VIRO’s Sport Runner Electronic Scooter for kids,Sick of being stuck in the house and not being able to get around because you don’t have your own vehicle? Don’t want to deal with the hassles and expenses that come with a car, but you need something more practical than walking? VIRO Rides Sport Runner Scooter can be the solution! This scooter can take you wherever you need to go, be it to work or back home from the store, no matter where you live. Find out more about this product by reading our VIRO Sport Runner review below!
What is it?
The VIRO Rides Sport Runner is a foldable scooter that lets you get from point A to point B with ease and style. At only 15 lbs., it’s extremely portable, making it easy to store in a car or even carry up and down stairs if necessary. It has 8-inch wheels for smooth riding across most terrains, including pavement, grass, and dirt. The VIRO Rides can travel up to 15 mph for approximately 20 miles on a single charge of its removable lithium-ion battery pack. It takes about 6 hours to fully charge via USB cable (or 10 hours with an optional wall charger). If that wasn’t enough, its battery gauge also doubles as a water bottle holder!
What’s in the box?
This is a review of my recent purchase, a VIRO’s Sport Runner Folding Kick Scooter. I did extensive research online and decided to go with VIRO as they appeared to have good reviews and their scooters are foldable (which makes them easy to travel with). My scooter came in just 3 days after ordering it online! The box was damaged, but that didn’t matter. Here’s what I found when I opened it: The first thing you should know about Viro Rides is that we are an independent family business. Well, that explains why there were no instructions included in my package. Luckily, there was a great video on YouTube showing how to put together my new scooter.
This scooter is a breeze to get out of the box, and I love that it’s already assembled. The VIRO Rides Sport Runner folds up nicely and has a carrying strap attached. When unfolding, you have to be careful not to hit anything with it; it opens so quickly that you could run into something if you aren’t careful! But as someone who travels frequently for work, I really like how quickly I can fold it up and get on my way. It fits perfectly in overhead bins and under seats. One of my favorite things about it is that because of its shape, instead of having one big space for your feet in front, you can put each foot directly in front of you–I find that much more comfortable!
Pros and Cons
The VIRO Rides Sport Runner is a well-built and high quality folding kick scooter. It offers great mobility and style, which makes it a favorite with younger riders. The brake setup is quick and reliable for use on most terrains, as are its shock absorbing capabilities to make for a more comfortable ride over any distance. If you’re looking for something simple that gives you plenty of control and can travel with you virtually anywhere, definitely check out the VIRO Rides Sport Runner!
Conclusions, Should you buy it?
At first, I was not sure about buying a scooter because I have never ridden one before. However, after reading VIRO’s description and seeing all of their positive reviews, I decided to order it. Now that I’ve had a chance to ride it for a few days, my only regret is that I didn’t buy it sooner! It’s so easy to put together and fold up for storage. The folding process is super simple, even if you don’t read through VIRO’s instructions—which is good since there are no instructions included! It easily fits in my trunk with room left over for other things.
A review of my scooter purchase, a VIRO Rides Sport Runner Folding Kick Scooter. This scooter was chosen because it is extremely light and portable, but also durable and easy to ride. It retails for $149.99 on Amazon, making it extremely affordable. While reviews say that it can carry up to 220 pounds (and I doubt that would be comfortable), I’m at 150 pounds, so it should handle me with ease. The first thing you’ll notice about a kick scooter is how much lighter they are than a traditional bike; though still not as light as other models like Razor or Envy Max by X-Treme, which are more expensive and less durable.