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102 of 106 people found the following review helpful
on October 7, 2004
Our daughter's always been tall & thin for her age. She received this ride-on just before she turned 1. She could take steps on her own but was not yet walking. She immediately loved this ride-on. She has enjoyed it for the last 2 years. She is currently 38 mo., 30 lbs., 38.5 inches tall. She still rides the bike with ease and enjoys it in the house. She pedals her Kettrike outside just fine and has done so for at least 8 months. THIS is a SUPER durable, cute, functional, fun, long-lasting ride-on with great value for the money. It turns with ease and rolls well over area rugs. We have found it goes fastest on hard floors, but is ok on carpet as well. FUN, FUN ride-on!
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful
on November 27, 2004
I bought this trike as a replacement after a plastic trike broke. My daughter LOVES it. It's really sturdy, well built, and fun. She is 2 now and has just as much fun riding it as she did when she was 1. Even my 5 year old rides it around the house and it holds her as well. It is so much better than the other "classic trike" they have with the high handle bars...that one tips over and falls apart. Get this one for sure. It's worth EVERY penny!
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55 of 59 people found the following review helpful
on June 14, 2004
This was a gift from my inlaws for my 1 1/2 year old son at Christmas. We had bought a similar sized plastic trike made by another company for Christmas. My son rode both and ended up riding the Radio Flyer almost exclusively. The other trike sat there for a few months. Occassionaly, my son would get on the plastic one, ride for a few seconds, and then get on the Radio Flyer. I finally put the plastic trike in the closet. Once, when he was too rough on the trike, the little red retaining hub popped off and he couldn't ride it. I couldn't find the hub so I retrieved the plastic trike from the closet for him to use and began looking for the missing piece. After a week, I found the piece and reattached it with a good whack with a mallet. When I showed the repaired bike to my son he went over to the plastic one (he is now 2), grabbed the handle bars, said "Here," and got on the Radio Flyer. He loves to ride it around the house and on the back porch and side walk. The wheels roll more easily over a variety of surfaces, the seat is fairly comfortable, and it is very light weight. We love this product!
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61 of 67 people found the following review helpful
on October 7, 2010
See for yourself how much my 1-year-old loves this little bike!
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on March 21, 2005
This toy was a gift from my father for my son's first birthday and he could have cared less. At about 18 months, he started to pay good attention to the toy, and by 20 months, we have had to re-tighten the screws from all of the use! He glides down the hall and across the family room. The rubber wheels haven't left a mark on our hardwoods! The wood has cracked in under the handlebars, but doesn't seem to affect the over all performance. I say this thing would be better for 2 year olds and maybe just a few months before, but not a good 1st birthday gift.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on October 25, 2006
My son has had this little trike since he was one and he will be 3 in late December. I have never written an online review before, but felt compelled to for this product because of the utter joy it has brought my son. He took a while to figure out how to use it effectively (long strides DON'T work...use little ones and this solves the problems people face with feeling like it's too small) but soon he was a pro and now he hurtles around our downstairs like it's some speedbike race. He's learned how to spin out, brake and even fake a wreck!! He has more control over that little trike than I often can believe. Trust me, I have often jumped up to go and scoop up my daughter only to watch as my son, comes to a perfect stop infront of her. He LOVES this bike!! He affectionately calls it his motorbike, and delights in going really fast head-on towards a wall, and then swerving out of danger at the last minute. The control he has over it is highly impressive! And my daughter (12 months today) loves it too...she is small for her age but has no problem getting around on it. In fact, we were so impressed with the product that today, for her birthday, she was given a Radio Flyer rolling pony...same concept, but not steerable. Anyhow, if you're considering a wooden trike for your child, go out and buy this one now...you'll never regret it.
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35 of 43 people found the following review helpful
on September 5, 2004
The Quality of the trike is excellent. How ever it is real small.

I bought this for my son how was 1 year old and loves it. I say it's small because he can barely ride it. His legs are always totally bent and he cannot make a descent stride due to rear wheels always hits the back of his shoe. It kinda looks like he's squating to ride. I only reccomend this product if your child is very small or you dont plan on using it for a long period (more than 6 months) due to size. This is a very excellent product just wish they would build one alot bigger. I hope your child will enjoy this as much as mine has. Thank you
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on September 29, 2005
I spent a long time comparing the various trikes on the market. The Radio Flyer is a perfect height, size and weight for a toddler. It stood firm as my grandson climbed on it on his first birthday. The various plastic trikes provided no resistance as he learned to lift his leg over. Similarly, the weight is perfect for him to learn to scoot it along. The retro design was very refreshing for his parents whose home seems to contain so many toys with bells, whistles and tunes! As to Miles.....the bell is the best!
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36 of 46 people found the following review helpful
on March 28, 2006
I bought this tryke last week and spent an hour assembling it. It comes in this small box and once assembled, it's still really small. My son is 20 months and is at the 25% percentile for height and he got really frustrated trying to ride it because the bike is too short for him and his legs kept bumping up against the front wheels. It looks like a miniature toy and is far smaller than trykes you see at the store.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on March 6, 2007
A year and a half ago, we bought the Radio Flyer Classic Tiny Trike and the Radio Flyer Rolling Pony for our twin 1 year old boys and 2 year old son. (Now 2 and 3 1/2 years old). All 3 boys love both of these items and play with them EVERY day--although our 3 year old has now pretty much outgrown them entirely. While the trike is an EXCELLENT product, the boys do prefer the rolling pony over the trike. To me, the trike should be more interesting because it steers and has a little bell. But for some reason, they go for the rolling pony first. I think it's because they can go a lot faster on it (due to it being slighty taller than the trike and because it doesn't steer). They FLY on the rolling pony! Both products are heirloom pieces for sure and we'll be saving them for our future grandkids. PS..one of the wooden parts on the trike started to split (hubby over tightened screw), but Radio Flyer kindly replaced the part for free, no hassle.
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