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GOTRAX GKS Electric Scooter for Kids

Regular price$119.00
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The perfect introductory ride for kids looking to get into the world of electric scootering. The GKS is designed to ensure your child’s safety, while still offering a fun, powerful ride!
  • 150 Watt Motor
  • 25.2V Battery
  • 7.5 MPH
  • 4 Miles per Charge
  • 6" Solid Rubber Tires
  • 5 Hour Charge Time 
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Simple as pushing off and go. Once you place both feet on the buttons your electric scooter is ready to go.

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Find Your ride

We offer a number of color variations so that you and your child can pick the one that they like the most.

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Solid Rubber Tires

Our entire GKS line is equipped with solid rubber tires so you don't have to worry about flats and can keep on riding.

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- 4 Miles per Charge
- 7.5 MPH Max Speed
- 121lbs Max Rider Weight
- IP54 Waterproof Rating
- 150 Watt Motor
- 25.2V 2.0aH Battery
- 6.5" Solid Tires
- Dimensions: 32" x 15.2" x 34.2"
- Weight: 17.8lbs

Kids riding GOTRAX Gray and Pink GKS Electric Scooters for Kids


The button-activation is a super simple way to make electric scooter riding easier for your child. Follow these steps to teach your child how to properly ride their new electric scooter:

1. Have your child place there foot, whichever one they are more comfortable with, on the front button.

2. Tell them to push off as if they were on a non-electric scooter.

3. Have them practice transferring their foot from the ground to the second button.

4. Once they have done it correctly, they are ready to ride.

5. Have them brake by pressing the rear fender down on the tire

Repeat these steps until your child is comfortable doing it on their own with supervison. Be sure they are wearing helmets as well!

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