A form of extreme/action-sport comparable to BMX or Skateboarding in concept but not in appeal or difficulty. Extreme Scootering (doing tricks on razor scooters) is commonly referred to as the retarded, inbred stepchild of BMX and Skateboarding. In the last 2-3 years the sport has increased nearly threefold in adolescent population and you will usually find the young posers of your town doing little tricks off of curbs on their scooters. Even at it's highest level of skill, scooter-riding has almost no appeal to any audience whatsoever, simply because nobody cares to watch a grown man do tricks on a scooter. The handlebars on the scooter make it easier to control than a skateboard, and the light weight of them make them easier to control than a bicycle, making scooter riding the easiest and most unappealing extreme sport there is. Scooter riders at skateparks are great at snaking real athletes and pretending to fit in with the action sport scene. Scooter riders should really be at home with their babysitters.
Jim: I do Extreme Scootering.
John: That has to be the coolest thing ever.
Jim: I'm the best scooter rider in town.
John: I was being sarcastic. Being the best scooter rider is like bragging about being the straightest gay guy.