RDS – Razor Dirt Scooter

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  • Ages 10 and up
  • Max weight 220 lbs

Epic Off-roading

Looking for more radical in your ride?  For off-roading that’s off-the-charts, The Razor Dirt Scooter (RDS) gets you to the back roads.


Get dirty

Featuring BMX-style steel fork, fixed riser y-style handlebars, a heavy-duty aluminum frame and wheels, and pneumatic tires specifically made for dominating in the dirt, you are destined to leave everyone else in your dust.

Specifications Click to expand
  • Frame: Aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Handlebar: Fixed riser Y-style, width 19.5” (495 mm), height 20” (510 mm)
  • Grips: Soft rubber
  • Clamp: Triple stacked
  • Fork: Tubular BMX-style steel
  • Wheels: Molded Nylon 6 (PA 6) hubs with 60 psi, 200 mm pneumatic tires with aggressive tread pattern
  • Deck: Width 4.75” (120 mm), length 20.75” (530 mm)
  • Grip Tape: Full deck
  • Brake: Rear fender
  • Some Assembly Required
Features Click to expand
  • Coarse full deck grip tape ensures no slick spots
  • Triple coffin clamp for unbeatable strength
  • Molded Nylon 6 (PA 6) hubs with 60 PSI, 200mm wheels and tires made specifically for tackling dirt
  • 100% aircraft-grade aluminum

2 reviews for RDS – Razor Dirt Scooter

  1. mike summer

    As an adult, I am a big fan of the dirt scooter. The air tire is the best feature for someone like me who mediocre balance and didn’t have a scooter growing up. Unlike the other scooters with solid wheels, the dirt scooter is very forgiving when it comes to cracks on the sidewalk and pebbles. It is a great scooter with an easy learning curve. I use it everyday to get the mail.

  2. Bonsai Guy

    The RDS is by far the best scooter for single tracks. I scoot fearlessly up and down through dirt and rocks and roots. The only drawback is when mountain bikers shout, Go home, Dork! Sometimes they stop and beat me up. I don’t care. I’m following my bliss and so should you.

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