It’s so much fun that every adult has to try it. I opened the box and pulled out the Rocboard scooter and was surprised that there really wasn’t any assembly needed. You just pull it out and unfold it and screw the handles back into place and you have the Rockboard Scooter. The only issue we had with the scooter was transferring it from regular scooter to Rockboard. The instructions made it seem like all you had to do was pull one thing, but it took a little pulling and a little shoving. But now that it’s in Rockboard position. I LOVE IT.
I’ve been riding it as often as I can and whenever I’m out all the other adults want to try it out too. Even my husband took it for a spin, along with all my neighbors. Everyone likes it.
What makes the Rockboard Scooter so special? It’s the innovative drive-chain propulsion of a bicycle with the practicality of a kick-scooter that makes it genius. It’s an excellent workout going uphill as you have to go up and down in a rocking motion to propel yourself. The Scooter’s patented advanced Rockboard Propulsion Technology™ means the faster you rock up and down, the faster it goes! But be careful the chain will get very very hot. Do not touch the chain after riding it.
As you can see, my son is super excited about also getting a turn on the Rockboard scooter. Lucky for him and other little kids they make a Mini Rockboard scooter. The Original Rockboard Scooter retails for $200 and comes in White, Orange, Blue and Pink finishes. Built for an exciting ride just like the Original, the Mini is the scaled-down version with the same kick scooter capabilities and advanced Rockboard Propulsion Technology™. The Mini retails for $159, can hold kids up to 90 lbs. and is available in White, Blue and Pink finishes. Both models are available at Target.com.
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