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Radio Flyer Classic Red Dual Deck Tricycle

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  • The sturdy steel design and rubber tires make this tricycle durable and easy to ride
  • Chrome bell and handle tassels are fun and stylish
  • A controlled turning radius and low center of gravity make this tricycle easy for little ones to ride
  • This Tricycle won Parents Choice Classic Award, Parents Guide to Children's Media Award, The National parenting Centers Seal of Approval
  • This product is made by Radio Flyer, innovating play and creating memories since 1917
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Product Description

The all-time favorite is back! Children and parents alike will delight in this Radio Flyer classic red trike with a 12" front wheel. Every detail is here, from the red-and-cream streamers to the front chrome fender to the little bell on the handlebars. Use only with adult supervision. Trike has adjustable seat. No. 33. Imported.

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With its fully retro design, faithfully reproduced down to the smallest detail, this cherry-red, rubber-wheeled tricycle is an undisputed classic. Apparently they do still make them like they used to. The rugged trike features a chrome front fender; a double-deck, step-in back (so kids can climb onto the smooth metal seat in a snap); red-and-white tassels on the rubber-coated handlebars; a 12-inch-high, steel-spoked wheel; and even an old-fashioned bell. --Paul Hughes

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 13.7 x 23.8 inches ; 15.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 19.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • 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.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00004TXM7
  • Item model number: 33
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (440 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,160 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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Customer Reviews

Easy to put together.
Lisa HANUSCIN
The Radio Flyer Classic tricycle was a gift for our grandsons third Birthday............ He loves riding it and ringing the bell................
Linda Carter
It is very well made, sturdy, great colors.
Maureen Allan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

330 of 345 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 17, 2001
We bought this tricycle for our son who is almost 2. He is in the 90th % for his height, so we didn't even consider that it may be too small for him. But he can't reach the pedals at all, even with the seat in the lowest position. Not even close. We have to buy him a new trike so he has something to ride until he grows into this one. But in the meantime, he loves the bike. He stands in front of it to ring the bell and play with the streamers on the handlebars. He will sit on the back "step" and say "vroom vroom" pretending he is riding it. I think that once he finally grows into it he will really enjoy it. I can't wait to see him riding on it! But based on the size, I think it's better for a child closer to 3 years old.
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263 of 284 people found the following review helpful By Lisa V. on November 18, 2000
This bike is described appropriate for a 24 month old. You can imagine how disappointed our little boy was to see his new bike and barely be able to touch the ground. He immediately fell off and was upset. Ugh! My little guy is not short kid either (80th percentile). So what 24 month old are they using??? Amazon took good care of us though, which made the whole situation more bearable. We opted to purchase a knock off 10 inch bike rather than have him fall off the 12 inch classic. Once he's tall enough it will get a lot of use. The streamers and bell really add to the fun of this bike.
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131 of 141 people found the following review helpful By Brian's Dad on December 21, 2001
UPDATE AUGUST 2006: It has been nearly five years since I bought this trike and wrote the below review. The trike is still holding its own. It was handed down to my second child, who outgrew it, and then handed down to our neighbor, who is still riding it.
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Yes, this is the classic trike, virtually unchanged from its original design. Unfortunately, that also means that the design has not substantially improved during the past 40 years. I got this for my 3-year old, and she began riding it with a little effort. Now she's 4, and she still loves riding it. No problem there.

One problem is that the child sits high on the trike, and the front wheel is small enough and thin enough that it is easy for the child to tip over when making a quick turn. This is especially true when turning at a sidewalk corner that that has been modified to slope toward the street for wheelchair access.

Another problem is that the handlebars can become misaligned with the wheel (wheel is straight, but handlebars are turned a smidge to one side, and vice versa)unless you screw the bolt in real REAL tight. Same with the seat; because it's held in place by a bolt, the seat can become misaligned by swiveling a fraction of an inch in either direction unless its screwed in really REALLY tight.

The best part about this trike is the bell. It has one of the best bike/trike bells I've ever heard. The second best part of this trike is that it is one of the few these days that have the back platform for another kit to stand on. Yes, I have a feeling that modern trikes eliminate this feature for safety reasons, but I am one of those who think "safety concerns" have gone a little too far. Riding on the back is king.
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100 of 110 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 9, 2003
It's a beautiful tricycle and pretty irresistible to us parents who had similar ones as a child, but RESIST! It topples easily--very easily. My son is 3 years old, 40 inches tall and 38 pounds. This trike is the perfect size for him and he can ride it really well. But if he turns any kind of halfway sharp turn, it tries to tip over. If he goes the least bit fast, it starts to tip over. I'm a nervous wreck when he's on this trike because it's constantly about to tip over, and sometimes, of course, it does tip over and we have to untangle him from it. He avoids it and prefers to ride an old trike we paid $5 for at a garage sale. We finally bought a REAL trike--the Supertrike 3. It's much, much better.
Don't go for nostalgia, go for function and safety. Don't buy this tricycle.
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66 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Tammie on April 18, 2001
My son received this bike for his 3rd birthday from his grandparents. We loved it's looks. When the weather broke we took it outside and we were ready for some fun. Well everytime my son turned the bike fell over. When you turn it cuts too sharp and the bike tips over. After three times of getting hurt that was it and he will not ride the bike now. We thought maybe he was too young so we let our neighbors son ride, he is four he also fell twice and will not ride. Last but not least we let a 5 year old try she also fell twice and that was it for her. They look at the bike as if to say, "I'm not riding that bike." So now it sits in our garage. I will say though it is a beautiful bike just not made to turn.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Zack's Mom on June 10, 2002
We received this 12-inch tricycle (Model #33) as a gift for our son who is almost 5 and very tall. I wish I had found one for him to try when he was 3 so I could have seen how much legroom was available. The nearest ToysRus does not carry this model trike only the smaller 10-inch. Other brand 12-inch tricycles were too small for him. From what I have gathered from this site and experience, it should be labeled 3-7 years. I believe he will get 1 or 2 years out of this before he would outgrow it. With his leg at the highest position on the pedal, he has 3½ inches of room before the handlebar. I think I can raise the handlebars at least another ½ inch and still be safe.
The trike is very sturdy and easy to maneuver so he can ride in our basement. My son is on the reckless side so this trike is perfect, though he has to be careful not to turn the wheel to sharp. I don't want him riding a 2-wheel bike before he can understand that he has to really watch where he is going. (We also live on a steep hill with nowhere to learn how to ride a 2-wheel bike.)
The trike comes with most of it put together which is really nice. Years ago you had to put on pedals, handle grips, etc. All that is needed to put the trike together is a few drops of oil, hammer, 2 adjustable wrenches, & screwdriver for bell connector. Only 4 things had to be tightened besides attaching the bell. I spent more time verifying all the parts were there (some are attached to the trike pieces), than putting it together. The seat is adjustable to 3 levels.
It is nice that the bell comes with the trike. It can be used by thumb or just spun to make the bell ring. My son loves the bell.
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