

  5. Kristine Nicole Alessandra Reply

    This would be nice to give my grandson. He rarely goes out of their hose because according to him, “the corona virus is just outside.” I think getting him this scooter will encourage him to go outside to olay

  6. Such a neat scooter! This would be perfect for my little nephews when they get a tad bit older! Definitley will keep this in mind!

  7. Jazz Tattersall Reply

    That scooter looks like so much fun how long do the led batteries last

  8. Such a lovely scooter and your son is the perfect age for it too. We got our son for Christmas last year and he totally loves his 2 wheeled scooter. A great way to get them out and about

  9. How fun to move from a three-wheeler to a scooter – and how great both of them got to try their new rides together! Looks like they had a blast!

  10. I love micro scooters, as they are always so well built and last years! My daughter has been asking to ‘upgrade’ to a two wheel scooter from a three wheeler, so this would be perfect 🙂

  11. Carly Belsey Reply

    These are great arent they, my daughter loves to get out and about on hers, took her a while to get used to it though.


    This post has bought back some great memories.
    When I was little and stayed at my Grandparens house I played with a blue scooter my Uncles had played with when they were young. Then when my sisters and I started having children , and the scooter was looking old and knackered my Grandad painted it pink, then added silver tassles and butterfly stickers. Now I’m a Nanny; my grandson will be the beginning of the fourth generation to use it. We might have to paint it blue again though!!

  13. Jeanette Leighton Reply

    these look great my boy has a paw patrol scooter , my daughter used to have a scooter but has now got to big for it

  14. Sarah Lambert Reply

    What an amazing review my little girl is 3 and I bought her a three wheeled scooter at Easter so this is great advice to know going forward

  15. Everything Enchanting Reply

    That two wheeled scooter looks so cool! Your kid is so happy with his scooter 😁 This could be a nice gift for my nephew 😊

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