What do you get for the kiddo that’s too big to be little, and too little to be big? Finding amazing toys for 8 year olds is a snap. We have the coolest ride-ons, the stuffiest motorized toys, and the most innovative two, three, and four-wheeled vehicles for your intrepid little ones.
Razor Dirt Quad
When your kiddo wants to roll with the “big kids” then you know he or she is ready for the Razor Dirt Quad. This electric miniature off-road four-wheeler is just the ticket for adventure and sport. It has all the features you expect in a bigger machine, like heavy-duty suspension and shocks.
Razor Power Rider 360 Electric Tricycle
This is NOT your baby’s tricycle. First off, the Razor Power Rider 360 electric tricycle is a Razor so you know it’s cool. It’s a powered unit, so you know it’s going to be fast. It has three wheels so technically, it’s a tricycle—that drifts, spins, and races up to 9 MPH.
EzyRoller Classic Ride On
EzyRoller is the name and an apt description of this awesome ride-on. It’s the most fun you’ll have without bells and whistles. The beauty of the EzyRoller is what it does NOT have… it doesn’t have batteries, pedals, handlebars, or any chance of boredom. Foot-powered and steered by foot, it couldn’t be easier!
Razor Ground Force Drifter Fury Ride-On
Razor just got serious about low-profile vehicles with the Ground Force Drifter Fury. It has slicks just like big-time dragsters that allow for maneuverability that’s out of this world, including sick drifting action. It even has a spark bar for awesome sparking effects as riders race up to 12 MPH.
Razor Dune Buggy
You don’t have to live in the desert to appreciate how much fun a dune buggy can be. The Razor dune buggy is perfect for a kiddo’s first multi-terrain vehicle. A 350-watt motor powers the low-profile chassis with knobby pneumatic tires to handle whatever ground you’re covering. Recommended for ages 8+.
What would you call a “Boardless Skateboard”? It’s not “skates” or at least not skates that you may have used as a youth. No key, no adjusting, no inline wheels, but every bit of the fun and athleticism of advanced skates, skateboards, or RipStiks in two simple circles self-propelled by foot power.
Razor Crazy Cart Shift
The Razor Crazy Cart Shift really is crazy! Designed for younger drivers to ride low to the ground, the Shift is easy to steer in any direction. Kids can drift, or spin a full 360 degrees. The power core technology and in-wheel hub motor keeps it simple to operate and essentially maintenance-free.
Razor Pocket Mod Miniature Euro Electric Scooter
When you’re looking for top-drawer toys for 8 year olds, you will win when you choose the Razor Pocket Mod Miniature Euro electric scooter. The retro styling is reminiscent of vintage Italian motorbikes, only with an electric motor more suitable for your youngsters to take a spin around the cul-de-sac.
Power Wheels Wild Thing
Is it a chariot? Is it a buggy? The Power Wheels Wild Thing is definitely a wild thing! It goes forward, backward, or spins in a circle. Battery-powered and controlled with dual joysticks, the Wild Thing features wide tires for multi-terrain travel and an extra-wide seat for those crazy drifting maneuvers.
Razor E100 Glow Electric Scooter
The Razor E100 Glow electric scooter is everything you want a scooter to be – fast, fun, and flashy! Yes, cool blue lights activate with turning the throttle on this super-quiet and super-cool ride. With speeds up to 10 MPH and the tough design you expect from Razor, Glow is the way to go.
Razor Hovertrax 2.0 Hoverboard
When you’re talking about innovation in ride-on electronics, you’re talking about the Razor Hovertrax 2.0 Hoverboard. The self-balancing “smart” scooter is better than a skateboard, more fun than a regular scooter, more challenging than riding a bicycle, and just plain cool. Sport collided with technology and delivered this awesome machine.
Razor E125 Electric Scooter
Sleek. Stylish. Speedy. The Razor E125 electric scooter is all that, and more. A powerful chain-driven motor will have your youngster moving on down the road. With performance features like a twist-grip throttle and front caliper braking, along with an adjustable height handlebar, this will be a favorite for years to come.
Pulse Performance Products GRT
The Pulse Performance electric scooter is built for durability with ultra heavy-duty stem, frame, and rise bars. The chain-driven motor lets this baby cruise up to 8 MPH with a deck wide enough for comfort and a rear brake for easy stopping power. They’ll outgrow it before they can wear it out!
Razor E300S Seated Electric Scooter
The Razor E300S is the top of the line electric scooter. The removable riding seat, super-sized deck, and wide pneumatic tires make it a comfortable ride. Powered by a chain-driven motor, it’s designed for performance with a top speed of 15 MPH. This is the luxury model scooter you’ve been looking for.
Rollplay Turnado Battery-Powered Ride-On
Don’t you love those crazy rides at the amusement park that spin around so fast? Then you’ll love the “Turnado” battery-powered ride-on (you can tell your kids you bought it for them, but it’s rated for riders up to 150 pounds, so have a go!) It’s the wildest ride on four wheels.
Razor E200 Electric Scooter
E200 from Razor is everything you expect an electric powered scooter to be. Full-size deck, pneumatic tires, rear caliper braking system, and chain-driven motor. This may be the ultimate discovery in your search for toys for 8 year olds. Getting from “Point A” to “Point B” has never been this much fun.
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3 Diy Ride-On Toys and Activities
There are a lot of reasons to do-it-yourself. This crafter wanted to teach her kiddos that not everything good has to come from a store or carry a big price tag. This scootboard is absolutely adorable and according to the tutorial, it’s easy to build. Does it get any better than that?
Diy Scooter Bowling Activity
What a fun idea! Your kids love their scooters, and whether you homeschool or not, it’s always a bonus to get a little math practice incorporated into playtime. This clever mom came up with Scooter Bowling to keep kids active while it challenges their counting, adding, and subtracting skills during outdoor play.
Bike Rodeo Games
This creative family borrowed a few ideas and put their own spin on them for a fun outdoor activity for their kids and their bicycles. Take a look and get your creative juices flowing for your own Bike Rodeo excitement. It’s great family fun and a perfect way to get physical.