A Micro Scooter Adventure: Our Favourite Places to Ride!

Last year, we immersed ourselves into the world of adult scooting as part of our new role as Micro Scooter Ambassadors. For the past year, Sharon has been using the Micro Classic Scooter to get to work as well on days out when the terrain is safe to do so. Before the scooter, Sharon would get the bus straight to her destination, whereas now Sharon get’s off a few stops early and rides the rest of the way!

One of her favourite activities to do with the scooter is ride on ahead of us, complete a 180 turn, and the ride back towards us as fast as she can – it’s like she’s a child again, but this time with an awesome ride! She is loving the thrill of the ride as well as the calories it burns!

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A Micro Scooter Adventure: The Mini Micro Deluxe Scooter with LED Lights (Review) [AD]

When Sharon and I became Micro Scooter Ambassadors last year, we tested out the Adult Micro Classic Scooter as part of our role. Scooting shouldn’t be just for children, and Micro Scooter have made that possible. Sharon uses hers to not only finish off the rest of her commute to work after a short bus journey during the week, but she also takes it out on weekends when we go out for long walks, or if she needs to pop to the shop. Sharon absolutely adores the scooter and it’s brilliant exercise too!

Even though T had a balance bike, very quickly did he want to give mama’s scooter a go – seeing as she was having so much fun on it – however it was obviously way too big. So temporarily we got him his own scooter to keep up, however the one we got just wasn’t good enough so we remained with the one scooter. The winter soon came round anyway, which meant it was time to hang up the handlebars for another season.

This year, the folks at Micro Scooter released their new range of scooters and invited us, well, T, to try out their new Mini Micro Deluxe Scooter with added LED Lights. Which was perfect timing as Sharon has recently started scooting again (although this was put on hold for a few weeks due to the snow!).

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