Rider 360; by Razor, recommended ages 5+, Weight Limit: 160lbs,
The Razor Rip Rider 360 rides like a combo tricycle and a sit
and spin. Basically, it is a ride around whip it, that carnival
ride that spins you around at every turn.
It's definitely not for the weak-stomached rider or observer because
this little trike goes fast and spins even faster!
It is uniquely
designed with spinning caster wheels on the rear, similar to those
on the Rip Stick. So you pedal, pick up speed and whoosh. The
Rip Rider was dreamed up by a 12 year old kid. Not just any kid,
but the child of Carlton Calvin, Razor's CEO. You can really tell
a child had some input in the design because it is made for thrills.
is made with drifting and spinning action in mind. The Crew loved
the buzz of the ride! We even had a few excitement-seeking Moms
who were willing to give it a whirl.
found that Rip Rider 360 works best on flat surfaces. It seemed
a bit out of control on inclines, not that the Crew minded all
that much. The more they rode it the better and braver they got.
It is definitely not your preschooler's trike. We absolutely recommend
full protective gear, including knee, elbow and head gear. Some
were tempted to stand on it for a little extra thrill but we reminded
them that there is a seat for a reason (scooters are for standing
All in all,
reactions ranged from wahoo-ing to "...Ye-es, that's so cool!".
Razor Rip Rider 360 features rear, dual-inclined caster wheels
for resistance-free drifting and spinning action, welded steel
frame and fork, adjustable handbrake, rubber grips, double crown
fork design, front wheel with pneumatic tire, 3-piece crank, and
MX-Style handlebar. When it's assembled it weighs about 20 lbs.
(nice and light), and measures a compact 38" x 24" x