HOMCOM Teen Push Scooter Kids Children Stunt Scooter Bike Bicycle Ride On 12″ EVA Tyres


  • ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT: The fully adjustable handlebar can fit various height need, the handle height can be adjusted from 80cm to 88cm, allows this scooter to grow as your child does!
  • SAFETY BRAKING: The rear wheel with brake, can quickly stop the scooter when necessary, further enhance the safety. Suitable for kids age over 5 years old.
  • STURDY & SAFE: The frame made of steel, make the scooter sturdy and stable. And two 12'' foam wheels with plastic disk ensures smooth and safe scooting.
  • NON-SLIP FOOTPLATE: Large foot plates with non-slip surface ensures the safety when scooting. And the included bracket can prevent damage caused by falling when parking.
  • DIMENSIONS: Overall Size: 120L x 52W x 80-88H cm, Foot Plate Size:32L x11W cm.


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Product Description

This scoot­er gives stunt scoot­ers a whole new style with its retro frame and 12″ tyres. Fit­ted rear V brake gives all those tricks that extra sta­bil­i­ty as well as being able to safe­ly stop. The large foot­plate also allows the rid­er to be com­fort­able when pulling those all impor­tant stunts off.


  • Avail­able in Blue, Red, Black and Pink.
  • Heavy duty steel frame and foot plate. With Side stand
  • Height adjustable han­dle bars (80–88cm.)
  • V‑Type Rear Brakes gives all those tricks that extra sta­bil­i­ty as well as being able to safe­ly stop.
  • Max­i­mum weight up to 100kg. Suit­able for ages 5+.
  • Com­ply with EN14619, CE AND EN71 Standards.
  • It’s flat-packed and assem­bly required, but with an instruction.

Safe­ty note:

  • We believe that safe­ty is always the top pri­or­i­ty. There­fore please note that:
  • Appro­pri­ate pro­tec­tive equip­ment and cloth­ing must be worn at all times
  • Chil­dren must be ful­ly super­vised by an adult at all times



  • Brand new in good condition.
  • Colour: Blue/ Red/Black /Pink.
  • Over­all Dimensions:120(L)x52(W)x80-88cm(H)
  • Deck Size: 32(L)x11cm(W)
  • Height from deck to floor:11cm
  • 12″ tyres:EVA
  • Max­i­mum weight capacity:100kg
  • Cus­tom Label:53–0018(Black)

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Additional information

Weight 6.7 kg
Dimensions 88 × 16 × 45 cm
Age range


Brake type

Rear Braking





Frame material

Alloy Steel

Material Type

Alloy Steel

Wheel size

12 Inches

Batteries included




Maximum weight capacity

100 Kilograms



Item model number


Product Dimensions

88 x 16 x 45 cm; 6.7 Kilograms



Date First Available

21 Oct. 2014




  1. Kevin McIn­tyre

    Don’t buy it, six months of use and bro­ken and war­ran­ty is 6 monthsUpdate 6 months in and the font wheel bear­ings are not work­ing. Real­ly poor, sell­er has informed me war­ran­ty is only six months. Images added for the scoot­er wheel, where you can see the bearings.Bought this for our son. It is seri­ous­ly stur­dy scoot­er. But it is let down by not the prod­uct itself but the out of box expe­ri­ence.- the instruc­tions were not in Eng­lish, it seems the Ger­man ones were repeat­ed twice.- assem­bling the brake was not straight­for­ward (as I have not done this for a long time on a bike- the pro­vid­ed tool was not real­ly up to the job- the expe­ri­ence would be so much bet­ter if the rear wheel was already fit­ted­So here are the instruc­tions for assem­bly.- The pro­vid­ed uni­ver­sal bike span­ner is very cheap. It will do all the nuts, but you will find the 10mm ones (brakes) dif­fi­cult. If you have to adjust the brakes as your scoot­er came with the rear wheel not fit­ted then this span­ner will be impos­si­ble to use to tight­en the brake cable ten­sion­er.- The wheel nuts need a 15mm span­ner, the han­dle­bar and nuts for the brake 10mm, the han­dle­bar hex is 5mm- Remove all the pack­ag­ing and bub­ble wrap- Remove the plas­tic bars on the forks and the black nut cov­ers on the wheels- Sug­gest you start with the han­dle bars- Loosen the han­dle­bar nut, oth­er­wise you will not be able to get the han­dle­bars in- Put the han­dle­bar nut cov­er onto the hand­bar nuts before insert­ing the han­dle bars.- Remove the end cap from the han­dle bars and insert into the base (don’t both­er tight­en­ing until you have the tyres on- Turn the scoot­er so it is rest­ing on its han­dle­bar and back fork- To adjust the han­dle bar so it is inline with the wheel stand make sure the nut is done up enough to stop the han­dle­bar being com­plete­ly loose.- Then stand Infront of the scoot­er with your feet either side of the wheel.- Then the han­dle bar until it looks straight com­pared to the wheel, ie the wheel should be at 90 degrees to the han­dle­bar- Tight­en the nut and out the cov­er over it.- Add both tyres, you may need to losen the nuts to get them on the forks (the tab wash­er and nut go on the out­side of the fork), remem­ber to insert the tab wash­er into the hole on the forks before tight­en­ing the nuts- The wheel should be in the cen­tre of the fork, so tight­en alter­nate­ly each side of the fork if need­ed.- You may need to adjust the brakes at the end- Once both wheels are on turn the scot­ter over and pull out the kick stand- You will need to adjust the brakes and move them to where the user wants them. The screw stick­ing out the side of the brake is to pull in the brake towards the han­dle bar (good for dif­fer­ent size hands)- You will need a 10mm span­ner and maybe a pli­ers.  to adjust the brakes undo the cable nut near the rear wheel slight­ly.- Then squeeze the brakes togeth­er with your hand so they are just off the wheel rim- With the oth­er hand do up the nut until tight- The cable should feel much more ten­sion and the brake should now stop the wheel even when pushed.- Tight­en the brake on the han­dle bar with a 5mm hex tool and adjust the brake han­dle ten­sio­n­ior if needed.

  2. Vivjr­ka

    Unsafe scoot­er — do not buyFirst of all the instruc­tions are not in Eng­lish. You will nev­er know if you assem­ble it accord­ing to the man­u­fac­ture require­ments and who will guar­an­tee that what­ev­er you do it is safe. I could not find where it states that the scoot­er com­plies with safaty reg­u­la­tions of any coun­try. I hope the sell­er will pro­vide. As you can see on the pho­to, tipex was used to hide the real weight capac­i­ty of the scoot­er. It is vis­i­ble, it was 64kg, and 100 kg just writ­ten in pen. I am 65kg and when I step on the scoot­er, the plat­form bends. We tried, my friends tried to tune the breaks — they do not work. When my 9 years old using it press­ing the break — it just slow­ing the speed a bit you need to jump off to stop it. When I step on it the break is not exis­tent. I would nev­er let me child use this scoot­er. I hope the sell­er will take respon­si­bil­i­ty now by col­lect­ing and pro­ceed­ing with the refund asap. And makes sure they are sell­ing a safe prod­uct. I even do not want to start the upset it caused because all of this.

  3. Bea­ta W.

    Best cus­tomer ser­vice ever! Thank you!My 6 year old loves it, looks great (bit like a motor­bike) which makes ever cooler.We had slight prob­lem with the wheel, but the cus­tomer ser­vice we received was best we ever had! Sim­ple, quick and very nice to deal with. I can high­ly rec­om­mend this prod­uct and the cus­tomer ser­vice was spot on! Thank you was sort­ing prob­lem out so quick­ly and kind­ly. Will shop again!

  4. Lisa law­ton

    Bril­liantWas easy to put togeth­er. My instruc­tions did­n’t have Eng­lish but. It was that sim­ple u did­n’t need to read instruc­tions. In my opin­ion. It very stur­dy. My hus­band has rode it. He 6ft. It def­i­nite­ly worth the price I paid for it. Awsome kids scoot­er in my opinion

  5. julia

    Stur­dy but be pre­pared to build.Night­mare to build xmas eve. Luck­i­ly had hus­band to sort it along with his tool box. Needs two peo­ple to assem­ble due to brakes hav­ing to be insert­ed and fixed whilst being worked? You have one tool which does not help build the brakes.Stitching also ripped around han­dle bar padding but sell­er has resolved this.Overall a chuncky, stur­dy scoot­er great for uneven terrain.


    Extreme­ly poor qual­i­tyDef­i­nite­ly don’t feel safe allow­ing my kids on these poor qual­i­ty scoot­ers and sell­er wants me to pay return postage which is 6 X the price I orig­i­nal­ly paid for postage 🤷🏻‍♂️ so will just dis­pose of them so not to be more out of pock­et return­ing them.

  7. Ama­zon Customer

    Stur­dyWell made great for my 2 grand­sons they were thrilled very stur­dyRec­om­mend them good value

  8. Ken­neth Yeo

    A good qual­i­ty prod­uctBought two of these as presents for our Grand­chil­dren. Easy to assem­ble (Tool pro­vid­ed) Slight prob­lem clear­ing the bub­ble wrap from the item. A well made scoot­er that should be able to with­stand rough treat­ment and lots of use. Hap­py to rec­om­mend this item to others.

  9. john mccabe

    Safe and soundThe assem­bly instruc­tions were all for­eign no Eng­lish at all so need to be good at diy oth­er than that good scooter

  10. Adam

    Great prod­uct.It is a great prod­uct for the mon­ey. How­ev­er, there were no Eng­lish instruc­tions. Luck­i­ly, it isn’t hard to fig­ure out how to assem­ble. The brakes need­ed a lot of adjust­ment, but again, it was easy enough to do. I sus­pect it is meant to be that way though to make fit­ting the rear wheel easier.

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