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Radio Flyer Girls Classic Pink Dual Deck Tricycle
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- Classic styling with Chrome handlebars and fender
- Controlled turning radius for stability
- Ringing chrome bell
- Adjustable seat
- 12" front wheel
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Another reason I posted this video is because I had a hard time finding the right bike for her height, and was worried she would not reach the pedals. I couldn't find any information on what height might fit this trike. My daughter is exactly 35 inches here, and 2 years old. With the seat on the lowest position, she can push the pedal forward, but not all the way around so she is still a few inches shy but I expected this. She will be able to push it shortly and I pleased at how well built it is and wifey loves it because it is cute. In the meanwhile, I tied a rope around the neck and tugged her around and she loved it.
Nice product and very pleased.
When I brought it in to the birthday party from my daughters' garage my grand daughter forgot about all of the toys she had already opened and ran to the front closet to get her coat so Pop-Pop (what she calls me) could take her outside to teach her how to ride on it. Since we had received 4 inches of snow the night before and were to get 3 more inches that morning the outside thing didn't work out so well. So she decided to ride it in the house. Running over the toys and other gifts she had already opened as well as other people at the party didn't seem to be a problem with her. However the black marks the rubber tires left on the walls were not her dad's favorite thing.
The tricycle was very easy to assemble as is very, very sturdy. With the adjustable seat and handle bars and the fact that it has a tubular steel frame and rubber tires rather than plastic, we expect this to last grand daughter #1 through to the point where she needs a two wheeler and it should still be going strong when grand daughter #2 (born last November) is ready for her first tricycle. We had purchased what is basically the same tricycle when my daughter was 3 (now she is 30) and when my kids were too old for it we gave it to a younger cousin for her children. The last time we were at her house we noticed that tricycle hanging from a ceiling hook in their garage waiting for the next generation of trike riders to enter the scene.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cute but thought was made better. Steamers are not long enough & full enoughPublished 16 days ago by Paula R. Horstman
I bought this for my granddaughter's birthday. I was disappointed when I opened it and several of the pieces were scratched down to the metal and the paint was marred. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Kathleen
My daughter loves this but it is squeaky and weighs a ton. It's a 1950s trike right here in 2016. They could update materials a bit I think.Published 1 month ago by No Name Please