The all-new Current Coaster 20" kick scooter is a premium coaster for teens to adults.
This upgraded model features the ability to turn the front wheel around, so that it takes up a smaller space for storage.
Designed in Southern California, it's a smooth, easy-rider, and comes standard in six colors with a polished aluminum deck, custom graphics and a braking system that will make you feel like a kid again.
Built for teens and adults, accepts most bicycle baskets, bells and other accessories.
The Current Coaster features a spacious deck, full-size 20" bicycle tires and ergonomic, adjustable handlebars.
With it’s low-resistance tires and proprietary frame design, the Current Coaster delivers a ride that you have to experience to believe!
This kick is scooter is big on design and product quality, with an affordable price to boot. Get riding today!
- Frame/Forks: 100% Hi-Ten, Reinforced
- Front Brake: Winpro
- Fenders: Rolled Steel
- Side Panels: Recycled ABS
- Deck: Solid Billet Aluminum, 4mm
- Tires: Kendra Kwickroller, 20” x 1 3/8”
- Rims: 6061 Alloy, Semi-Aero Style, CNC
- Spokes: Stainless Steel, 2mm
- Hubs: Shunfeng 32H, 3/8”, Sealed, 6061 Alloy
- Kickstand: Solid Aluminum
- Net Weight: 28.60 lbs, 13 KG
- Length: 63”, (160 cm), Assembled, 41”, (105 cm) Folded
- Clearance: 3.46”-2.95” (88mm-75mm) Front to Rear
- Capacity: 220 lbs (100 KG)
I know my grandson is going to love this scooter bike!!
Thanks for the review Fay! I'm sure your grandson will love it :)
We ordered 2 Australian gray coasters so my husband and I could join our daughters on their razrs. These are so much fun!
Cons: foot stand edges are very sharp, we had to sand them down as we had some cut ankles initially. They are somewhat bulky to fold and take along in a vehicle that's not a pickup.
Pro: easy to put together, fun to ride!
I have bought the scooter mainly to exercise my husky. I was somewhat nervous about my young and impulsive dog pulling me in all directions but it went better than I expected. Of course I use an adapter to keep the leash away from the front wheel and you have to be careful not to run your dog down if he suddenly stops. It is definitely a killer exercise for me because at this point I do most of the work. So far it seems much safer than bike joring, which I initially wanted to do with the dog.
I wasn't sure how the scooter will handle not completely smooth surfaces but it worked on dirt roads.
I think you have to understand that scootering requires a lot more work than riding a bike (unless you go downhill).
Hi Judit! Thanks for the nice write-up of the Current Coasters scooter. We're glad you're having fun exercising with your husky :)
Well crafted scooter. I’ve had 3 adult razor scooters and they all had the same axle problem after a year. I hope this one works out. I hope I don’t have to replace the tubes too often. I recommend you include tape on BOTH ends of your boxes. UPS delivered your box upside down because the boxes staples did not keep the box shut during transport. UPS drivers have complained to me in the past (I worked at UPS Store) that manufactures think box staples alone will keep a box shut. It needs to be taped on both ends to secure the box.
Hi Scott! Thank you for your feedback. We will take note of what you said about taping on both sides, and not just one side and stapling it. Have fun on your scooter, we're glad you like it!
Pros: The scooter was well packaged. It is easy to ride and you quickly get the hang of it even if you have never been on a scooter. The scooter coasts well on flat ground. It's easy to manuver, making turns or even making u-turns. The platform is very comfortable to stand on with both your feet. It's easy to switch feet when coasting. Overall, it's fun to ride, it's great exercise and it was worth the price.
Cons: The assembly took about an hour or so. The instructions were a little vague in places and the pictures were not the best. One of the holes in the frame that holds the platform was not cut right and did not fit the screw. We had to use a tap and die to get the screw on. Not too much of an inconvenience if you have a tap and die set but if you don't it is a pain.