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Know Ped Go-Ped® Push Scooter - Blue

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  • Made in the USA - This is a Genuine California Go-Ped® Brand Scooter
  • Solid 6' Rubber Tires - Front and Rear Brakes
  • High ground clearance
  • Heavy Duty Chromoly Steel Frame and Fork
  • Folds for easy carrying and compact storage

Product Description

The Know Ped is the ultimate self-powered push scooter ideal for riders aged 8 and up. The Know Ped is the strongest and most durable push scooter on the market and sets new standards in non-motorized scooter design and construction, with its high ground clearance, front and rear brakes, wider deck and full rubber tires. The Go-Ped® Craftsmanship and American quality are evident in this high-end scooter.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34 x 14 x 38.5 inches ; 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds
  • ASIN: B0006ZN4IO
  • Item model number: Know Ped
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,387,948 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By el Davo Loco on May 24, 2005
I owned a know ped for over a year (before losing it, dang it.) I had previously owned a zap folding scooter, similar in design to a razor scooter.

I much preferred the know ped; the longer wheelbase and larger rubber tires made for a much smoother and more stable ride. I liked the larger wooden skateboard-style deck much better than the skinny metal deck of the smaller scooters; it was much easier to make the transition when switching from one leg to the other.

The braking system on the know ped is also superior to the smaller scooters. The back fender acts as a step brake, in the same manner as the razor-style scooters, but the larger tire and fender mean more surface area, thus more friction and better braking response. There is also a caliper brake on the front wheel. I rode my scooter in the city of San Francisco, and felt comfortable even on some of the steeper hills (although I would usually adopt a "slalom" approach on the steepest ones; the braking system gave me the necessary control to do this).

My only complaints are regarding the folding handlebars. The folding mechanism is a spring-loaded metal tube which slides over the handlebar tube where it connects to the scooter body at a folding hinge; when the handlebars are swung into the upright position, the outer tube slides down to cover the hinge, holding the handlebar assembly rigid. I found that the outer tube would sometimes stick when the handlebars were set up, making it very difficult to fold the scooter for storage. In addition, there is a small hook which hangs from the handlebars, which is designed to hook under the back fender, holding the folded handlebars tight to the frame of the scooter for easy transport.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rousse on June 28, 2011
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I was attracted by the wide deck and bright colours to choose from. Ive never been a scooter-er (that mustn't be the term...), so the solid structure of this one appealed to me. It wasn't flimsy and it wouldn't (shouldn't) break under me. I got it more for City commute rather than tricks and flips, and find the weight of the scooter would probably require more effort to lift it off the ground, but Im sure the pros out there can manage. Its nice to be able to place both feet side by side on the deck, that way I can easily transition between pushing with my right foot to my left (which is nice since my leg get tired quickly, then I swap). There is an outer tube over the handle bar that, when you slide it up, you can fold the scooter down, and a little metal latches under the fender so it remains folded. Carrying it around on your shoulder isn't the most comfortable, but I manage to do so, by supporting the weight from the bottom. The front brake worries me, only because I haven't been ridding for more than a week and a half, but I feel if I brake too much, Id go flying over the front of the scooter. Always use the bake brake in unison with the front one. Or just the back on it's own works as well. The board chipped in the slightest along the side about an inch, hardly visible, but perhaps the finishing could have been better. Other than that I have no complaints and am happy with my purchase!
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