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Fisher-Price Barbie Tough Trike
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- Styled for a princess, yet tough enough for years of fun and adventure
- Kid friendly features: a wide, stable wheel base, easy-grip handlebars and big foot pedals
- Secret storage compartment under the comfort-ride seat
- The pretend key turns and clicks
- Durable tires and rugged treads pair-up for "off-road" fun
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This is just a bike and it does not make any special sounds, requires no batteries, nor is there much distraction with flashy characters and massive decoration. Putting it together requires a hammer and a screwdriver. The hammer is very important because the rear wheel assembly is very tight. It wasn't greatly difficult but you did have to make sure you followed the instructions on this one. We put it together in 10 or 15 minutes. Probably 15 since the boy was trying to help. The space under the seat is actually pretty big. He has a play phone he keeps in it plus his cheerios cup and a sippy cup can fit. So far so good... but we did just get it. If it breaks I'll update this with a time of how long it lasted.
We just now passed this tricycle on to another little boy. At 4 years old my boy is now on a real bike and we just didn't need this one. It looks exactly as it did when we got it with only slight wear on the stickers. It was left out on our patio in the hot morning sun, rain, sprinklers, cold and such. It showed no fading nor brittleness of the plastic after nearly 2 years. Woohoo!
Regarding the child's size... my son is 38" tall at 2.5yo, he's about 30lbs, long legs and arms. If your child is SHORTER than this, he/she will be able to push with their feet no problems. When my son uses his feet to push him along, he hits the back wheels and it "jolts" a lot, but he can move it, he figured a way to take shorter steps.
Regarding the "slipping" of the wheels... yes, the wheels do slip; however, if you use it on the sidewalk a few times and the wheels get a little "rough" it seems to not slip as much, but its not enough to deter the child from using the pedals. An older kid rode the bike and it slipped a little for him going up a hill, but on the flat parts it didn't. My son of course tried it on the hardwood floors and it slipped BIG TIME.
Regarding the construction... I was able to put it together by myself in about 20-25 minutes, but I do read the instructions. I recommend putting the "seat" on AFTER you put the handles on... the angle of the screwdriver isn't "steep" enough when the seat is there, I had to put the seat part up in order to keep from stripping the screw. When putting the back wheels together, DEFINITELY have something "hard" under the opposite wheel when putting the little metal caps on. You definitely need a hammer, unless you are REALLY strong, but I still recommend the hammer.
Regarding tipping... we tried to "tip" it with our fingertips w/o my son on it and the front wheel turned ALL the way to the side and it didn't tip. My son rode it down a small hill, feet up (not on the pedals), and went to stop with his feet and almost tipped over.Read more ›
Why two stars if he enjoyed it so much? The shape of the front forks are poorly designed. To make it worse, the pedals have a little lip to prevent a foot from sliding off and away from the trike, but there is no inside lip preventing a foot from slipping inward. Within minutes he had one of his feet wedged between the fork and pedal. He wasn't going fast so it didn't hurt him. However, I can see where this could easily cause an injury.
Pros: Seems sturdy and durable. Simple basic trike for a toddler. Chhooo chhooo.
Cons: Front fork design causes a safety issue. No inside lip on pedal increasing the risk of a foot slipping between the fork and pedal. Front pedals too far forward (from seat).
Note: I've never posted a customer picture before, but I will try to post one of the front fork and pedal so you can decide for yourself.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Assembly is a bit difficult. I've purchased this item twice because my LO loves it. Otherwise, the plastic pieces are molded properly and cause defectsPublished 13 hours ago by Caroline McElroy
A gift for one of my friends children. From the pictures they sent, I can tell it is a huge hit. Even more so since his grandparents ride Harleys!Published 1 day ago by Qdawg