Are your scooter wheels worn out from hitting the pavement too hard?
It happens to the best of us. You’re out soaking up the sun, riding your Razor scooter without a care in the world and you notice scuffed wheels or flat spots that weren’t there before. Your smooth cruiser is now a rough rider — bummer.
After so many 360s, powerslides and hard grinds, even the most durable wheels will suffer from a little wear and tear.
But there’s an easy fix. Grab a pair of allen wrenches from dad’s toolbox (or your last Ikea project!), then follow these 3 easy steps:
Loosen the Old Wheel
Insert an allen wrench into each screw on both sides of the old wheel, crank the allen wrench counter-clockwise to loosen the screws and pull out the axle.
Replace with New Wheel
Slide out your old, worn out wheel. Then slide your shiny new Razor wheel into the front fork. Finally, insert the axle you pulled out during step 1, making sure that the spacer is centered. BTW genuine Razor wheels come with bearings so no need to worry about re-alignment!
Tighten the New Wheel
With your new wheel in place, tighten the screws on your new wheel using the allen wrenches. Boom, you’re back on your Razor scooter. Donezo.
Say hello to a new set of rad Razor scooter wheels and goodbye to bumpy rides.
What’s My Razor Scooter’s Wheel Size?
Standard Razor scooter wheels are 98mm and fit our A series and A2 Razor scooters. Here’s a short list of other Razor scooter wheel sizes:
- A3: 125mm
- A5 Lux: 200mm
- Cruiser: 140mm
- Ultra Pro and most Razor pro scooters: 100mm
All genuine Razor wheels come with bearings installed. Be sure to refer to your Razor Owner’s Manual for your specific Razor ride to determine the size of your original wheels before buying replacements.
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Helpful Tips From the Owner’s Manual
Under normal circumstances and conditions, Razor wheels and wheel bearings are maintenance free. Nonetheless, it is the responsibility of the owner or guardian to periodically inspect the wheels for wear and tear, the axle for proper tightness, and bearings for side-to-side play, and loose parts. When a wheel or wheel bearing develops play, this is an indication of excess wear and replacement is necessary. Replace immediately with only genuine Razor wheels. Worn wheels/bearings are considered normal wear-and-tear and are not covered by the Razor Warranty. Wheels other than genuine Razor wheels may not be compatible with your Razor scooter. The use of anything other than genuine Razor replacement parts may affect your safety and will void your warranty.
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Watch the Razor team riders ripping down the mountains on the all new Razor DXT drift trike.
The Razor DXT is the ultimate way to get to the bottom of the hill. With a welded steel frame, 20” front tire, and slick rear wheels built for drifting, the DXT Drift Trike takes sliding and drifting to the extreme (we’re not kidding, just watch the video for proof).
This downhill trike has all the speed and control of a bike with the unbelievable freewheeling fun of drifting.
Submit your entry below by September 23, 2015 for a chance to WIN this Razor combo:
Sorry kids, it’s back-to-school time. But, winning your very own pair of super stylin’ Razor sneakers and a matching Razor scooter would turn that frown upside down, yes? Tell us which Razor kick scooter you’d like to roll in to school on this year – and enter to win!
Can’t wait to find out if you’ll win? We know you’re already a winner, so take a deep breath, count to ten and follow these steps:
1. Pick your Razor scooter:
2. Choose your Razor Sneaker:
3. Shop For More Style:
Many more Razor sneakers are exclusively available at:
Razor Wants to Know: What’s Your Go-To For Fast Drifting Action?
The gauntlet is being thrown down – so we need you to help us decide. What do you think is Razor’s fastest drift ride? Choose one:
Crazy Cart – Revolutionary riding, as crazy as you want it to be.
Drive it like a go-kart or lift the Drift Bar to kick into Crazy Cart mode to spin and drift any which way. This Razor ride is so popular that we also created one to handle the grown-ups (Crazy Cart XL
), and pint-sized riders (Lil’ Crazy
Let Cart Man show you the science of drift behind all the Crazy Cart fun:
It’s the same go-kart style frame and Super Slider™ POM rear wheels as the Ground Force Drifter
— BUT – the GFD Fury ups the ante with the added flash of its unique Spark Bar that leaves a shower of sparks in its wake.
Seriously, how cool is this?
POWER-UP BONUS: get out your plumbers’ overalls and watch these two Super Bros take a pair of GFD Fury’s for a spin, Mario Kart style:
FOUR RAZOR JR. RIDES – ONE VOTE.
For every kid, there is a Razor ride and a style that goes along with it.
Check out the Razor Jr. rides that inspired these styles:
Move over, big bro and big sis, this little one is coming at ya full speed on the Razor Jr. Lil’ Crazy. Inspired by the Razor Crazy Cart, this electric ride on is specifically built for beginners.
Mini Mod — Style & Flair:
Do you have a stylin’ little one who wants to be cool just like mom and dad? The Razor Jr. Mini Mod is a totally hip, bright colored ride that builds coordination in a super fun way.
Kitten Kix — Cute as a Kitten:
Can we get a “meow”? With giant fur paws and glittery wheels, the Razor Jr. Kitten Kix is a Razor scooter that feline fans will be clawing over.
Robo Kix — Total Go-bot:
A futuristic cruising machine of robotic proportions, the Razor Jr. Robo Kix takes little ones on out of this world adventures.