Over the recent years urban sports such as bikes, rollerblades and scooters have been gaining in popularity with both children and adults. A result of this is the introduction of many companies who have been making scooters to meet this demand. Consequently, there are many types of scooters to choose from now. There are many designs that can meet the variety of needs and styles of the individual scooter enthusiast, both the young and the young at heart.
One of the top ranking scooters currently on the market is called the JD Bug scooter. Being a little more in price than the typical push-scooters it has a better design and higher quality of material than most of the other scooters available right now. These come in a variety of colours to suit the tastes of just about anyone interested into high quality scooting. Plus they have other customisations such as grip tap holder bars and a variety of wheels for both custom riding style and esthetics.
Another well-established scooter on the market current is the RILLA scooter line. They are of a more average priced scooter perfect for riders who are just starting to learn advanced techniques and stunts before they are ready to break out the big bucks for a higher-quality stunt scooter. Their ranges of scooters are one of the top freestyle scooters which also come in a variety of flashy colours and a light-touch breaking system.
The most notable scooters for small children are the Micro Scooters. These has specific designs for the ages between four and seven. Being Swiss-made originally, Micros are made with some of the strictest designs for safety in the current children's scooter market. They also have push scooter designs for other ages as well including children over the age of ten, and stunt scooters for teenagers and adults.
The industrial standard for both children and adults would be the Razor scooter. The original Razors are much cheaper then the JD bug while still keeping a similar level of quality. This is perfect for a first time children's scooter. The best- selling razor model is the Razor Spark. This design has a detachable spark bar for leaving a trail of sparks behind the scooter. Razor is one of the more available brands out there which can be found both locally and online stores such as amazon and in most big box stores with a sports section.
For hardcore scooting there is Australian Madd Gear which are designed for crazy stunters and enthusiasts. These are normally seen as the best choice for stunt scooters out there. They have many unique deck designs to fit many styles of riding. The most popular models in this brand would be the Madd Ninja and the Madd Nitro.
There are a lot of brands and designs that target people that are mostly interested in stunts, but there is another style of three-wheeled scooters for safer more low key enjoyment for small children. These are best for casual scooting in the backyard or deck. Among all their safety features is the back wheel hidden away to avoid accidents. Also they have study tires and a well-gripped handle. Again these also come in a variety of colours to suit any taste.
With all the variety of scooters available to use today, there will be a model out there for just about anyone to account for visual taste, safety and riding style. All these for both the casual beginner and the pro scooter enthusiast alike.