Stunt Scooters for 5, 6 and 7 Year Olds

There are more and more stunt scooters appearing on the market for younger children aged 5, 6 and 7.  However, it is important to note that although many scooters are labelled stunt scooters, they are quite often not designed to be strong enough to take repeated abuse at the skate park. Some "stunt" scooters may be fine for occasional stunt use, but for repeated use at the skate park it is important to choose a strong, durable scooter that can withstand the force from impact and jumps.

Stunt scooters tend to be more expensive than kick scooters as they have reinforced and more durable parts to withstand the abuse from the stunts but materials have to be light as well.  However, kids aged 5, 6 and 7 are lighter and smaller so the impact they make on the scooter with the jumps and tricks isn't as harsh as older, heavier kids and teens. Therefore,  stunt scooters for this age group are generally less expensive than for stunt scooters for aged 8 plus.

Find lots of options of stunt scooters for the younger child further on in the article.

The a few things to consider when buying a stunt scooter for a younger child:

1)  You want to look for is a scooter with a handlebar which will come up about waist height or lower on a younger child. If he handlebar is too high the scooter may be difficult to control.

2.) The scooter needs to be as lightweight as possible. Stunt scooters need to be strong and durable so they tend to have heavier parts, but a stunt scooter which is too heavy will be too difficult for a youngster to do tricks on.

3.) The deck length should ideally be shorter than a standard deck so that it's easier for young kids to manage.

4.) If you're buying for a young child some (not all) scooter bars can be cut down after purchase so this is another option to consider.

5.) PU wheels with alloy cores and fast spinning bearings are the best. Some scooters for younger kids do have nylon or plastic cores and these should withstand the impact required for this age group but alloy or metal cores are the superior quality.

It's also worth checking out the guide to stunt scooters for kids to find out what all the specification and technical terms mean.

Top Choice For Younger Riders

Find below 5 excellent stunt scooter choices for kids aged from 5 to 7 years. At the end there is a chart comparing the features and prices of all the scooters featured.

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Madd Gear Mini Pro Rascal

This is an outstanding lightweight scooter aimed at kids as young as four, designed by scooter giants Madd Gear. It's the ultimate entry-level scooter for the younger rider. The recommended rider height for the scooter is between 76cm and 111cm (2'6" to 3'8").

It is the lightest of all the stunt scooters featured in this article, at just 2.94kg. Being super lightweight means that it will be easier for lighter and smoother kids to have total control. They will find it easier to manoeuvre the scooter when learning basic tricks and jumps and for their first time on the ramps.

The wheels are 100mm wheels with nylon cores and high speed PU.

The bars are of a lower height of 18" (45.7cm)  and smaller width 16" (40.6cm). Overall, the height of the scooter measures 68cm. The smaller bars give optimum control to smaller kids.

The deck measures  17" (43cm) by 4" (10cm) which is shorter than a standard deck again, making it easy for smaller kids to manage at the skate park.


Nitro Circus Ryan Williams RW Junior Replica Complete Pro Stunt Scooter

Ryan Williams is one of the world's best scooter riders and he has recently launched his own scooter range.

As part of this Ryan and his team have designed the Ryan Williams Junior Replica pro stunt scooter. It's an ideal first complete scooter for the smallest and youngest of riders.

The 100mm wheels have a spoked alloy core which means they will withstand the impact of tricks and jumps (avoid plastic cores at all costs on a stunt scooter).

What makes this ideal for a beginner or young scooter rider? Firstly it's super light weighing just 3kg. The lighter the scooter, the easier it will be for younger riders to use and manoeuvre. Awesome for your first tail whips and  to start learning tricks. Yet, despite being so light the junior replica is strong and durable with it's steel threaded fork, steel y bar and 3 point brake.

The steel handlebar measures 49.4cm (19 3/8") in height by 44.5cm (17.5") and the super light deck measures 43.2cm (17") cm (l) by 10.2cm (4") (w). It's nicely sized for 5, 6 and 7 year olds. The smaller bar and deck sizes make it much easier for younger kids to manage. Soft feel bar grips make this comfortable for smaller hands to control.


Dominator Trooper

The Dominator Trooper is a good beginner scooter which is nicely sized for the younger rider.

It has a smaller handlebar height than other stunt scooters (from the deck to the top it measures approximately 71.2cm which is a much smaller size than standard). The bar height is 18.5"(47cm) high by 20"(51cm) wide.

The deck is 17.1" long by 4" wide (48.3cm by 10cm). The deck size is smaller making it a good choice for younger kids' feet.

The 100mm wheels are made by leading scooter brand District, so their quality is assured. The 100mm wheels feature an alloy core. As kids get taller and bigger a wheel with an alloy core is essential on stunt scooter to withstand the impact of bigger, taller kids doing tricks and jumps.

Slamm Tantrum VII Scooter

The Slamm Tantrum V​II scooter is designed for the younger rider with a lower handlebar. This makes it easier for younger kids to be able to control. It's designed for kids aged 4 years plus.

The features include 100mm 88A PU cast wheels with a nylon core, ABEC 7 bearings and the quad clamp for extra strength to withstand the impact from a younger rider's tricks.

The scooter bars are 19.75" tall x 19.5" wide (H:50cm x W:49.5cm).

The ride height on the scooter (the measurement between the top of the deck and the top of the bar grips) is 68cm. And the total height of the scooter is 74cm.

The scooters are hand built by Slamm. A strong scooter which looks cool too.

The maximum rider weight is 75kg.

Madd Gear MGP VX7 Mini Pro Scooter

The Madd Gear MGP VX7 Mini Pro scooter is designed for younger kids and is smaller than a standard scooter but it still has high end specifications such as only normally seen on expensive high end models. So the strength and quality of scooter you get for the price you pay is really good.

The deck is 2.5” shorter and the bars are proportioned for younger riders at 22” height x 18” width.

Some good design features of the scooter include 100mm MGP 88a alloy core with high rebound PU & anodized cores which like the other scooters featured should be perfect to withstand the tricks of a younger child as well as cruising the streets.

It's fairly lightweight for a stunt scooter at 3.55kg. This makes it a lot easier for younger kids to control and use for tricks.

Grit Atom


The Grit Atom is another good choice for the younger, smaller scooter stunt rider from around 5 or 6 years old. It is slightly less expensive than the other scooters in this list but forgoes some features such as the alloy core wheels

The bar measure 18" inches wide by 19.6 " high (46cm by 50cm). From the bottom to the floor it measures approx 70cm.

The weight of the scooter is around 3.3kg.

The wheels are 100mm 85A PU Nycore Wheels. Nycore wheels aren't as strong as alloy core wheels. This type of wheel should be fine for small beginners who are starting with a few tricks. However, if they are going to the skate park a lot, it's probably worth investing a scooter with alloy core wheels as they will last longer.

The scooter features a threaded fork and a super coil spring brake.


Micro Mx Ramp Beginner Scooter


Micro are well known for their high quality, durable scooters. They are a well respected and well known brand, so you know if you buy one of their scooters it will be well made and well designed. The Micro Mx Ramp Beginner scooter seems to be no exception. It's a great scooter for kids to start learning tricks, hops and jumps - perfect for young beginner riders. It makes learning tricks easy.

It's been designed for kick scooting and occasional use at the skate park. If they want a scooter which will be solely used at the skatepark, it's probably best to go for another option.

The age recommendation is 5 to 12 years. It features a wide handlebar for great control. The deck measures 10.5cm by 33cm so is slightly smaller in width than other options. The handlebar height measures 74cm from the deck to the top of the handlebar and 81.5cm from the floor to the top of the handlebar.

The scooter weighs 3.7kg and has a maximum rider weight of 100kg.

Crisp Mini Blaster

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The mini blaster is a perfect scooter for mini dare devils who want to do tricks at the skate park.
One stand out feature is the 110mm wheels with crisp super high rebound alloy cores, which will withstand any high impact jumps and stunts small kids can throw at them.

At 50cm (19.7") in height and 46cm(18.1) in width, it's ideally sized for smaller riders. The total height of the scooter is 70.5cm, so you can measure the height on you child and ensure it comes to around hip to waist height, so they will have the control they need when riding.

Other notable features for younger kids include a smaller sized than standard deck at 43.1cm by 11.4cm.

The stylish scooter will definitely look amazing on the skate park. Weighing just 3.4kg it's also light enough for smaller kids to develop their technique.



Micro MX Trix Stunt Scooter

The Mx Trixx scooter is the next step up in the stunt scooters from the Mx ramp (featured above) for young children in the micro range. It's designed as an beginners / intermediate level scooter for kids aged 5 to 12 so that they can do  tricks, jumps and stunts.

It has a one piece aluminium deck and a triple clamp so is strong to withstand the impact of tricks.

The PU wheels are 87A in durometer and have a 5 spoke metal core so are also strong to withstand the abuse from jumps. They have ABEC 7 bearings and are a very high quality bearing so they spin fast which is ideal for use on the skatepark.

The total weight is 3.8kg which is on the lighter end for stunt scooters making it perfect for the younger rider. ​

If you are on a budget this is an excellent starter stunt scooter. The handlebars measure approximately 68.5cm from the deck to the top which is a good size for a younger rider. Also, the deck is slightly shorter which makes it easier for 5, 6 and 7 year olds to control.

It should last for quite a few years and be suitable to be passed onto siblings so worth considering as an investment.

MGP VX8 Shredder Pro Stunt Scooter


The VX8 shredder model scooter is based around the set up used by the UK pro rider Charly Dyson. It's designed for the smaller scooter rider.

The bars are 22"(h) by 18"(w), (56cm by 46cm)  so slightly taller than some of the bars on this page but will last longer as your child grows.

The wheels are standard 100m, 88a durometer with a force alloy core.

The deck is 4.5 inches by 17 inches (11.43cm by 43cm) and strong made with integrated T6 heat treated  aluminium alloy. The deck is slightly wider than some of the other scooters but this can give some smaller riders a more stable platform.



Comparison Chart

ScooterBar Height / WidthDeckWheelsWeight
Madd Gear Mini
Pro Rascal Scooter
45.7cm/40.5cm44.5cm - 10.1cm100mm
High speed PU
Nylon Cores
Nitro Circus RW Junior Replica49.4 / 44.5cm43.2 - 10.2cm100mm
PU alloy core wheels
Dominator Trooper47cm / 50cm48.3 - 11.5cm100mm
PU alloy core wheels
Slamm Tantrum VII50cm / 49.5cm48.25 - 11.5cm100mm
88A durometer
PU nylon core wheels
MGP VX7 Mini Pro56cm / 46cm43.1 - 10.2cm100mm
88A durometer
PU wheels
MX Trixx53cm / 45cm48 - 10cm100mm
87a shore wheels
Gritt Atom50cm / 46cm48.3 - 10cm110mm
PU Nycore wheels
Crisp Mini Blaster50cm/46cm43.1 - 11.4cm110mm
Alloy cores
MGP VX8 Shredder56cm/46cm43-11.43100mm
Alloy core
88 durometer
PU wheels