Razor Scooters

Born to Drift

Founded in California in 2000, Razor became known almost overnight due to the success of its original A model aluminum frame compact scooter that proved to be enjoyable for children and adults alike. Just imagine that Razor sold over 35 million of them in its first decade. Over the years, Razor has expanded its lineup to create an update of the classic Big Wheel, electric powered scooters, electric motor bikes, twist boards, pogo sticks, and more.

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We’ve got basic Razor scooters in smaller sizes with a weight limit of 120 pounds, we have them in larger sizes with bigger wheels to hold up to 220 pounds. You’ll find the interesting Graffiti model with a kick pedal for leaving a colorful trail by squeezing three chalk pieces against the ground. There are scooters with two wheels positioned close together at the rear, and the PowerWing scooter featuring a wide metal wing on the back with rear wheels placed apart.

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CARiD also offers a wide range of compact electric powered scooters that your children will love, and that you’ll find convenient for commuting to the train station on. The smallest E90 is rated for 120 pounds and travels 9 miles per hour, and the largest E300 with rubber tires carries 220 pounds at a speed of 15 miles per hour. The Eco Smart Metro features a stylish bamboo wood deck and rolls on compact bicycle wheels and tires to reach a higher speed of 18 miles per hour. For the ultimate in two-wheeled fun, Razor offers electric powered MX miniature motocross style dirt bikes in four different sizes.

Razor offers more ways to enjoy miniature electric-powered fun. There’s the Dirt Quad ATV for children up to 120 pounds with a powder-coated steel frame for durability. If go-karts are your pleasure, go for the classic metal basket style Dune Buggy with thumb trigger throttle, bucket seat, shoulder harness, and handlebar rear disc brake grip. There’s also the Ground Force go-kart that adds front wheels with rubber tires and steel construction for a weight rating of 140 pounds. The Ground Force Drifter version is equipped with polyoxymethylene rear wheels to lose traction for slides and drifting enjoyment.

  • Crazy Cart
  • PowerRide 360
  • Rift SCooter
  • RipRider 360
  • SX500 McGrath
  • RipStick Caster Boarf
  • Crazy Cart
  • Kick Scooter
  • Spark Kick Scooter
  • Pro Kick Scooter
  • Graffiti Kick SCooter
  • Crazy Cart 2014 Edition

Unlike many organizations that sell automotive parts and accessories, CARiD’s standards are as high as yours are. That’s why we use vendors with a proven history of customer satisfaction and quality control such as Razor. Our employees have tested these products with their own families and have seen the smiles they have brought, and we can rest assured what we offer will provide joy and durability in your world. We've made every effort to provide as much information as possible on the range of Razor products on our site, and we'll make every effort to help answer any specific questions you have.

Razor Reviews
Average rating:54.9 - 65 reviews
| Posted by | (Edmonton, AB)

The scooter is excellent appears as the photo. The email updates were great letting us know when it was coming. They also were pleasant when we had questions and it was delivered early.

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