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Radio Flyer Classic Red 10-Inch Bicycle with Chain Drive


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  • Classic bicycle styling
  • It is 10" steel spooked wheels with real rubber tires
  • Chrome handlebars and fenders
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Has no brakes

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 15 x 27.5 inches ; 22 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 23 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00005A1LK
  • Item model number: 36
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 6 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #423,155 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

This award-winning bicycle is the ideal first step into the biking world. The classic chrome and steel design is extremely durable and stylish. Spoked wheels and rubber tires and training wheels make this bike ready for any terrain. Training wheels and no brakes make this bike simple and easy to ride. The padded seat is adjustable, so this bicycle can grow with your child. Best of all, there is a small chrome bicycle bell on the handle bar.

Product Description

It doesn't get any cuter than this Radio Flyer classic red bike. Children and parents alike will light up when they see the chrome fenders and little silver bell on this bike. Includes adjustable seat, reflectors on each pedal, direct action drive and removable training wheels. Use only with adult supervision. No. 36. Imported. 10" Bike: Recommended for up to age 3 or inseam up to 17".

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Customer Reviews

Bummer... I expected more from Radio Flyer.
Fab 40
A great bike if you want to have a bike to hand-me-down to subsequent children without having to worry about gender, too.
"tlaloc7"
He is now almost 3 years old and still LOVES this bike.
Mom of 4

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By S. Lipson VINE VOICE on November 16, 2003
My 3 yr old boy just received this for his b-day. I was a little concerned re: it's size being to small (short use span) for him, but I do not believe that this will be the case at all. I also have a 4 yr old boy which rides this bike comfortably. The bike is rock solid (it is fairly heavy) and the quality seems well above average. Despite the bike being only a 10" model, I think it will suit the average 2 1/2 - 5 yr old fine. There is ample room to elevate both the seat and handle bars. The solid rubber tires and solid rubber training wheels (the latter both have contact with the ground at all times along with the rear wheel--no tippy wobbles!) provide a smooth and quiet glide. The bell has that fun classic ring! The seat has nice padding. The bike has a good bikechain/pantleg guard. There is NO BRAKING function on this model. I think that this bike would be a good alternative to buying both a tricycle and a small two-wheeler like this. I wish I had realized this before already buying two tricycles! For those of you contemplating a tricycle still, the Kiddio Supertrike 4 can not be beat-the quality is outstanding! (I wrote a review for that trike on June 20, 2002.)
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53 of 55 people found the following review helpful By "tlaloc7" on November 29, 2001
If you know from experience with the tricycle that the first bike is constantly going to be left in sight, this is the bike for you! It is gorgeous! Left in the hall, it looks like a piece of retro installation art, but once it hits the sidewalk, VROOOOM! The only concern I have is the weight; my son (just turned three) seems to have to work harder to go uphill than his friends, but hey, he'll end up with cuter legs. He loves the bell, and gets excited if the neighbor's cat is in his way so he can ring it - poor cat. A great bike if you want to have a bike to hand-me-down to subsequent children without having to worry about gender, too. Although I bought this for my son, I would just as easily have puchased it for a girl - it's just a classic!
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 31, 2002
This is a great bike for a little one. My son just turned two and is riding it everywhere. Because it is small and a bike he has an easier time reaching the pedals than on a tricycle where the pedals are on the wheel. He has a tricycle at his grandmother's house but can ride this much better. The tricycle seems to tip over easily. He has only tipped this over once. Since he is two we have the seat on the lowest setting. It was still just a little too tall so we removed the red plastic piece from under the seat and it's a perfect fit. With the seat being adjustable he will be able to ride this for quite awhile. He also loves that it's just like all the other big kids bikes in the neighborhood.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 3, 2001
Our three year old was able to jump right on this and GO. It makes her feel like a big kid. It is very stable and looks great on the front porch in our retro neighborhood. On the down side--it has no brakes. For us, that's fine. Like a trike, it is only used in the park and on our front walk.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Suzy on June 15, 2002
My son loves riding his 10" Radio Flyer! It has proven to be a 'great first bicycle' for him. I am pleased with the durability of the bicycle. In addition to the durability, it is sturdy & very well built. It is especially nice for my son who is a little physically delayed. He feels very comfortable on it & this 10" Radio Flyer serves as a wonderful transitional bike (i.e. from tricycle to bicycle). Parents may want to note that this bike does not have brakes. Parents just need to be mindful of this.
All in all, we look forward to enjoying many hours of fun on his Radio Flyer!
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48 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Fab 40 on January 12, 2004
Okay... I have to admit that this is an adorable little bike. When my son received it for Christmas I don't know who was more excited! Then I proceeded to assemble it and noticed a 'warning' on the side of the box... "No Brakes".
Correct me if I'm wrong here but I thought the whole point of getting a bike with training wheels was to actually 'teach' a child how to ride a bike. Sure the 10" Radio Flyer may be good for the first 3 months but what happens when your little one 'gets up to speed'? They'll be crashing into everything. Meaning the bike, at best, will be limited to backyard use only. Our intent was to go for strolls around our block... and we live in a very quiet neighborhood with little traffic. Still, I wouldn't trust going around the block knowing my little one couldn't stop on his own if he had to or, God forbid, mommy was a step or two behind and not able to 'grab' him quick enough!
For $...I'd recommend going with a bike that has brakes so that parents and/or caregivers can seize 'teachable moments' (like, stop or you'll crash into the house!).
Bummer... I expected more from Radio Flyer.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mom of 4 on March 13, 2005
We got this 10" bike for our son for Christmas when he was 20 months old. It only took a couple days of practice and he was whizzing all over the place in it. We chose this over the tricycle because when we tested them out in the store, the 10" with training wheels was much easier for him to control. All the bikes with the pedals attached to the wheel seemed to be more difficult to pedal. We also love the fact that instead of brakes, the bike pedals backward. Our son quickly learned how to manouver out of tight spots buy pedaling backward then forward again without ever having to get off the bike. When he is a bit older we will probably buy him a bike with brakes, but for a little guy who isn't out riding in the street alone, this bike is perfect.

We had to leave off the red plastic piece under the seat for him to be able to reach the pedals at first. That made the height just perfect. He is now almost 3 years old and still LOVES this bike. We have adjusted the height a couple times since he got it and lifted the training wheels a bit so he can start learning to balance without them.

The only thing on this bike that has broken in the 15 months we've had it is the bell. It broke after about 8 months of hard play. That's okay though. We didn't buy the bike for the bell.

All in all, this is THE BEST CHOICE when buying a child their first bike. It's not only a beautiful bike, but it is very durable and SUPER-EASY for little ones to ride. I recommend this for any little BOY or GIRL as their first bike.
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