Posts By: Kixi Kids

Adult Supervision is Required

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Direct adult supervision is required at all times. Young children ages three and up are at a high risk of falling and injuring themselves as they first experience the fun – and the risks – of riding something using their own power and skill. Children at this age also do not yet understand the risks… Read more »

How To: Refill The Scribble’s Chalk Bar

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In this short guide, we’ll show you how to quickly reload your Kixi Scribble’s chalk bar so your little one can get back to cruising and coloring on their favorite ride. First up, you’ll need some fresh pieces of Scribble non-toxic sidewalk chalk. If you still have some from the package included with your Scribble,… Read more »

How To: Steer The Kixi Kix

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The Kixi Kix uses our patented “Tilt’To-Turn” feature to help first time riders master their balance and steering skills before moving up to more advanced rides like the Kixi Mixi or standard two-wheel scooter. In this short guide, we’ll break down how the Tilt-To-Turn feature works to get your little one ready for a lifetime… Read more »

How To: Convert The Kixi Mixi

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In this short guide, we’ll show you how to quickly switch the Kixi Mixi from three wheels to two. First up, grab the tools that came with your Kixi product. You’ll need both to make the switch: – 5mm Allen Wrench [shown with image from manual] – Wrench [shown with image from manual] Once you’ve… Read more »

How To: Ride The Kixi Balance Bike

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In this short guide, we’ll give you the basics for getting your little one ready to ride the Kixi Balance Bike and tips for what to watch for as they start working their way toward a regular bicycle. Getting Geared Up The first step to safe riding is making sure your child is wearing proper… Read more »

Determine If Your Child Is Ready To Ride

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Before allowing your child to ride any Kixi product, first determine whether he or she has the maturity, coordination and ability to follow rules necessary to ride under their own power. Studies suggest that children at age 3 have the coordination required to use a steering wheel or handlebar and can use a 3-wheeled scooter,… Read more »

Always Inspect Your Kixi Product Prior To Riding

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Properly inspecting and maintaining your Kixi scooter or ride-on may reduce the risk of injury. Before using your Kixi product, make sure to read the owner’s manual inside the box. Always inspect your ride-on before riding to make sure all fasteners are secure and check for wear and tear on parts and wheels. Replace worn… Read more »

Use Proper Riding Attire

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Always ensure child is wearing proper protective equipment, such as an approved safety helmet. A helmet may be legally required by local law or regulation in your area. Knee pads and elbow pads are recommended. A child should always wear closed toe shoes and keep shoelaces tied and out of the way of the wheels…. Read more »