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How It Works

Most children start by walking while straddling their Boot Scoot. When they become more comfortable, they will begin to sit on the seat, push themselves forward, and maintain balance with both feet. As they learn to balance on their own, they will begin to lift their feet for short distances. Before long, they’ll be cruising along and you’ll have to quicken your pace just to keep up. Some children take a few days, others a few weeks to get the hang of it. No matter how long it takes, your child will have fun learning to ride their Boot Scoot.

Is Your Child Ready for a Boot Scoot?

Boot Scoots are designed for children ages 2 through 6. A more specific indication that your child is ready to start riding is their inseam. For our smallest model, the Bopper, the seat adjusts from 11 inches to 13.5 inches. The seat height for the Zoomer, adjusts from approximately 14”-17” with a quick-release collar. Most children are ready to ride either on or soon after their second birthday. The Cruiser’s seat adjusts from 17”-20” and it weighs a little more, making it perfect for slightly older children, typically ages 3-6. If your child’s inseam is at least 11 inches, they are ready to ride! The maximum recommended weight is 50 to 80 lbs. depending on the model purchased.

 

No pedals or training wheels—allows your child to learn balance quickly and easily without injuries from greasy chains or pedal cranks

Bopper

start from

$94.99

  • (age 1 1/2 – 3 approx.)
  • Three color choices
  • lightweight steel frame that’s built kid-tough
  • weight: 8 lbs
  • 21″ L x 11 – 13.5 ” H (at seat); adjustable handlebars & seat
  • EVA polymer smooth, hard tires that are wider – no blown tires ever again! outdoor use as well as indoor as clean up is easy!
  • Brand new foot rests for easier coasting
  • Certified lead free paint
  • Rubber hand grips
  • Quick and easy to assemblee

Zoomer

start from

$89.99

  • (age 2-5 approx.)
  • Four color choices
  • Lightweight steel frame that’s built kid-toughweight: 7 lbs
  • 33″ L x 14-17″ H x 17″ W (at handlebars)
  • Height-adjustable handlebars
  • Quick-release padded saddle, adjustable seat height: 14″-17″
  • 12″ solid (hardened rubber) tires—never change a popped tire
  • White plastic rims
  • Quick and easy to assemble
  • Certified lead-free paint

Cruiser

start from

$99.99

  • (age 3-6 approx.)
  • Four color choices
  • Lightweight steel frame that’s built kid-tough
  • weight: 10 lbs
  • 33″ L x 17-20″ H x 17″ W (at handlebars)
  • Height-adjustable handlebars
  • Quick-release padded saddle, adjustable seat height: 17″-20″
  • 12″ rugged inflatable tires
  • Steel rims
  • Plastic fenders with chrome appearance
  • Quick and easy to assemble
  • Certified lead-free paint

Boot Scoot Bikes are made in China

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  1. We have traveled up and down the east coast with our newly adopted three-year-olds and their Boot Scoot bikes. At our first foster meeting, when we were asked what we needed for them to move in with us I asked for two Boot Scoot bikes. They wrote the check and we were off!

    That was the only thing we asked for and I am absolutely certain that we made the right choice. Having the bikes around gave the twins confidence to tackle any greenway. Those walks with them on their bikes have been priceless.

    Unfortunately, my daughter’s bike has a broken seat. We would like to replace it as soon as possible. It was 18 degrees out this morning but we took that walk together. My daughter asked me to fix her bike. We used adhesive, but my fix didn’t last long.

    Would love to get this fixed for her.
    Thanks!

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