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Radio Flyer 20 Scoot-About Tricycle

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Scoot-About Tricycle, Wide Front Wheels For Stability & Safety , Furniture Friendly Front Bumper, Real Working Steering, Easy Glide Wheels, Adjustable Seat Height With Easy Turn Knob, Streamers, Ringing Bell, For Ages 1-3 Years.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 21.5 x 9 inches ; 10.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00GVKF08A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (204 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #448,837 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Easy to assemble.
K. Peters
She learned to ding the bell quickly and now loves scooting around riding her bike!
Julie
My one year and two year old grandsons love this riding toy!
arip

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

171 of 172 people found the following review helpful By N. H. on December 18, 2010
Size Name: 1 Verified Purchase
I couldn't decide between the wooden version of the scoot trike or the metal so I purchased both and can compare the two.

The wooden version is very retro and cute, but metal version is a bit larger. My son is tall and will be able to use it longer so that is the one that we are going to keep.

Seat: Metal version has a hard plastic seat, and the screws go through it so they show. The seat has 3 heights. The lowest height is slightly higher than the seat on the wooden version. The seat is also slightly further back from the handlebars than the seat on the wooden version
Wooden version has a lightly padded seat, and the screws do not show.

Handlebars: Metal version has Y shaped bars. The hand grips are already attached. The streamers are made of red and white ribbon.
Wooden version has a straight handlebar. The hand grips are a cheaper plastic and are difficult to slide onto the bar. The streamers are a red vinyl that doesn't hang as nicely.

Bell: Both versions have the same bell.

"Tires": Very similar between the two. The metal version has wheels that are hard and smooth. The wooden version has wheels that are a bit softer and have slight grooves. We have only used the trikes indoors so I don't know how well they would hold up outside.

Overall build: The wooden version does have a wooden body, steering column, and front axle with metal pieces to connect them all. The metal version has a metal body and connection pieces with a plastic front axle.

Assembly: The metal trike was easier to put together, but neither was super difficult. I did end up with an unexpected gap between the frame and the steering column on the wooden trike, but I don't know if that is a defect or not.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By C. M. Etson on March 10, 2007
Size Name: 1
I purchased this for my daughter's first birthday. It was easy to assemble, and she was so excited the second she saw it. Seems very stable under her - she hasn't turned it over yet. I also like the fact that it's light for me to carry, it doesn't mark the furniture or walls, and with the seat height adjustment, I think we will get a couple years' use out of it.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Angela R. Neil on December 23, 2007
Size Name: 1
I gave this to Serenity (almost 14 months) for a Christmas present and she immediately LOVED it! It took her all of 30 minutes to figure out how to get on and off the bike and about a hour to learn how to go forward and NOT just backwards. Her steering isn't quite was she wants it to be, but she's learning! She rides around saying, "vroom vroom" - she's too cute! It's a great learning tool for that beautiful Radio Flyer Classic Red Tricycle I get her someday soon!

I didn't have any problems at all putting it together like some of the reviewers did. I did it by myself (without my husband's help) and in about 30 minutes.

It's very light and fits in my trunk so I can take it anywhere easily - which is good because Serenity loves it so much. She hasn't tipped it yet, so I would say that it's sturdy. My friend's older kids (6 & 9) think it's really cool and they want to ride it too! People have already asked me where I found it!

I would recommend the Scoot-About as a wonderful 1st birthday or Christmas present!
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By lainibug VINE VOICE on January 22, 2011
Size Name: 1 Verified Purchase
I have no complaints about this "trike". It seems durable and sturdy and went together well. My son's interested in it and loves to ring the bell. For all that, I give 5 stars.

However, it might be helpful for some parents to hear that my son is around 30" and is really too short to ride this. He is small for his age... measured 29.5 a couple of weeks before we gave it to him. It's been another month and I think he's grown, and still can't really reach the floor if he's on the seat. On the other hand, I don't know that there are any similar options for shorter kids, so no regrets about buying this one, just thought that might be helpful info for some parents.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By OB Joyful on January 9, 2007
Size Name: 1 Verified Purchase
Bought 3 of these for our 3 two year old grandchildren. They seem to like them very much, though one of the 3 had some quality control issues (handle bar on one was difficult to turn).
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amie Lind on May 17, 2007
Size Name: 1
After my son's favorite little ride-on finally gave out after 30+ years of use (it was mine as a child!), we searched high and low for one similar to it. Right before Christmas, my parents came across this one online and ordered it. It's built very well, extremely sturdy, and does not tip easily. We use it inside the house and outside. The adjustable seat is a GREAT feature. My son is 2 and he absolutely LOVES this bike!! BUY IT!! You won't be disappointed!!!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By LML on August 4, 2012
Size Name: 1
We are a biking family and have had a variety of ride-on toys for the tots. This one has been my three boy's favorite by far. Each of them would tear around on it like mad-men, and it lasted through all three (which I can't say for the other ride-ons). I am a physical therapist and firmly believe in the neurologic benefits of reciprocal motion (helps integrate the two halves of the brain, pretty important). All of my boys were riding a two wheeler no training wheels by age three, don't know if this toy specifically helped, but it certainly made them excited to ride!

P.S. NEVER do the tricycle with a push-stick, it teaches your kids that a bike is a stroller and to be a passenger rather than a rider
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