Rockboard Scooter Tween Holiday Gift #Giveaway

A Rockboard Scooter may be on your tween’s holiday gift list and it’s a good thing if it is. Rockboard Scooters get your kid moving by either using it as a regular scooter or by rocking it up and down to go up to 10 miles per hour. No batteries needed, just your tween’s energy!

As a parent, you’ll love Rockboard too. You don’t need to worry about putting it together or finding room for it. It comes fully assembled and it’s compact once it is folded up. Plus, it gets your tween out in the fresh air doing something besides playing video games. You may find yourself taking a ride on this unique Scooter too.

Called a “hybrid”, the Rockboard “combines the drive-chain propulsion of a bicycle with the practicality of a kick-scooter”. So you’re actually getting two scooters in one. When using the drive-chain action, or a rocking motion, your tween’s muscles are getting a good work out as she tries to go as fast as she can.

Rockboard scooter

The Rockboard Scooter retails for $200 and comes in White, Orange, Blue and Pink finishes. The Mini is the scaled-down version with the same kick scooter capabilities and advanced Rockboard Propulsion Technology. The Mini retails for $159, can hold kids up to 90 lbs. and is available in White, Blue and Pink finishes.  Both models are available at Target.com, ToysRUs.com and Amazon.com

Rockboard Scooter

My 12 year old daughter was able to pick up the Rockboard on her own, get up on it and rock. She liked the ability to switch from using the scooter from one way to another, the kickstand and the cool orange color. Now, we’re off to get her a helmet for safety.

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Comments

  1. Just Dance for the Wii keeps ME moving, so I know it’ll do the same for tween/teens. But they’ll probably want the Just Dance version (I think there are three) without all the old lady songs on it.

    Also? A pogo stick and a tandem bike.

    Take it from me.
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  2. I think rollerblades are a lot of fun. Thanks for the chance.

  3. Nikki Elkins says:

    I like the old school get outside and ride your bike or play basketball or football.

  4. Joelyn Metzler says:

    I think a trampoline is a great way to get kids that age outdoors and active!

  5. Ivy Gutknecht says:

    I think some good old fashioned sports equipment is perfect for teens… bikes, balls, outdoor games etc

  6. i think during winter months the wii is a good source for some activity
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  7. I have 3 teenagers and they all find activites that fit their personalities. My oldest loves to surf/cycle. Middle daughter plays basketball. Youngest is more of a Wii girl;)

  8. glori johnson says:

    volley ball worked well for us:-)

  9. i think roller skating is fun for them or riding horses
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  10. My son would absolutely love this scooter

  11. Eric Davis says:

    bicycles & scooters

  12. paige chandler says:

    I recommend a skate board.

  13. Margaret Smith says:

    A bike is fun for any age.
    Thanks so much.
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  14. scooter, rollerskate omething like that. something can play themselves

  15. The kinect games for the Xbox are great for staying active.

  16. a sport like soccer or just a new bike!

  17. alsvegas
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    i play frizz-be with my niece’s small kids. they said whats is this toy you have uncle, i showed it to them & told them it’s like a ufo the aliens drive , they stood in aah! now they play it every chance they get, it gets them out from the video games for now 🙂

  18. Melissa Zimmerman says:

    We use our Wii

  19. Jessica Rose
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    Xbox Kinect in the winter, Surf in the summer

  20. Douglas Houston says:

    A skateboard is always fun

  21. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    This scooter looks fabulous! Mine like skateboards and bike, too.

  22. A bicycle keeps kids of all ages active!

  23. Dance Central for the Xbox 360 Kinect.

  24. Terri Wilson says:

    When we were teens we stayed out all day just riding our bikes, skating or just walking. Those daily activities kept us in shape!

  25. Russell Moore says:

    I think bikes are best. I know my grandkids run me ragged trying to keep up with them when we ride.

  26. balls, bats, basketball hoops and bikes

  27. Shannon Baas says:

    bicycling.

  28. i rec wii sports or a kinect game!

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  29. Hiking and camping equipment is good for older teens. For younger ones, a trampoline is fun!
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  30. Bike, snowboard and ski’s

  31. renee walters says:

    A bike and a trampoline are great fun! Happy holidays! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Renee Walters
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  32. kick ball or softball and my kids love just dance

  33. jodi leah baird says:

    any thing out side!! my kids go out side to play all the time.i think it is so bad to let a kid sit in front tv or with a game in their hand all the time.so my kids are out side alot

  34. Tari Lawson says:

    I recommend a bike.

  35. Suzanne Kaiser says:

    My boys love capture the flag – a game they were taught at camp!

  36. tracey byram says:

    bike riding, wii games or kinect game

  37. The wii fit is the greatest thing ever!

  38. crystle tellerday says:

    a bike or scooter

  39. I recommend active Wii Sports games for teenage fitness. They’re super fun and cool, and also provide great health benefits – as well as family time!

  40. April Brenay says:

    Go out and ride your bike, its classic.

  41. a bike or scooter and skate board

  42. bikes and rollerblades are great activities
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  43. Nintendo Wii with exercise or dance games

  44. Andrea Williams says:

    I think using the xbox Kinect or skateboarding are my kid’s favorites.

  45. Jessica E Ledford says:

    Play games on the Wii or bicycling

  46. kathy
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    My kids love the wii games

  47. Something like kickball, soccer, softball, etc., are good games to play.

  48. Mary Calabrese says:

    Baseball! It gets them outside and active.

  49. Kerrie Mayans
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    My kids love soccer and jumping on the trampolene.

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  50. Lazer Tag!

  51. My grand daughter enjoys skating, but she would LOVE this scooter!

  52. rollerblades..kinect

  53. I recommend dance games for the Wii or other gaming system. Thanks for the fun 🙂
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  54. Allie Sansing says:

    anything for the kinect. that thing will give you a workout very quickly!

  55. Monique Rizzo says:

    My daughter loves the Wii Fit.
    Thanks for the chance.
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  56. Shannon Egan says:

    For winter I would suggest an Xbox Kinect, especially the dancing games. It’s a work out all in itself AND it’s a blast! For summer I’d suggest a swimming pool or one of these scooters. lol

  57. Diane W
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    A bike. You get exercise and can use it to go place either alone or in a group.

    diane dot wortman at gmail dot com

  58. I’m going to go with basketball.

  59. Ada Miller says:

    bikes because you can get fresh air along with some family fun & getting in a little exercise at the same time.

  60. Jennifer Marie
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    jump rope!

  61. Mary Casper
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    I.m a big fan of structure sports, whether its soccer, swimming, track, anythink to keep them moving

  62. Laura Andry says:

    The best game for Tweens to stay active would probably be wii fit.

  63. Skateboards.

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  64. Michelle Fosnaugh says:

    A good ole fashioned basketball and basketball hoop! Its a great whole body workout. My 16 year old son plays a few hours a day

  65. Crystal Mexico says:

    I would say scooters/skateboards or the old time classics like sports/ball etc. During the winter months, id say sledding because they have to get a real workout climbing those hills! Plus it gets them off the couch/video games and outta the house.

  66. Bike riding

  67. bikes, scooters and sleds in the winter.
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  68. Bikes, Basketball, soccer

  69. sports games on the wii

  70. Jody Sisson says:

    Riding Bikes.

  71. Angela Qcrazy
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    Looks like fun!

  72. Angela Qcrazy
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    I recommend swimming and walking.

  73. We love to play basketball.

  74. Jessi Likey says:

    A trampoline is a great way to get them active. I had one as a kid/teen. 🙂

  75. melissa Resnick says:

    Wii

  76. Wii sports would be fun and active.

  77. daniel healey says:

    We have our kids playing soccer, anything that keeps them active.

  78. Susan Smith says:

    Riding bikes, playing soccer, playing active Wii games

  79. Rock climbing, bike riding.

  80. bicycle or skateboard

  81. Angela Winesburg says:

    Skateboards or roller skates

  82. Roller skating! Not only fun but good exercise.

  83. I’d recomend the wii. It does get you moving

  84. mary gardner says:

    wii fit is great, also bicycles, skateboards, and any sports such as basketball, volleyball, baseball, etc.

    marygardner49 at aol dot com

  85. Amy Lynn Swiatczak says:

    ballroom and Latin dance lessons

  86. Definently swimming in the summer…and any kind of interactive gaming system

  87. I would use the wii

  88. I’ve found that it doesn’t matter how old or “cool” they are, a good set of squirt guns in the summertime always gets them running around like they’re 6 again!
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  89. Dancing!

  90. amy deeter
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    bicycles
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  91. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    I think the wii is a good exercise but so is a real bike and some friends to ride with
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  92. Debra Hinson Sauvageau
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    I think basketball goals are a must have

  93. normally i recommend a bike but this is so much better!

  94. Paula Hafner says:

    Xbox Kinects is great for getting kids active when it’s too nasty to go outside!

  95. tracey johnson says:

    we play on the wii when it is cold and when it is nice out we play volleyball

  96. melissa miller says:

    scooters, basketball hoops, craft items, books,or a bike

  97. Sarah Matos says:

    Rollerblades! Fun and interactive
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  98. Team sports! Anything with a team orientated goal…i.e…soccer, basketball, dodgeball.
    Awesome blog by the way and thanks for the giveaway!
    Would love, love, LOVE to win this!
    Merry Christmas to you and yours!
    =]
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  99. Christy Weller says:

    Bicycle, and basketball

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  100. Any kind of outside game equipment balls frisbees bikes

  101. I think anything thats going to get them out there moving is a good idea, bikes, roller blades,scooters, balls pogo sticks ..anything to keep them active

  102. A bike

  103. Anything that will get them up and active! This scooter is great!

  104. Michelle S. says:

    A pogo stick for 5 minutes.

  105. I recommend a basketball hoop to keep the kids active.

  106. A pogo Stick!

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  107. A bike!

  108. kathy pease says:

    rollerskates are always fun 🙂

  109. Stacie Clark says:

    Good old fashioned team sports — allows teens to make friends and solidify those friendships while being physically active. Also great for building character and self-confidence!

  110. Christine W says:

    We always love playing red light green light outside!

  111. Amy Carlson says:

    Bikes or active games on a game console for winter!

  112. Lisa Garner says:

    My preteen and teen love playing Wii Sports golf and tennis which helps them stay active.

  113. Angela Amenta says:

    In hawaii it’s always a surfboard!

  114. My son loves his skateboard.
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  115. Skating, baseball, basketball, bike riding….I do all of these with my children. 🙂 Thank you.

  116. Amy DeLong says:

    skateboard,bike,basketball,football
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  117. Michelle Hagewood says:

    Any of the dance games for XBox Kinect. It still gives them the video game they love, but they have to get up off the couch and move!

    boylaneely at hotmail dot com

  118. tamra childers says:

    You can beat the good old bike

  119. A trampoline would keep them active
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  120. anything outdoors with friends or the wii indoors
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  121. julie hawkins says:

    I recommend a bicycle

  122. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    For indoors, I’d say the Wii or games like Reverse Charades. For outside, a trampoline or swing set!

  123. shirley pebbles says:

    A regular bicycle.

  124. Barbara Hunt says:

    Thanks for the great contest!
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  125. vanessa hunter says:

    A good, old fashioned jump rope. Cardio. Lots of cardio.

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