Sally Bernard from Inside Four Lines reviews the New Mini Micro Scooter Deluxe after taking it out to the local skatepark with her son Axel!
The latest scooter from Micro is packed with fantastic features including:
• Adjustable handlebars
• Unique silicon raised deck
• Anodised stem protects from corrosion
• Stable 3 wheel design
• Intuitive lean-to-steer action
• Lightweight design
• Wide non-slip deck, low to the ground
Enjoy reading Sally's review about the freedom, fun and independence that the Mini Micro Deluxe brings.
There is one thing I have learnt as a mother to three little boys… They pack a tonne of energy under their belt!
And as a mother to three little boys, if I could give you just one piece of advise on how to handle this – keep them outside and moving as often as you can!
Oh and feed them! Feed them often. Because hungry very quickly turns to hangry (the kind of hungry that makes them really angry!). And hangry boys are not much fun at all.
Skate parks and scooters are our thing. We regularly pack a picnic and hit the pavement for some energy burning fun!
And when on the hunt for the perfect ride, look no further than Micro Scooters. Trust me on this one. We have been through our fair share of anything and everything on wheels! And these have always been a favourite.
This mamma is big on buying quality.
Because… well, it lasts.
And in this house, it needs to. It will be put through its paces.
The new Mini Micro Deluxe (ridden by four year old Axel) has been designed for pre-schoolers aged from two to five years. We love the adjustable T-Bar that allows the scooter to ‘grow’ with the child. Our boys have easily taken to the ‘lean and steer’ scooting style, supported by the three wheels for which the Mini Micro is known. It has a sturdy but lightweight frame that is easily maneuvered wherever they want to go – great for instilling independence (and keeping your own hands free!).
Be warned though… Their balance, co-ordination, AND confidence will quickly grow from zero to hero! And before you can finish your latte (ALWAYS be sure to arm yourself with coffee when attempting the skate park with three boys – or any number of tiny humans) you will turn to see your mini attempting their first ‘drop in’ on the half pipe!