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The Baby Ride S650 from Givi is made for children ages 5 to 8 and is suppose to fit most scooters.

I can’t see this being legal in your state but its obviously legal in Italy where they are sold, I know for sure the helmet that kid is wearing would not pass any inspection in the U.S., those Europeans sure know how to live on the edge!

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  • dubus

    This is a wonderful way to share motorcycling with younger kids! Why should people think it would be illegal in the States, or that the helmet would be illegal. Products should not be judged by a person’s opinion of what is “safe”. We don’t need no stinking safety nazi folks in motorcycling.

  • Godwin

    See? Am I right or am I right?

  • Larry

    Think that’s crazy – in China if a rider is wearing a helmet (unlikely), it’s probably a construction-type hardhat. You wouldn’t believe how many kids you can get on a scooter, particularly if all they’re wearing is a diaper.

  • The_AirHawk

    dubus sez:

    “This is a wonderful way to share motorcycling with younger kids! Why should people think it would be illegal in the States, or that the helmet would be illegal.”

    Many states have laws regarding the age (not the size!) of any motorcycle passengers. Typically 7 or 8 is the cutoff. The onus is upon the bike’s pilot to prove their son/daughter is “of age” when pulled-over by The Man for this infraction. It’s also not merely a moving violation, but Misdemeanor Child Endangerment. Stupid, yes.

    All you Big O lovers will see more and more of this from the Federal level over the next four years.

  • Jennifer

    In my state NC, we have no minimum age requirements so this would work well for us.

    Unless our House passes the HB-920 law that says a passenger has to be 16 years old or older. What kid wants to ride as a passenger on a motorcycle at 16 when they can just get their license and their own bike? Stupid, I know!

  • How old were you when you got your 1st ride? when your feet touched the pegs. In Pa this questions been asked many times. Thank A.B.A.T.E. of Pa for being there. Educate don’t legislate.