So I was out this weekend running some errands and like usual I was checking out what kind of ride on toys were sitting around in other people’s yards. I know, that seems like such a nosy and intrusive type of thing to do but hey, it’s one thing that I do to find new things. I was really taken aback when I saw 2 boys out and about on the Razor Rip Rider 360.
Now, I didn’t know what these rides were when I initially saw them. My first impression was that they were riding some kind of really souped up Big Wheel so I went around the block so I could see them again. The second time around these boys were doing some really cool spins and I knew I had to find out what this ride was all about.
- The Razor Rip Rider 360 is designed like a big wheel but is more sturdy and has some extra features. Instead of plastic wheels on they back two wheels they have dual inclined caster wheels and a durable steel frame for extra support.
- The caster wheels give this ride the most incredible ability to drift and spin in some really cool ways. All your kids have to do is apply the brake to achieve resistance-free spinning.
- This ride on toy is built to last. The front wheel has a pneumatic tire that won’t go flat. The rear caster wheels are very durable and can be replaced if they wear down. The steel frame won’t bend or break.
- I think the coolest aspect of this ride is the ability to make it spin in 360 degree circles. This can be achieved pretty effortlessly and it’s just as smooth as can be. Apply the brake, spin quickly, and off you go on your way.
I have to say that the Razor Rip Rider 360 is one neat ride. If it came in an adult model I would be one of the first in line to buy one. If you buy this for your children you can be sure that they’ll be entertained for hours at a time. This is the type of ride that will enhance balance and coordination skills, self confidence, and social skills. Once the rest of the neighborhood sees how these caster wheels work, they’ll be at your house checking out the excitement. Don’t miss this one!
P.S. The Razor Rip Rider 360 in action:
Originally posted 2010-06-07 05:46:29. Republished by Blog Post Promoter