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Fisher-Price Rock, Roll 'n Ride Trike

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Blue and Yellow
  • 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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Product Details

Color: Blue and Yellow
User Manual [1.11mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 15.2 x 27.1 inches ; 15 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00284CAY0
  • Item model number: R6153
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 months - 5 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,083 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (645 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Color: Blue and Yellow

Product Description

This sturdy trike offers kids three fun ways to ride, from as young as 18 months all the way to 5! The base locks in place for ride-on, rocking fun. As your child grows, the base converts to an X-tra long parent handle so you can comfortably stroll behind your child, offering a helpful hand while they learn to pedal and steer. And when they're ready to ride on their own, the handle removes, the seat adjusts, and the foot pegs fold up for easy, independent pedaling. And they're off! Ages 18 months - 5 years, Weight Limit: 50 lbs.

From the Manufacturer

This sturdy trike offers kids three fun ways to ride, from as young as 18 months all the way to 5! The base locks in place for ride-on, rocking fun. As your child grows, the base converts to an X-tra long parent handle so you can comfortably stroll behind your child, offering a helpful hand while they learn to pedal and steer. And when they're ready to ride on their own, the handle removes, the seat adjusts, and the foot pegs fold up for easy, independent pedaling. And they're off! Ages 18 months - 5 years, Weight Limit: 50 lbs.

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Customer Reviews

This product is very durable and easy to assemble.
Cristen Brandvik
My son LOVES to be pushed around on his "bike" even though he can't reach the pedals and doesn't like to put his feet up on the stationary "bar".
"dcook0907"
He loves to rock it like a rocking horse, scoot it around the house, and even ride it outside on his own.
Alison Mamadou

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

306 of 311 people found the following review helpful By R. OSullivan VINE VOICE on October 25, 2002
Color Name: Purple and Red
This is so reasonable in price and provides so much fun for so long. We gave it to my son when he was one year. He is two and still uses it every day. He can't do the pedals yet but he goes around the block on this propelling himself with his feet. Its extremely sturdy and balanced and is not prone to tipping. In fact, he has only fallen a couple times and that was when he got on or off and just didn't swing his leg over it far enough. Yep, there are more expensive nicer looking trikes, but this is fun and relatively safe even before they can pedal. And my son still has fun to come on this one once he learns to pedal! Update: My son used this trike until he turned 6!
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472 of 487 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 19, 2007
Color Name: Purple and Red
Length: 1:38 Mins
I thought I'd have my son Connor demonstrate how this tricycle passes the toddler test.
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287 of 312 people found the following review helpful By "theshrink" on May 24, 2003
Color Name: Purple and Red
I purchased the previous version of the Rock, Roll & Ride for my eldest son when he was two. The idea is great -- anyone with at least one kid knows that multitasking toys are a wonderful idea. However, as a tricycle, this does have a few flaws.
The biggest flaw we found is with the plastic "tires." They look cute, but are really slippery, so they don't grip the ground well. My son had a really hard time learning to pedal because he'd get the movements right, but the trike wouldn't go anywhere... he just literally spun his wheels. Then, my husband wrapped rubber bands around the tires to help them get some traction, and that helped Jake long enough to get the hang of it. Also, if you use this outside, the tires get pretty scraped up, so you might not want to bring it back indoors where it could scratch your floors.
Another flaw was the short push handle, but according to the specs for this model they have lengthened the pushbar, which can only be good. I'm 5'6" and I thought it was too short for me before.
Lastly, I think this item has a short life span for your child. Jake turned three years old at the end of January, and he's really outgrown it in terms of what the trike can do. The ride just isn't smooth enough to justify him using for real "bike riding."
I've read a lot about trikes tipping, and if I think about it, this does tip, but not all that often, so that's a good feature.
Finally, I guess this is a good recommendation as an indoor toy. For a longer-lasting outdoor toy, I'd try one of the Kettlers.
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68 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Flor on December 20, 2009
Color Name: Blue and Yellow Verified Purchase
This is a great toy. We gave it to my best friend's daughter for her 2nd birthday and she loved it instantly. There is NO design flaw. What people have trouble with is that when you screw together the wheel fork & steering wheel, the hole is only pre-drilled to a certain point. The other 3/4" you need to drill in yourself-into the plastic so that it stays secure. If it were pre-drilled all the way in, it would fall out. It's like that on purpose!

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.

Hope this helps!
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By D. L. D on June 17, 2004
Color Name: Purple and Red
We have three of these as each of my boys received one for their first birthday and I think they are great. The only problem is I wish they were all at the same house - two are by their Grandparents 3000 miles away while my three fight over the one we have at home. Makes we want to go buy one or two more. My six year old still loves to ride it even though he has moved onto a big boy bike because he can really zoom around the corners without getting nervous. The little foot rest doesn't do much but not a huge problem. Found that it worked best in the rocking mode when off the carpet. The handle is great as not only am I able to push them but they push each other. It really manuvers well. My almost 2 year old tries to pedal it but is not quite big enough so he just zooms around with foot power. All in all a great toy that after 5 years of constant use shows no signs of "decay" - how many toys can you say that about?
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By G Man on November 30, 2009
Color Name: Blue and Yellow Verified Purchase
We purchased this for our 22 month old son and he was excited about it. He is on the short side so with the seat adjusted all the way forward, he still cannot pedal but he enjoys having us push him. He is also able to coast down our slightly sloped drive while using the foot rest. For the money, I think this is a good little starter trike and we really like the handle so we can help him learn.
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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Mary Poppins on January 8, 2010
Color Name: Blue and Yellow Verified Purchase
We bought this for our daughter (2 1/2) from Santa. Hubby put it together the night before, took about 15-20 minutes. The bad thing is that you can't switch from one position to another without needing a screwdriver and taking out screws and moving them to another place. So it's either a trike or a rocking toy. Also, take note it is plastic - including the wheels. This means there's no traction for riding around the house. On both wood floors and carpet, our daughter is spinning wheels a lot of the time. And when I push her around, the wheels just slide across the floor instead of turning. We bought this for seriously DIRT cheap, as in under twenty dollars, so I can't really complain. I think it will be better outside on the pavement once the weather is nice again. The peddles are a bit far from the seat too, so if your little one is short, that might be an issue. Our daughter is average and has to sit on the edge of the seat to reach the peddles. Just a few facts for anyone considering this. I would reccommend a higher quality honestly, unless you can get it cheap like we did. Metal and real tires are going to last a lot longer and be less frustrating to the little one. Good luck!
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