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TootScoot II

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  • Materials: High quality steel tubing frame, rubber tires and handgrips
  • Includes small tool kit for seat and handlebar adjustments
  • New sleek body design
  • Elevated footrests
  • Adjustable seat and handlebar heights
  • Padded seat for comfortable riding
  • Lowest settings: 11" seat inseam, 15" handlebars
  • Highest settings: 14" seat inseam, 17" handlebars
  • Suitable for ages 18 months to 3 years old
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 23.5" x 15.5" x 11"
  • Weight: 7 lbs.

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TootScoot II

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This children’s balance bike helps kids exercise their motor skills a scoot at a time. TootScoot has wider-than-normal wheels and stands close to the ground—designed to ease the induction of little ones into the world of big kid pedal bikes.


TootScoot is a children’s balance bike designed to boost kids’ motor skills and help them gain confidence before graduating to a pedal bike. Staying balanced is fun—and easier—when you’re low to the ground and on wider-than-normal wheels. Kids can start scootin’ between ages two to five—virtually as soon as they learn to walk. Maker Buck Hale is an avid BMX rider and motocross competitor, so it’s no surprise his son Seth was ready to get on two wheels at an early age. Buck built the first TootScoot when Seth was one. Parents started inquiring after seeing him cruise with his feet off the ground. Adjust the seat and handle bars for your little rider and watch them scoot all by themselves.
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