Looking for more radical in your ride? For off-roading that’s off-the-charts, The Razor Dirt Scooter (RDS) gets you to the back roads.
Featuring BMX-style steel fork, fixed riser y-style handlebars, a heavy-duty aluminum frame and wheels, and pneumatic tires specifically made for dominating in the dirt, you are destined to leave everyone else in your dust.
Specifications Click to expand
- Frame: Aircraft-grade aluminum
- Handlebar: Fixed riser Y-style, width 19.5” (495 mm), height 20” (510 mm)
- Grips: Soft rubber
- Clamp: Triple stacked
- Fork: Tubular BMX-style steel
- Wheels: Molded Nylon 6 (PA 6) hubs with 60 psi, 200 mm pneumatic tires with aggressive tread pattern
- Deck: Width 4.75” (120 mm), length 20.75” (530 mm)
- Grip Tape: Full deck
- Brake: Rear fender
- Some Assembly Required
Features Click to expand
- Coarse full deck grip tape ensures no slick spots
- Triple coffin clamp for unbeatable strength
- Molded Nylon 6 (PA 6) hubs with 60 PSI, 200mm wheels and tires made specifically for tackling dirt
- 100% aircraft-grade aluminum
CurrentRDS - Razor Dirt Scooter
Ages 10 and up
8 and up
8 and up
8 and up
8 and up
Max weight 220 lbs
Up to 220 lbs
Wheel size 8" (200 mm)
8" (200 mm)
Wheel Material Pneumatic rubber
Spoked mag pneumatic tires
Adjustable Handlebars No
Folding Mechanisms No
Deck Length 20.72"
Product Weight 11.44 lbs
Product Dimensions 34.1" x 20" x 34.2"
28.47" x 21" x 33.27"
48.22" x 21.33" x 34.84"
35.04" x 16.85" x 38.58"
39.4" x 16.9" x 42.1"
Others Heavy duty off-road scooter
Pro style scooter
Front and rear hand-operatedcaliper brakes
Videos Click to expand
RDS – Razor Dirt Scooter Videos
Razor welcomes your honest reviews and feedback! Razor reserves the right to delete reviews that violate Razor’s TERMS & CONDITIONS. We do not endorse modification of our products or use other than as permitted by local laws and recommended in the User Manuals. We always recommend age-appropriate riding and use of helmets and other safety precautions.
mike summer –
As an adult, I am a big fan of the dirt scooter. The air tire is the best feature for someone like me who mediocre balance and didn’t have a scooter growing up. Unlike the other scooters with solid wheels, the dirt scooter is very forgiving when it comes to cracks on the sidewalk and pebbles. It is a great scooter with an easy learning curve. I use it everyday to get the mail.
Bonsai Guy –
The RDS is by far the best scooter for single tracks. I scoot fearlessly up and down through dirt and rocks and roots. The only drawback is when mountain bikers shout, Go home, Dork! Sometimes they stop and beat me up. I don’t care. I’m following my bliss and so should you.