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Radio flyer purple rider trike, out of doors little one tricycle, ages three-5 (amazon exceptional)

(8 customer reviews)

$51.76$56.18

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  • classic experience: this tricycle is fantastic for beginner riders. It gives comfort, consolation, and fun! The quiet experience tires offer a easy experience
  • fun for youngsters: the purple rider trike has a protected garage bin so kids can deliver their preferred treasures alongside for each experience, or locate new treasures on their journey
  • convenient for parents: with an grownup hand grip at the seat back, the purple rider trike can easily be transported.
  • adjustable seat: the adjustable seat lets in this tricycle to develop along with your toddler from a long time 2 ½ to 5 years
  • specifications: assembled product dimensions: 26. 4” l x 19. 9” w x 19. 7” h. Maximum weight capability forty nine lbs
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radio flyer commenced developing smiles and warm reminiscences for youngsters of all ages in 1917. Today we continue to be a chicago-based totally circle of relatives organisation committed to developing fine products that inspire adventures fueled via laughter and joy. For over a hundred years, infinite voyages of adolescence myth were released with radio flyer toys. This legacy maintains to spark the creativeness as radio flyer is rediscovered with every new technology.

crimson rider trike

the crimson rider trike offers convenience, consolation, and amusing! This sturdy trike functions steel production, comfort grip handlebars, and quiet experience wheels. The adjustable seat make sure your child will revel in the trike for years. Plus, it comes with a amusing covered garage bin.

  • adjustable seat grows together with your baby
  • strong steel production with quiet experience wheels
  • included storage bin for child a laugh
  • comfort grip handlebars
  • clean-to-deliver grownup hand grip on seat lower back
  • weight ability = forty nine lbs
  • age = 2 1/2 to five years
  • features

    adjustable seat.

    blanketed bin.

    metallic body.

    quiet wheels.

    purple rider trike

    radio flyer.

    product description

    the purple rider trike gives comfort, comfort, and a laugh! This sturdy trike functions metallic creation, consolation grip handlebars, and quiet experience wheels. The adjustable seat make sure your child will revel in the trike for years. Plus, it comes with a amusing included garage bin. For ages 2 1/2 – five years.

    size_name

    One Size

    color_name

    Red, Pink

    style_name

    Rider Trike + Helmet, Single

    8 reviews for Radio flyer purple rider trike, out of doors little one tricycle, ages three-5 (amazon exceptional)

    1. Ladyfingers

      We’re fans of Radio Flyer wagons and walker wagons, but when it comes to tricycles, I’m not sure this model is the best value. We keep a Schwinn tricycle at our house for our four year old grandson to ride, but we needed another for our granddaughter. We ordered this, thinking most trikes are pretty similar. We were wrong. The Schwinn model is more solidly constructed steel, has real rubber/air tires and has better designed pedals. The plastic seat is more durable and has five adjustable positions. Most important, that seat is much lower to the ground. Our grandson has never fallen over while on his trike or come anywhere close to doing that. This Radio flyer trike just doesn’t have the same stability. Because the Schwinn trike came with streamers and a bell, we had to buy those additional items for this pink bike. The only thing we like more about it is the back compartment. All kids like to carry cargo, and ours really likes using that feature to haul all sorts of junk around. If you asked our granddaughter which of the two trikes she likes more, she’d pick this pink Radio Flyer in a heartbeat simply because of the back compartment. It makes us happy that she’s happy. If you have a little girl who thinks the same way, this may be the bike for you. Because of the plastic wheels and slightly smaller size, it also makes a better indoor tricycle. Maximum weight is 49 lbs. I’ve included photos showing the differences in construction, seat height and general overall appearance. Read more

    2. Frequentbuyermiles

      My parents purchased the fold n go model tricycle for their house and we got this trike for our house. There is a difference! This bike is larger, so it will last our kids a little longer. Our two year old struggles to reach the pedals on this one though. She’s average for height for her age. She can just reach them but doesn’t have any extra leg to pedal forward! I’d say purchase this one if you want one to last longer growth wise, but opt for the folding trike by radio flyer for an average or small two year old to be able to ride and enjoy immediately. I know this will be great once she grows a few more inches! Read more

    3. Emily Baker

      I had this shipped to my little cousin for her 2nd birthday ! It was a hit and stole the show at her party ! My family have sent me many videos and pictures of her enjoying it even days after ! Read more

    4. Two kids and a dog…

      Update: This little trike is still in good shape 3 years in The splash guard on the front is always slipping sideways, I almost wonder if it would make more sense to not install it all. Our 2nd kid is now the same age (25 mo.) as our 1st was when I wrote the initial review Once again the Micro scooter is the favorite, but, this bike is a solid second choice and offers a different riding experience. While both on the tall side, she is a bit taller than her sister (90% vs 80%) and is able to pedal independently (forward and backward) 100% of the time. So, if you have a taller kid; 2 is about the right age for this one. Previous. review: This is a great product, however, if you are trying to decide on only ONE riding toy- I strongly recommend the Micro “mini” kickboard scooters. We bought a refurbished one of the company website and it has been our daughter’s favorite toy for 9 months strong. In fact, I just bought an adult version because, at 2 yrs, she is so fast on it that I was struggling to keep up with her. (Another friend bought a Little Tykes version for her 2yr old and it is CLEARLY inferior- so spend the extra cash on the Micro for sure.) Now, about this trike: I bought this for our then 20 month old because it was very similar to the one my neighbor’s kids would ride and our daughter would always try to steal it when she saw it. She loves it (just not as much as the Micro). Initially, she would walk it with her feet but, because the wheels are “fast,” she was soon able to almost run with it. Now, at 25 months, she has learned to start pushing the pedals maybe 30% of the time. Older kids in the neighborhood (4yr +/-) seem to like borrowing this one for a spin around the block now and then, too. Only issue we have had with it is the splash guard on the front wheel occasionally slipping loose and sliding sideways or the “trunk” popping up off the back bar. Both are easy to snap back in place. For reference, she also has a Strider balance bike. The balance bike is good for her, but she is just now learning to bear her weight on it and “glide” every few steps. In order of preference it goes: Micro Mini, Radio Flyer Trike, the Strider bike. As I said, this trike is VERY similar to ones my neighbor’s girls had from when her oldest (5 yr) was little and has since passed down to the younger girl (3yr). Both older girls say that this one is “faster” than the previous model. I attribute that to the wheels being different. So, if you are debating buying a used one or spending a little extra for the newer one- go new. Read more

    5. Joanne Schullo

      My grandson turned three this past November and I thought it would be nice to get him a tricycle. I picked this one because it’s a brand name and is one of the old fashioned type instead of one of those “big wheel” types. It arrived quickly and in perfect shape and was easy to put together. My grandson is learning how to push with his feet to make it go and just loves it. He uses the “trunk” on the back to take his favorite stuffed animal for a ride as well. If you’re looking for a well-made first tricycle, get this one. Read more

    6. Zzzz

      My 2 year old is 36″ tall and with the seat set to the closest mount to the pedals, the tricycle is still just a little big for him, but he still loves walking around with it and being pushed while sitting on it. Read more

    7. Amazon Customer

      The wheels are plastic. Sturdy plastic but I just didn’t read the description close enough. It’s a nice bike for my 18 months grandson to ride around the house and driveway. He especially likes the bin to carry “”groceries” or rocks. Read more

    8. leonardo

      I had a fun time helping my son assemble a Red Flyer trike for my grandson Josh..and we got it together with no trouble.very sturdy and can see it will last snd take a licking and keep on ticking..I know i had a Red Radio Flyer myself back in the day my uncle Bob was a top mechanic he put a set of twin chrome pipes on the back of my Radio Flyer trike..wow!! what that meant to me i still feel the excitement today.I also had a Red Radio Flyer wagon.so ..I am passing it on to a grandson to experience..along with the trike i purchased a Radio Flyer Helmet and a bell – awaiting the elbow and knee pads along with the gloves to deliver all at once.this is one solid trike i thought it was plastic but to my surprise its over 80% metal and sturdy. Read more

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