QUESTION FOR XOOTR SCOOTER:
Just wanted to say that I love your scooters and thinking of buying one in the near future. At the moment I’ve been riding an inexpensive Razor scooter with my kids, but the problem is that I get tired quickly. The deck is way too skinny, and the wheels feel like they have a lot of rolling resistance. What I want to ask is, will I still get tired riding a Xootr Scooter. Or will the Xootr be much better?
I’m really starting to enjoy riding a kick scooter, and if I can find one that rolls easier and faster, would even consider commuting with it to work just a mile away.
When I purchased my cheap Razor scooter it was just to ride around once in awhile with my kids. But it’s a ton of fun, plus great exercise. I’m willing to pay the higher price for an adult kick scooter if I actually enjoy riding it more.
Is this something that a Xootr scooter can fix? Will I still get tired riding a Xootr scooter?
ANSWER FROM XOOTR SCOOTER:
In an effort many viewed as overkill, the Xootr was designed by a team that normally designs race cars. The Xootr has ultra-glide polyurethane tires running on nearly frictionless bearings.
These wheels give the Xootr the lowest rolling resistance of any small-wheeled vehicle and are the key to our kick scooters speed. The glide is several times better than in-line skates, skateboards, and pneumatic-tired portable scooters.
It’s no wonder our wheels have been used on winning soap box derby cars. Competitors are using ever increasing sized wheels just to be able to generate the same speed, but that requires you to bend your leg further in order to reach the ground when kicking.
So you will not become exhausted when cruising along. I know some folks in their 80s that typically do up to 10 mile scooter runs and they love it and it actually makes them feel great.
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