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Fisher-Price Rock, Roll 'n Ride Trike
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78 of 86 people found the following review helpful
on December 20, 2009
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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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on November 30, 2009
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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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on January 3, 2011
We bought this for my son first birthday gift.
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.
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42 of 50 people found the following review helpful
on January 8, 2010
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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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on June 2, 2012
Well here are few points you need to consider before buying it.
1) if your kid can not steer than this is no good. because you can push it by the handle at back but then can not steer . So No USE.
2) this is too big to fit in any kind of trunk of Sedan ( i own a toyota corolla) So i can not take this to park or anywhere.

Instead we ended up buying - Radio Flyer Trike from target( extremely light and the good part is the handle by which parents can push , you can steer too) is n't it amazing and it's fits in my toyota corolla.

(Similar Product) http://www.amazon.com/Radio-Flyer-Girls-Deluxe-Stroll/dp/B00207EEBW/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1338698498&sr=8-4
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on December 6, 2009
My son received this as a gift for his 2nd birthday, and he has used it ever since. He is now 5 1/2, and can barely fit on it (he's big for his age) but still loves to ride it. Compared to other trikes out there, it is very easy to pedal and is very easy to steer. it also is relatively safer than other trikes, because it is next to impossible to tip over. My only complaint is that we've had lots of fights over who gets to ride this trike, so I wish it came in pairs!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on August 28, 2010
This trike looks very attractive and we were very excited when we assembled it. However,it was lot of trouble to assemble it. It took us lot of time to figure out how the handles get hooked onto the trike and that we would have to drill it.No other toy, that we have ever assembled required us to drill a hole to fit a screw and the instructions are not too great.
Once assembled, the rolling part is fun and my son enjoyed it but when we took it out to ride, it was not much fun. My son was about 22 months when we took it out first and he was not very good with steering the bike or pedaling it. We thought it would be okay as it had a handle for us to push but it is not possible to steer it.
That made it a pain to use this trike. For a young toddler, who does not understand steering its a waste unless you are going to wait until they are old enough to understand steering. By then i think they would know to pedal too, so the push trike does not make sense then.

He is 24 months now and after taking this trike out a few times we got tired of it and sold it and bought a radio flyer trike and it is lot more comfortable to push and steer and is an awesome ride. I wish i had bought the radioflyer the first time itself. The fisher price one was waste of money.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on December 23, 2009
I'm not sure what has the negative reviewers in a huff. The assembly instructions are insanely easy to follow and well written. The pieces go together in a pretty obvious way: it just takes a while to screw the big yellow "pusher/rocker" part together because there are 13 screws. As for the "issue" with the long 10" screw and the header to the front wheel (aka wheel stem), its really simple -- you NEED to have an electric screwdriver or a drill with a screwdriver bit (you do not, however, need a drill bit -- nor is it necessary to drill any holes). The long screw is pushed in most of the way, until it hits the back of the wheel stem. At that point, you need something that will help drill the screw into the stem. If you are really strong and apply enough pressure, you may be able to do this with just a screwdriver. Its much easier with an electric though.

As for the trike itself, its pretty nice. Adjustable seat for three positions. Not quite a "big wheel," but its not supposed to be. This is just a nice toy to tool around the driveway in. And for what it is (and at this price) its terrific.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on September 23, 2010
I could not figure out the difference between this trike and the red/purple XL trike. I thought it was because this was an older model. I read another review AFTER purchasing this trike that said the XL has a longer push handle for taller people. Well I'm 5' 6" and this is not comfortable for me push for any extended period of time. Since my son was rejecting the stroller I thought this would be great for transportation to the park, but it's not. The plastic wheels are loud, it's hard to control because my son has no concept of steering yet, and the push handle bends down a bit so I have to hunch over A LOT. I think it will be fine when my son knows how to pedal himself, but I wish I had spent the few extra bucks and bought the XL.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on February 2, 2015
I can't believe what an awesome, solid product this is at such a low price. It's just plain awesome. I love that it grows wit the child. It can be used as a stationary rocker, a foot-powered ride on, a parent-propelled push rider or a first tricycle. It can last a long time, and it's built to last. My 18 month old can climb on and push herself around backward and forward. She loves to stand up on the foot pegs (which are included in addition to the pedals) and rock it forward and back. She's a little bit of a thrill-seeker. (It's genetic!)

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.
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