Race, Drift, and Spin with Razor’s PowerRider 360

20130709_Razor_PowerRider_1452As a kid who never did get her dream gift of an electric-powered ride-on, I jumped at the chance to test drive Razor USA’s PowerRider 360. This classic-style three-wheeler powers up at the push of a button, and reaches a top speed of 9 mph. I was able to cruise, speed, and drift my heart out thanks to the high-performance dual-inclined rear caster wheels. I definitely got a lot of second looks and side-eyed glances from the good people of Manhattan as I cruised along the sidewalk in front of the Fashion Institute of Technology on Seventh Ave.

The Razor PowerRider 360 is FUN, and any kid would be thrilled to ride it. I recommend using it in a traffic-free paved area, such as an outdoor basketball court or a large patio. Honestly, I could have driven this thing all day, drifting and spinning, except for the looks I was getting from FIT’s security officer. I don’t doubt that kids will want to ride it for the full 30 to 40 minutes before it’s ready for its next charge.

With a push-button throttle and sn easy-to-use hand brake, it’s very easy to get started. A simple pull of the steering wheel in one direction or the other will have kids spinning and drifting in no time.

The Razor PowerRider 360 is recommended for kids ages 8 and up, and supports up to 120 pounds. (Yes, I weigh more than that and it ran just fine, thank you very much.) I am 5’ 10” and was able to fit onto it somewhat comfortably, but if I look a little crunched, it’s because I am taller than your average tween. Assembly is relatively easy for one adult.

Check out my video below to see it in action!

Razor PowerRider 360 from Razor USA was selected as a Hot 20 toy for the holiday season in the Toy Insider’s 2014 Holiday Gift Guide, featured in the November issue of Woman’s Day magazine. Check it out here!

 

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