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Razor Scooter Storage

Posted by saramkelly (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 12, 10 at 1:17

How do you store your kids' razor scooters? And bikes so that kids can get to them easily? Thanks!

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RE: Razor Scooter Storage

My son's boys don't have scooters but their bikes are stored in a garden shed.
If you don't have such facilities I would say the best way to store them for easy access is in a rack, that is made for them. They could also be hung on hooks on a garage wall

RE: Razor Scooter Storage

Bike racks are best for easy access -- and the easier to get to, the more they will be used. But you do have to worry a bit about pinch flats with some rack designs. If you get a floor rack, get one that has fat poles and is designed like the ones you'd see in a public bike rack on a street.

A basket mounted on the wall nearby for helmets & stuff will also be handy.

RE: Razor Scooter Storage

One option: the RazrRak scooter stand. This is cool! It will keep them standing up, or you can mount it on the wall. has a good price on it, and sells it as well (good pics there)

Here's a similar stand from the Razor company, but it doesn't hang on the wall.

I know there were other types.

Here's a rack for scooters AND bikes--if you've got floor space in the garage, porch, or backyard, this actually looks good!

Here is a link that might be useful: RazrRak scooter stand

RE: Razor Scooter Storage

I have this problem, also - with the added complication that DS's scooter is electric! I'm told that it can't be in freezing temps, so what do I do over-winter? (Only garage is far from house & gets well below freezing).

Anyone have ideas?

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