The rest of the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter is just like most regular kick scooters. Tube and deck are made from sturdy aircraft-grade aluminum, with 98mm inline-style urethane wheels, ABEC 5 bearings and a rear fender brake that sits in front of the chalk-holding setup. Of course, the tube can fold onto the deck for easy transport.
Kick scooters are fun. A kick scooter that lets you vandalize the ground your ride on is a whole lot more fun. That's exactly what you get with the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter, which lets you paint a rainbow of colorful lines while you glide along your favorite streets.
Ride a scooter, make a mess -- that will be your (or your kid's) new motto with the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter. Its now available online from various retailers including and .
Wow, this Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter is downright evil! How else does one put into words the naughty intentions of the makers? What sort of spiritual satisfaction are they aiming for, making irresistible products like this to make a mess of the neighbourhood walkways! Ask a kid, they would tell me and heck they would be right. I would do better to delete this link off the history, lest I find myself in the middle of relentless demands from my kids to get them the new age ‘spoil anything that comes in your way’ vehicle, in other words the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter.