Their scooters are easily adjustable to suit a growth spurt or accommodate different-sized riders. The three-wheeled design provides extra stability, too. The scooter is less likely to tip over, and easier for kids to learn on.
Kids as young as 12 months can begin with the multi-stage scooter. It starts as a push bike with a rear handlebar. At around age two—when they will tell you they can do it “all by themselves, Mom”—pop the handle out, and it’s now a self-propelled scooter/bike hybrid. Remove the seat and insert the adjustable handlebar for three-year olds ready to scooter around.
Globber’s three-wheeled scooter is the way to roll for slightly bigger kids. The handlebars can be raised to two more heights to keep up with them until they’re around six.
It would be wonderful if everything could grow along with your kids, but at least their favorite scooter will stay with them for years.