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Adult Kick Scooters: Choosing your deck size!

Kick Scooters come in many different shapes and sizes and it’s important to choose one that is not only compact and portable, but also feels comfortable for your particular riding style. The size of the deck on your kick scooter … Continue reading

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The KickPed: better than ever.

The Kickped has always struck me as a quintessentially New York Kick scooter. Its design is sturdy and industrial, built tough with strong materials to handle a rougher environment, much like New Yorkers themselves I guess. It folds up to … Continue reading

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The KickPed: The Indestructible City Commuting Adult Scooter

Well now this brings back memories. The last time I hopped on a kick scooter of any kind was in elementary school. Remember when those Razor scooters were the fad craze in the late 90s? This brings back a feeling … Continue reading

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Think you know nyc? 3 riverside Kick Scooter rides you’d never think to try.

“So you just moved to New York, eh? Got a shiny new Kick Scooter and you feel like a big shot?! EH?!! Let me tell you, you don’t know nothin’ tough guy.” ———————————————————————– One thing I’ve learned, the longer you’ve … Continue reading

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Kickped vs. City Kicker

John here again with my take on the features that make the Kickped and the City Kicker formidable city adult scooters while offering their own particular performance advantages.  Not having ridden a kick scooter since bygone days of youth, it … Continue reading

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How to defy gravity on your Kick Scooter

By Jeffrey the Barak Those of us who have a human-powered kick scooter such as the KickPed, CityKicker, Micro Black or Razor A5 are familiar with the convenience and ease they provide for getting from A to B, or for simply … Continue reading

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Kicking Around on the KickPed Scooter

Looking for a set of wheels to cover some distance, but want something small and portable? Check out the KickPed Scooter, a durable, quick folding and ultra-portable Kick Scooter. This scooter is made for the office worker who needs to … Continue reading

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L.A. Beach Bike Path, Part Three

By Jeffrey the Barak Part one took us from Torrance to Manhattan Beach on the L.A. Beach Bike Path, and part two began in Manhattan Beach and ended as we arrived at Venice Beach. This article is part three so … Continue reading

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Kick Scooter on the L.A. Beach Bike Path, Part Two

By Jeffrey the Barak Part one took us from Torrance to Manhattan Beach on the L.A. Beach Bike Path. This article is part two so if you are starting here, you may want to navigate to part one first. Google … Continue reading

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KickPed on the L.A. Beach Bike Path: Part One

By Jeffrey the Barak You have seen it on TV and in countless movies. The twenty-six mile bike path along the coast in Santa Monica Bay is a place that many a kick scooter rider is longing to try out. … Continue reading

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