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When I filed my report on the 2013 Chicago Toy & Game Fair back in November, one of the highlights was the Crazy Cart by RAZOR Worldwide. In fact, it was the top pick from the event, and here’s what I said about it back then…

Recommended for Ages 9+, this electric go-cart offers riders a full range of directional control at speeds of up to 12mph! It can drift, spin, slide, or just go forward and reverse. Inventor Ali Kermani was on-hand to guide the test-drive experience, which had potential riders and their grownups waiting in line for a shot at glory. If you’ve read this site at all in the past, there’s a pretty good chance you know that I have two little speed-demon daughters. So what did I do when a rep from Razor doubted that four-year-old Addie could handle the Crazy Cart… even assuming that she couldn’t reach the pedals? Double-check the pedal reach, sign the waiver and strap her in and helmet-up. After a few seconds to get a feel for things, she pretty much owned it. And there was also a question of whether Addie’s “frame” would allow the Crazy Cart to spin and drift properly. Question answered:

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The folks at Razor Worldwide even used a picture of my daughter on their own Instagram:

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Fast-forward to Toy Fair 2014 and the electric-powered drift cart was awarded “2014 Outdoor Toy of the Year” at the TOTY Awards. 

The vehicle is currently a Toys “R” Us Exclusive. Here’s hoping for some wider availability in the near future. For more on the Crazy Cart, check out Razor’s official site.

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