Picking the right toy is one of the most enduring dilemmas faced by parents and grandparents, by uncles and aunts, and by godfathers and godmothers. Kids love toys, but nowadays there’s too much emphasis on gaming consoles and handheld video games. As a gift-giver, your responsibility is to give them something fun that can get them outdoors. But it must not be dangerous for the kids. [Read more…]
There are only a few things in this world that will make your kids smile from ear to ear. If you are planning to buy your child an unforgettable Christmas or birthday present, the battery powered Razor electric dirt quad might just be the one that you are looking for. Since 2000, Razor has been around the block, leading the way in defining new categories of action sports and rides. [Read more…]
With a chassis that has been tuned for racing and rear wheels equipped with the Super Slider™ POM, any child will be delighted with the Razor Ground Force Drifter. This go cart may well be a reinvention of the classic go carts that were renowned for their “fast and furious” speed. This time around, this particular Razor model’s wheels make it as easy as pie to slide through corners and makes 360 degree turns and fish tails a breeze.
Times have indeed changed for kids and now they play with things us parents never had during our childhood. The ubiquitous bicycle has been replaced with the electric go cart that has become increasingly popular and, in fact, has gained racing status among kids across the U.S. K1 Speed in Santa Clara, California, for instance, offers outdoor as well as indoor go cart racing these days and it isn’t limited to kids alone; go cart racing is a hit with adults, too. [Read more…]
What kid doesn’t love to do a little driving? Kids always want to do what the adults are doing, and driving usually tops the list. As a parent, you have to balance the fun factor with the risk of harm, and the Razor Dune Buggy seems like a perfect compromise. Actually, it’s like getting two birds with one stone: you get something exciting for the kids while you don’t suffer a heart attack worrying whether they’ll get hurt. [Read more…]