Disney Cars McQueen Trike
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- Trike styled like Lightning McQueen from the animated movie, Cars
- Bright yellow padded seat that's adjustable for growing kids
- Wide stance ATB red metal frame
- Padded handlebars and BMX-style crossbar pad
- Black plastic wheels with red and yellow accents
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Top Customer Reviews
All in all, I think the trike will hold up fine and will be huge fun. It's Lightning McQueen, after all, and your boy loves him as much as mine, I'm sure. The only downside is that assembly was more frustrating than I expected. If you don't have to have "Cars," go with another trike. If you do, get this one, and get it early so you can get parts re-sent in time for Christmas if you need to. Be sure to block off an hour or so of quiet in your shop, too!
Graphics: I hate the Cars graphics. I hate that my daughter is a walking advertisement for a product. I don't care if the graphics are for Play-doh, Sesame St. or Dora. They should be paying me to advertise, not the other way around. Visit the Campaign for A Commercial Free-Childhood online for more information.
Assembly: Assembling bikes is such a headache. I took the unopened box to the bike shop and let the pros assemble it for $15-20.
the parts. They don't give a name for the parts. So during assembly you have know idea what they're talking about. Here's the real shocker, the instructions have the real wheel assembly backwards from the picture of the bike. I just put them together according to the picture. The wheels have that small metal cap that fits over the metal axel. It came with an extra, I broke both trying to get them on. If anyone has a trick for putting those buggers on please share!!! The stickers on the seat, they were coming off when I got it out of the box. I called the company up and they said they are working on shipping them out with better instructions. I told her my difficulties and the parts I broke and the stickers on the seat
were coming off and they are sending me out replacement parts tomorow.
The bike is the perfect size for him. He struggles a little bit with the pedals, but I am sure that would be the case for him with any tricycle. The only issue I had was that the tires are plastic. But what more can you really ask for for the price you pay. The bike looks great and he loves it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My grandson just loved his first trike. Easy to put together, sturdy and colorful. He rode it around the yard for an hour.Published on March 17, 2014 by Gram
A birthday hit with my 3 year old great-grandson. Appears to be very well made. His mom (my grandaughter) assembled it. Read morePublished on February 17, 2008 by P. Castor
This trike is fine once you put it together but it's really tough to assemble. The directions are not exact, there were extra parts and the parts don't fit well. Read morePublished on March 22, 2007 by C. Cote
Love the trike--it is so cute. My 2 yr old got it for his birthday and loves it. The instructions to put it together were not very good, but it's a trike, so it wasn't that hard... Read morePublished on February 23, 2007 by Karen Gray
I have found the product to be adequate for the price. My two year old likes to ride it so it is getting used. Read morePublished on January 18, 2007 by James Edwards
The bike came in a timely fashion however it seemed to be damaged during delivery. I returned the item for a refund.Published on January 15, 2007 by Jessica L. Nunes
For a two year old who is learning, this is perfect. He tries to use the pedals but it is not an easy concept for him yet. So he uses his feet to move most of the time. Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by Kindle Customer