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Schwinn Easy Steer Tricycle, Red/White

by Schwinn
4.1 out of 5 stars 709 customer reviews
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  • Heavy duty tricycle frame with steering system
  • Removable push / steer handle allows adults to control steering and speed while walking comfortably
  • Wide EVA tires
  • Gravity lock dump bin to bring along toys, or supplies
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Product Description

Product Description

Every child remembers their first bike. Make those special memories with the Schwinn Easy Steer Tricycle! Great features such as the trike's high back seat and 3-point seat belt, provide the perfect combination of comfort and child safety. The Schwinn Easy Steer Trike makes learning to ride fun and easy, while the wide, long-lasting EVA tires offer a stylish look your child is sure to love. With a removable push/steering handle, adults are able to walk comfortably as they control the steering and speed of the tricycle.

From the Manufacturer

The Schwinn Easy Steer trike is made with a heavy duty trike frame with a patented consealed steering system. This removable steering system will allow the rider to pedal and steer the tricycle or the parent can take controll and steer with the push/steer handle. The high back saddle with 3 point seat belt allows young riders to feel secure while adult controls the action. Wide EVA tires on enclosed wheels are stylish and long lasting.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 33 x 21 x 24 inches
Item Weight 18 pounds
Shipping Weight 17.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Origin China
Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Item model number S6743
Manufacturer recommended age 12 month - 3 years
Best Sellers Rank #2,520 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#6 in Toys & Games > Bikes, Skates & Ride-Ons > Kids' Tricycles
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By Work of Life TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 5, 2014
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We have two "adult controlled" tricycles. The Schwinn Easy Steer Schwinn Easy Steer Tricycle, Red/White and the Radio Flyer All Terrain Stroll N' Trike Radio Flyer All-Terrain Stroll 'N Trike Ride On

Both have nice features, but I like the Schwinn a little better. I'll explain.

-The Schwinn has a wider wheel base so it is more difficult to tip over. This is especially useful if an older child might be pushing a younger child in the trike at any point. It also feels more stable going over grass or berms or natural terrain.

-The Schwinn has foot pegs so the child has somewhere secure to rest their feet until they are big enough to reach the pedals. The Radio flyer has no such feature and the legs just dangle.

-The Radio Flyer has the plastic bars that encircle the child and it is easy to be lazy and not use the straps. The Schwinn only has straps and thus, we always use them, so baby ends up more secure in the Schwinn.

-The Schwinn is also bigger and will accommodate a greater age range of children (from about 8 months to 5 years), while the radio flyer is already too small for our 3 year old.

-We have also found that the Schwinn works better for tall people/ long legged adults. We are tall adults 5'10 and 6' and are often bumping feet into the back of the Radio Flyer as we walk. This also happens occasionally with the Schwinn, but not as often.

-The Schwinn has a front basket and a rear basket for holding toys or objects found.
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We bought this for my son's 3rd birthday. He has been too small for most trikes we have tried, but since this one has an adjustable seat he can reach the pedals with no problem. It's great! My husband has a bad back so the steering handle on this is a lifesaver. Every morning as soon as Quentin wakes up, he is asking if he can ride his bike. This is great exercise for his legs and will prepare him when he is big enough to ride his bike with training wheels. After two weeks, my son understands the concept of pedaling and steering at the same time. Quentin usually loads up both buckets with his toys and I put my house keys and cell phone in the little bag that is attached to the back of the seat when we take our walks. My 18 month old daughter loves to ride on it and he pushes her around, so the seatbelt comes in handy. This was so easy to assemble. The handle is easily removed, but for now we keep it in place just in case he needs a little extra help or his legs get tired. My only complaint is that the tires aren't pneumatic tires, they are plastic. I really did a lot of research before buying the Schwinn. I love the Radio Flyer name brand, but was leery after reading all the reviews. I am so happy with the choice I made.
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By Ogur on March 13, 2011
Putting it together was fairly easy. The foot rest is great as my 18 month old cannot reach the pedals yet. However, we were not able to pivot the footrest to forward or retracted position. The footrest release doesn't seem to work. We had to unscrew the plastic caps and get the footrest to the forward down position and put the screws back. The seat belt buckle is a little flimsy. Not sure if that would last long. Apart from the footrest release and the seat belt buckle, everything else about this trike is great and of good quality. Walmart sells it for $59 and that's the best deal that I have found for this trike.


Thank you 'KCebb' for your comment and instructions on how to move the footrest forward and back.
You have to pull the black ring down on the white t-bar to get the foot rest pegs to release. Its quite easy and simple.
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We love this tricycle--my 1 year old son NEEDS to ride it every time he sees it! We got it for him for his 1st birthday back in April. We can't get out of the garage without taking him for a quick ride before getting in the car to go somewhere he just loves it so much. Its very aesthetically pleasing and we love that it has the belt, basket in front and backpack on the back (the dumping basket on the back is not very practical since when your walking if you put things there and hit a bump it will dump out...would be nice if there was a way to secure it when you didn't want it to be a dumping play basket so you could carry a diaper bag or purse in there!) The pushing handle is easily taken off and put back on so we can put the tricycle into our small car to take places!

Now for the flaws...the pegs for my son to rest his feet on are in a weird place...back a little too far to be a good resting place for his feet. He is 1 and a half now and it still seems like the pegs are too far back! When his feet are resting they often get wedged between the front tire and the bar or hit by the moving pedals...luckily it makes a rubbing or banging sound so we stop right away and try to fix his feet...I usually end up tucking his toes behind the pegs but the he sits kind of funny with his legs so far back, but its better then his little feet getting scraped up by the tire or hit by the pedals!
It squeeks like crazy...we even oiled up areas that were squeeking but it continues to be kind of noisy, which isn't too big of a deal because my son is louder then the bike anyway so people always know we are coming! haha.
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