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Fisher-Price Rock, Roll 'n Ride Trike
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- Three "grow-with-me" stages let kids Rock, Roll, and Ride!
- Stage 1: Rocking fun for little ones
- Stage 2: Rocker base converts to extra-long parent push handle to help toddlers roll along
- Stage 3: Independent pedaling fun for big kids!
- Easy to convert (no tools required)
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That said, the a power screw driver or drill with a screwdriver bit worked great. You also need a hammer to tap in some pieces on the wheels. It was easy to assemble.
I was a little worried about the handle height. I'm 5'8" and I could easily push it without bending over. I think people over 5'10" would have to bend down. Since the mom is going to be doing most of the pushing, and she's shorter than me, it won't be a problem. I hear the XL version of this trike has a longer handle.
It's really easy to convert from rocker to trike, and her 5-year-old cousin figured it out in under 5 minutes. The seat is adjustable to accommodate growth.
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Since you can convert it in 3 different configuration, he was able to hop on right away and have hours of fun!
We use it indoor and outdoor and he simply loves it.
Highly recommended, also note that this is not part of the large national recall from Fisher Price, this product is safe even when my kid decide to do some maintenance and flip it upside-down to spin the wheels as fast as they can possible go!
Shop safe, this is an awesome product, Amazon beat Toys r Us on prices everyday.
There are three different ways to use it- as a rocker, as a trike with handle, and as a regular trike. We've used it as a rocker and trike with handle. It's super easy to switch it back and forth from rocker to independent trike, so when the little one wants to rock I just pull a chunky plastic peg and flip the handle , replace the peg and it's a fun alternate to a rocking horse.
Both girls like to sit and rock while hanging out in the living room. While in rocker mode, the pedals do not turn. With a pull of the peg and flip of the rocker, it becomes a trike with a handle for me to push the trike back to storage when the girls go home as well as a great way to redirect the trike when it's being ridden. The girls ride the trike in the house, and it pretty easily handles going from hardwoods to area rugs if they get a little speed up first.
We've also taken it outside to go around the block. The 3 year old has a blast pedaling away, and I can easily slow her down or redirect the trike with the handy handle. That handle is awesome. She feels independent, and I feel she is safer since I have something to easily grab onto if there is a safety concern.
Since the whole thing is plastic (except for a few parts) it's not too heavy, and is easy to stick it in the shower to rinse the outside dirt off.Read more ›
There are lots of mechanics to master with this toy. Getting on and off requires some scrambling skills. Staying on promotes balance. Steering is great for hand-eye coordination (And any time this is not on the rocker it needs to be steered), and pedaling nurtures gross-motor development. This is definitely a toy for toddlers and preschoolers. There is no strap or seat for keeping the child in place. It's pretty stable, but I wouldn't put a child on this (even in rocking mode) that can't sit up, balance, and hold on.
This is a strong little trike. I'm not sure what the weight limit is, but I'm pretty sure it would stand up to 45 or 50 pounds. The product information says that this toy is for children up to five years old, but we'll probably replace it with a big girl bike at 3 or 4.
The least good mode for this toy is the one where I push my daughter around. It does require steering, or else you really have to wrangle it to make it go in the direction that you want. I expected that the handle would stay up like a "sissy bar." It doesn't. I've dropped it on my foot numerous times, and it hurts. Learn from my mistake, lower the bar when you're done. It also makes it hard for my daughter to push herself around when the bar is attached. I'm 5'4" I have to hunch a little when pushing. It's probably a shade uncomfortable for any one taller.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was a gift not something to use here. It appears that Liesl's mother was able to assemble it without difficulty.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Its just good as a rocker or if the trike is used inside the house. On road its very difficult to move my 2 year old as she cannot pedal yet. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Manvi
My granddaughter loves to rock on this as she is too young to pedal yet.Published 20 days ago by Allyson Endo
A versatile gift for a two year old grandchild. Good for indoor (as a rocker) and outdoor play.Published 21 days ago by Hooked on Classics
It's ok for the money. I wish the push bar were higher, and the plastic wheels don't roll well on some surfaces. But it's ok.Published 1 month ago by Ellie