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Boot Scoot Bopper, Zoomer, and Cruiser Bike
40% - 42% off retail
the two-wheeled way to get movin'

sugar plum
boot scoot bopper
approx. age 1.5-3
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grass green
boot scoot bopper
approx. age 1.5-3
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sky blue
boot scoot zoomer
approx. age 2-5
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sunrise pink
boot scoot zoomer
approx. age 2-5
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sky blue
boot scoot cruiser
approx. age 3-6
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grass green
boot scoot cruiser
approx. age 3-6
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sunrise pink
boot scoot cruiser
approx. age 3-6
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As spring starts its comeback, make sure your kiddo is ready to roll. Boot Scoot Bopper, Cruiser, and Zoomer Bikes make getting around the neighborhood a blast! Little kids love kicking around on two wheels, and on a pedal-less Boot Scoot Bike your tyke will discover the balance, agility, and confidence needed to boogie around independently. Say goodbye to training wheels and the clumsy running-beside-your-child routine. Give your kiddo an Easter gift that's guaranteed to please, and start going on rides together. Just don't forget the helmets!

Developed for children ages 2-6, Boot Scoot bikes have no pedals. Instead, kids scoot themselves along with their own feet, learning balance as they go. With fun and colorful designs, little ones can’t wait to ride their very own Boot Scoot Bike.

How It Works

Most children get started by walking while straddling their Boot Scoot. When they become more comfortable, they will begin to sit on the seat, push themselves forward, and maintain balance with both feet. As they learn to balance on their own, they will begin to lift their feet and roll for short distances. Before long, they’ll be cruising along and you’ll have to quicken your pace just to keep up. Most children take somewhere between a few days and a few weeks to get the hang of riding their Boot Scoot.

Is Your Child Ready For Boot Scoot?

Boot Scoots are designed for children ages 2 through 6. Most children are ready to ride either on or soon after their second birthday. A more specific indication that your child is ready to start riding is their inseam. The seat height of the smaller model, the Bopper, adjusts from approximately 11”-13.5” The Zoomer adjusts from approximately 14"-17" with a quick-release saddle. The Cruiser's seat adjusts from 17"- 20" and it weighs a little more, making it perfect for slightly older children, typically ages 3-6. If your child’s inseam is at least 11", they are ready to ride! The maximum recommended weight is 80 lbs.

Bopper

  • age 1 1/2 - 3, approximately
  • lightweight steel frame that's built kid-tough
  • weight: 8 lbs
  • dimensions: 21" L x 11 - 13.5 " H (at seat); adjustable handlebars & seat
  • EVA polymer smooth, hard tires that are wider - no blown tires ever again! outdoor use as well as indoor as clean up is easy!
  • brand new foot rests for easier coasting
  • certified lead free paint
  • rubber hand grips
  • quick and easy to assemble

Zoomer

  • age 2-5, approximately
  • lightweight, kid-tough steel frame
  • weight: 7 lbs
  • dimensions: 33" L x 14-17" H x 17" W at handlebars
  • height-adjustable handlebars
  • quick-release padded saddle, adjustable seat height: 14"-17"
  • 12" solid (hardened rubber) tires—never change a popped tire
  • white plastic rims
  • quick and easy to assemble
  • certified lead-free paint

Cruiser

  • age 3-6, approximately
  • lightweight, kid-tough steel frame
  • weight: 10 lbs
  • dimensions: 33" L x 17-20" H x 17" W at handlebars
  • height-adjustable handlebars
  • quick-release padded saddle, adjustable seat height: 17"-20"
  • 12" rugged inflatable tires
  • steel rims
  • plastic fenders with chrome appearance
  • quick and easy to assemble
  • certified lead-free paint

*minor paint blemishes are a normal result of packaging and shipping and may be expected

Testimonial

I just wanted to let you know what a great product you have. My son just turned 3 and learned to balance on his Boot Scoot in about 3 hours over the course of a couple days. I was so moved to see him learn so quickly. The look on his face from teaching himself was priceless. This is a great tool for teaching young kids how to focus on the task at hand. It is amazing what a child can do when you get out of the way and remove all the unnecessary 'stuff.' -Beverly H., Ohio

About Boot Scoot Bikes

While on a trip to Europe in 2007 with her husband and their one-year old, Boot Scoot Bikes founder Katie Stirling could not believe it as a toddler zoomed past them on two wheels. Amazed at the toddler's ability, she began asking his parents about his bike. To her surprise, the pedal-less "walking bikes" had been popular in Europe for several years.

Once she returned home, she began to search for a similar bike for her son, but was shocked at the prices of the European wooden versions. Unable to find exactly what she wanted at a reasonable price, she decided to develop and manufacture a more cost-effective and durable bike, and share them with you!

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