Think back to those years of innocence, before the thought of having a driver’s license and piloting a car crossed your mind. Think back to the days of popping Ollies in the driveway and peddling your pink Barbie bike down the street, when your biggest care regarding transportation was the rubber wearing down on your rear Razor Scooter wheel. When you imagine those days, would you want to go back? Maybe pop a wheelie on the way to work and forget the expensive parking and ever-increasing gas prices? Now, you can, because Razor Scooters are back. 

“With our 18-plus years’ experience as the global leader of scooters, we have custom-built Razor Share dockless e-scooters from the ground up, bringing Denver a better ride,” said Danny Simon, Chief Operating Officer for Razor USA. “We are thrilled to be a part of the Mile High City and look forward to being a strong community partner.”

Razor, a brand that has built an empire on bringing joy to kids by providing arguably some of the best scooters around, is now producing scooters for adults. Custom designed from the ground up, these new two-wheelers have been built with the same strong steel frame that we came to know and love as kids — and the team behind them is vying to take over the Denver dockless scooter scene. 

“As Denver continues to grow, it is critically important for us to encourage greater use of multimodal transportation options to reduce vehicle congestion,” said Eulois Cleckley, Executive Director of Denver Public Works. “We look forward to working with Razor and understanding the potential for dockless technology to provide people with first mile, last mile links between their homes, destinations and our transit hubs.”

These nostalgic scooters hit the streets last week, and you can access them with an app.  Razor will hold a community pop-up in the next month where residents, ages 18 and up, can test out Razor Share and receive a free helmet. For more information visit the site here and stay tuned with us for all updates.