The scooter, which is a metal scooter that has rubber/plastic tires and rubber/plastic handles with velcro on part of them to attach Lindsey's wrist guards. Scooter also has a brake, also metal. With some effort, Lindsey can ride her scooter about 3 ft; after that she falls over. My scooter came with instructions, which proved useful, as the scooter arrived in some sort of locked position. Also included is a blue helmet with butterfly logo; the helmet firmly fastens around Lindsey's head. Finally two wrist guards are included. They are a metallic/khaki color with red and blue stripes which match Lindsey's main outfit. They are very sturdy and attach to the scooter well.
Post by American Girl Rescue on Oct 25, 2007 13:11:22 GMT -5
Lindsey gets around town on a shiny silver scooter...except when it gets taken away as punishment! Lindsey’s gloves help her hold on to the handles as she flies down the sidewalk. Don’t forget her helmet in case she slips off!
$34 GBK discontinued 2003
Sweet set. Lindsey can stand on this if she's well balanced. My loose limbed girl has lots of trouble balancing. The scooter gloves are the cutest.
Scooter, helmet and gloves
Scooter, helmet and gloves (closer)
To tighten the handlbar: the turning of the screw opposite the 'flappy thing' turns when you turn it. What you need to do is PUSH the flappy thing inwards towards the handbar-upright until it's nice and snug. That should hold them upright.
Got the complete set in great condition off Craigslist for a steal of a $15 price. I love it, but it's difficult to pose dolls with tighter limbs. Yet, it looks great with the dolls, however they are posed. It also makes for easier storage as it folds like a regular scooter.