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Roadmaster Duo Deck 10-Inch Trike

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  • Durable steel trike frame and adjustable seat; 10-inch front rubber wheel
  • For riders ages 18 months and older
  • Rust-resistant, two-toned powdercoat finish
  • Silver chrome handlebars tipped with red rubber grips
  • Duo-deck fender in back for added passenger
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 11.2 x 18.9 inches ; 11.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000FH18FO
  • Item model number: R6720WMA
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 months - 5 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,489 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
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WARNING: To avoid injury, this wagon must be properly assembled by an adult prior to use.

Product Description

Product Description

Start their biking adventures with a ride on this 10" Dual Deck Trike Roadmaster.

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Bring home a classic for your children or grandchildren to ride on for years to come with the Roadmaster 10-inch trike. It features an all-steel construction in timeless red and white with silver chrome handlebars tipped with red rubber grips. The seat is adjustable for growing kids, and it includes a dual standing deck in back for added passenger. The frame is powdercoated and rust-resistant while the wheels are made of rubber. The front wheel measures 10 inches in diameter and is protected by a chrome fender. The trike measures 27 x 21.5 x 23 inches and it has a maximum weight capacity of 50 pounds.

Customer Reviews

Overall a very sturdy trike.
JZ
I would never purchase this bike for another child and frankly think it's a waste of money.
H. Booker
It was missing a nut and bolt from the part of the bike that came assembled!
Marcela

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

114 of 117 people found the following review helpful By T. Osborn on May 6, 2007
After much research and shopping around for a good quality tricycle for my two-year-old, I found this Roadmaster - and am very pleased! My main criteria for choosing a tricycle were:

(1) The trike should not be tippy. Several popular models (like the Radio Flyer Fold 2 Go) seem to tip over with the slightest nudge.

(2) The tires should be made of rubber, not hard plastic. Plastic tires provide a rough ride, are loud on rough pavement, and show their wear much moreso than rubber tires.

(3) Value - While I don't mind spending more for better quality/features, some models seem overpriced for what they offer.

My 3-year-old son has a Schwinn Roadster 12-Inch Trike (Red) (also highly recommended), but I had been considering the Radio Flyer classic red dual-deck tricycle for my 2-year-old, until finding this Roadmaster model. The quality and features seem comparable to the Radio Flyer (minus the streamers on the handlebars). It has nice solid metal construction, and rubber tires. The trike is nice and stable. Assembly was required, but was straightforward. At the lowest adjustable seat position, my 2-year-old can reach the pedals nicely, and should be able to grow with the trike for some time. And, of course, the ultimate test - my daughter loves it! This Roadmaster trike is a great unit, especially at its price point.
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By J. Libson on April 30, 2008
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We have twin 2.5 year old girls. So we got 2 trikes. The Girls are still a little young for it even at the lowest setting. They are very slightly on the tall side for their age. Probably in another 3 months they will be peddling around.

Quality is only so-so.

As the label on the bike says: "designed in USA, made in China".

The design for this bike is pretty good. But every every effort has been made to save money on the parts. There are little things that indicate a lack of attention to detail: low quality hardware, washers that are the wrong size, I had to use some of my own washers in order to properly bolt the main frame to the step otherwise the supplied screws just pass through.

You have to really crank on the steering wheel screw in order to get it to stay in place. Also, the steering wheel on one of the bikes won't go perfectly straight.

The tires that were supplied are not true on the wheel. They are a little warped.

All that said, when this trike is on sale it is worth it. They do seem solid enough. And I like the old school design.
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40 of 48 people found the following review helpful By WI ME IN on July 8, 2007
We got this bike for our 2 year son for his birthday. It's a great bike all around. You won't be disappointed with this bike.
Reasons to buy :
(1) The trike should not be tippy.
(2) The tires should be made of rubber, not hard plastic.
(3) Value - Great bike for a great price.
(4) Style- great design look like a radio flyer
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By D. Wood on December 3, 2007
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Maybe I'm the only person so far that thought this trike is just OK. I purchased it for a toddler as part of a charity Christmas toy drive. I had high expectations for it because of the prior reviews and hope that this makes the little boy happy. But I am a little disappointed with it and wonder if I would buy it again for my son. First off, the bolt that holds the seat in took a lot of effort to screw in-ok, way too much effort. The seat install took about 30 minutes, the majority of the time I spent assembling the trike. Obviously the hole wasn't tapped correctly. Also, the back wheels are a bit wobbly-not enough to be a real problem or dangerous but it bothered me. Worst part in my opinion is the tires. They smell horrible. I just hope the air out soon. To put this in perspective, I have a 3000 square foot house and could smell them everywhere I went. I had to put it in the garage immediately-the trip to work tomorrow with it in the car is going to be a long one. Bottom line, love the retro look, the price was right, but there are enough issues that I may think twice before buying this when my son is old enough.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Elaine W. Andersen on December 24, 2009
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The family just opened their Christmas gifts this morning - the tricycle was the main event. My son put it together from the package sent. His 1st comment that it's a very flimsy tricycle, and he questions if it's going to last very long. He was quite disappointed and it made me feel awful. I just went by the review you rec'd - and I was quite surprised that he was upset with the quzlity of thie item. He said the bushings were only made out of plastic? He thought it should be better items to put it together. Now I feel so inadequate that I sent this gift by going by your photo and reviews - very sad. I would have bought something MORE advantageous instead - hope many read this review and think twice? elaine andersen
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Renee on July 13, 2007
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This is a cool looking, retro style trike that's a good value overall.

The instructions included steps for all individual parts and pieces, but some of the sections I received were already put together. I'm not sure if this was intentionally done by the manufacturer or if I received someone's return that they had previously started to put together. To be sure it was put together correctly, I had to take everything apart and put it together again.

Some of the thick red enamel paint was heavily chipped on the edges, so much that I imagine the metal will start to rust in those spots at some point.

I'm glad the trike comes with rubber tires, but the smell of the rubber was so potent that it gave me a headache when I was putting the trike together.

All in all, my experience wasn't perfect, but I am satisfied. It's an extremely cute trike and a good buy.
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