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The Razor scooter is a compact aluminum Kick scooter invented by JDBUG. The Razor was extremely popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s, with models still available today. The Razor Scooter is manufactured by RazorUSA, based in Cerritos, California. Besides its primary use as a toy for the young, it is also used for utility purposes, for example at Google[1]. Contents 1 Design 2 Freestyle riding 3 Other Razor products 4 External links 5 References // Design The basic scooter design consists of an aluminum frame, 98 mm polyurethane wheels, and a hinged fender over the rear wheel, which is pushed down by the foot to act as a spoon brake. The handlebar and headtube fold when a quick release latch is opened, allowing for easy carriage and storage. Today there are four A versions, the A, A2, A3, and A5 There are also the Pro and Ultra Pro models The AW is a basic A with a wheelie-bar The A5 Lux scooter has the largest wheels 200mm. The AW125 has 125 mm wheels and an extended deck The Cruiser Scooter has 140mm wheels and a wooden deck Razor Spark Kick Scooter was released recently. It has a real spark action. Freestyle riding Freestyle scootering is a growing sport. Due to the rough demands of trick riding, people often reinforce the scooter to withstand impacts and high force. In 2004, Razor released the Pro model scooter, modeled after the discontinued B model scooter. This scooter is preferred by most freestyle riders because of its bigger size and added strength. The Pro Model improved upon the B model to become the company's strongest freestyle scooter. Razor also have the A series. A2 and A3 have a manual bar at the back, which serious riders disdain and remove. Razor has an Ultra Pro scooter as well, Released in 2008 with its 1-piece design built for strength and durability. Freestyle tricks include the tailwhip, barspin, grinds 360's, Bri Flips , Inward Bri Flips ,Backflips ,Frontflips ,Fingerflips and more! Other Razor products Ripstik External links Razor Razorama References ^ Razors at Google's East Coast headquarters, 76 Ninth Avenue, New York City