Radio flyer scoot 2 pedal

(8 customer reviews)

$59.99 $39.99

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  • 2 rides in 1: toddlers begin by way of the use of this toy as a experience-on, scooting from the seated function. Effortlessly convert to a tricycle by using flipping out the pedals
  • consolation seat: the contoured seat offers ergonomic help and luxury
  • garage: the scoot 2 pedal functions a included storage bin so favored toys can be part of in on each adventure
  • specifications: assembled dimensions are 22. 5“ l x sixteen. 6” w x 17. 6” h. Recommended for children ages 1 – three years. Maximum weight potential 42 lbs

Availability: 525 in stock

SKU: C11APH55E1168 Category:

from the manufacturer

radio flyer started out growing smiles and warm reminiscences for children of every age in 1917. Today we continue to be a chicago-primarily based family organisation committed to developing first-class merchandise that inspire adventures fueled by using laughter and joy. For over 100 years, countless voyages of early life fantasy were launched with radio flyer toys. This legacy maintains to spark the imagination as radio flyer is rediscovered with each new era.

scoot 2 pedal

the scoot 2 pedal grows together with your toddler via two milestone stages of play. First your baby can learn to scoot for fun in a relaxed contoured seat. When they’re prepared to learn how to pedal, really extend the ez flip-out pedals, and watch them go! The extra-wide wheels provide a strong trip, and the included storage bin adds more fun to the adventure.

  • grows with your baby thru two degrees of play—scoot for amusing and learn how to pedal
  • ez flip-out pedals, no tools required
  • secure contoured seat
  • covered storage bin for introduced amusing
  • product dimensions = 22. 5″ x sixteen. 60″ x 17. 60″
  • weight capability = forty two lbs
  • for ages 1-3 years
  • features

    ez flip-out pedals.

    huge wheels for balance.

    storage bin.

    contoured seat.

    scoot 2 pedal

    radio flyer.

    product description

    the scoot 2 pedal grows together with your baby thru two milestone stages of play. First your infant can learn how to scoot for fun in a relaxed contoured seat. While they may be equipped to learn how to pedal, genuinely amplify the ez turn-out pedals, and watch them pass! The more-wide wheels provide a strong ride, and the blanketed storage bin provides greater amusing to the journey.

    Product Dimensions

    22.5, x, 16.6, x, 17.6, inches

    Item Weight

    5.95, pounds



    Item model number


    Best Sellers Rank

    #16, 435, in, Sports, &, Outdoors, (See, Top, 100, in, Sports, &, Outdoors), #23, in, Kids', Tricycles

    Customer Reviews

    4.6, out, of, 5, stars, 678, ratings, 4.6, out, of, 5, stars

    Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


    Release date

    September, 20, 2017


    Radio, Flyer

    8 reviews for Radio flyer scoot 2 pedal

    1. Heather Shoemaker

      Such a cute bike I was really excited for it to come for my 20mo to play with. It sits so low to the ground!!! There’s also not much foot room, so every time she’d move her feet, her heels hit the back end of the bike. Also, the turning radius sucks!!!! I wish I bought another bike. Read more

    2. R. Kim

      My grandson just turned 2, and at first he didn’t want the pedals out, just wanted to scoot along at his leisure. But after a couple of weeks his 7 year old brother got on it and pedaled, showing him how/what he could do, the 2 year old was all for trying the pedals! This is a PERFECT starting point for any toddler, as soon as they can walk. Just wish I’d have bought it sooner! I will 100% recommend this product! Read more

    3. Wolfberry

      My 2 year old son can’t ride this when it’s over a thin, flat rug. With the pedals up, it’s even harder. The way it is designed, you have to push forward and down with your feet instead of just down, and my kids can’t figure it out. Neither my 2 year old son or 4 year old daughter sits on this thing at all. They were excited about it for about 5 mins out of the box, but since then it’s been sitting around looking sad. In addition, the screws did not come with the box. I was disappointed and tried to get the seller to send the screws but they said they didn’t have them and wanted ME to go to the manufacturer direct to get them sent. Well, if I had that much time on my hands, I wouldn’t be ordering online, would I? In the end we went to the hardware store and just got a few compatible screws, but I was very resentful of having to make that effort. I thought about sending it back but it’s such a big item and would require disassembly, fitting back into the box (which was beat up when it arrived), and then going to the post office… again… who has the time? Amazon is usually pretty good with these things but every now and then you get a dud seller I suppose. Read more

    4. Jan E Jenson

      We bought this bike for our one-year-old grandson. It was easy to assemble as it only had two parts. Make sure to keep track of the screws that hold the handle to the base. I accidentally threw them away. Our grandson loves the little compartment on the back of the bike to open and close and fill with items. He can use the bike to push around or he can sit on the bike and scoot around the house. Later, we will release the pedals so he can learn to pedal on his own. We actually are using it in the house, it is so compact that it is not in the way. Read more

    5. Grandits Family

      Great transition trike. Live the retractable pedals. Great for the young toddlers in your life. My son is nearly two and loves it. I’d say it’d be good for 18mo-2.5 maybe older depending on height. It is plastic. Though well constructed and good quality. I don’t know that I’d pay the full price for this trike: red flyer has metal models (of the low seat high handle) for a similar price. My son loves the little caboose trunk! Read more

    6. H White

      This is the cutest little scooter ever! My great granddaughter loved it and it is perfect for a toddler! Easy to get on and off. We did not realize initially that the grownup who put it together neglected to put the screws in. Christmas over, box gone, screws gone! Is there a possibility that we can get more screws? The local hardware store was not helpful. Please! Read more

    7. dbl

      Trike works OK. Note that some assembly is required, although the product description said “NO” assembly required. All parts were provided, although we did not find the screws initially. After checking the box several times, without finding the screws required, we purchased replacements, assembled it, and brought it to the birthday party. When collapsing the box for recycling. We discovered the bag of screws; they must have been tucked under the bottom flap. So, if you think you are missing the screws, be sure to take the box apart. It seems to work ok for a small two-year-old who has not yet figured out pedals. Not sure it would be good if you have a large two-year-old. Would give it 4 stars if the description was accurate. Read more

    8. Chris

      Jury is still out on this trike- seems like a good design in theory, but our experience with our 1.5 – 2 year old boy has been mixed so far. First off our boy is pretty well coordinated for an almost 2 year old. He is definitely adept at scooting- but scooting has not worked well so far with this trike because the back wheels are in the way of his legs as he tries to scoot, i.e. as he pushes with one leg, the back wheel on the other side hits his other leg and stops the trike. He’s learning to push in a coordinated way with both legs to avoid this, but a trike with the back wheels farther back would work better. Second, the front wheel doesn’t spin freely – there is a lot of friction. Maybe that is good for little kids to self limit their speed, but I think it is making it harder for our son to learn to pedal since it probably takes more power to get the wheels moving. Maybe he just isn’t coordinated enough yet, but it seems like this doesn’t help. Third, if I were going to purchase another trike I would get one of the radio flyer models that has pedals AND the adult push handle in the back. I think that makes it easier to give a helping hand as the child learns to pedal. All of this said, our son LOVES this bike and always wants to play with it despite these issues. He loves that it has a trunk he can put toys in also. Lastly, buy this from your local big box store or Target on line. Amazon doesn’t carry it directly and the resellers on here I discovered after purchasing are marking up the price significantly. Update 2018: was fun for our son to walk around with but we found the pedals didn’t really work because the wheels just don’t roll easily enough for a toddler to get this moving. We eventually got a Skuut balance bike that our son learned to ride with. Read more

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