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Fisher-Price Barbie Tough Trike
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- Sweet Barbie styling
- Secret storage compartment under the seat
- Big foot pedals
- Rugged tires and a wide, stable wheel base
- Max. weight 55 lbs. (25 kg)
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Roll from one fun adventure to the next!
Little 'bikers' will love to go exploring on the Fisher-Price Harley-Davidson Tough Trike. It’s tricked out with cool Harley-Davidson styling and graphics, with a secret storage compartment to hold toys, snacks, do-rags and shades. Kids use their own pedal power to ride around and make exciting discoveries about their yard, neighborhood and maybe even what’s around the next corner! (With adult supervision, of course.)
It’s one easy rider!
The wide, stable wheel base, easy-grip handlebars and big foot pedals make it easy-peasy for even the littlest riders to get up to speed. And the rugged, durable tires and big, comfy seat provide miles and miles and miles of smiles!
Get motor skills moving right along.
This kid-powered tricycle is a great way to exercise leg muscles and help develop gross motor skills. (And it’s just plain fun, too!)
Tough enough for years of outdoor adventures! Kids will love cruising along on this Barbie styled trike with durable and rugged tires that help take them wherever they want to go. Special features like a secret storage compartment under the comfort-ride seat add to the fun! And the wide, stable wheel base, easy-grip handlebars and big foot pedals help even the littlest riders get rolling!
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Top Customer Reviews
It comes all unassembled, theres 3 phillips screws that hold the handlebar in place. 2 more for each side of the front forks that hold the front wheel on. The rear wheels have a white plastic piece that goes on the insides of each wheel. the cone orange on the outside of the wheel, then you hammer the end of rod that holds it all in place, and the small orange caps are hard to get on, but they just snap on. Relatively easy assumbly.
My thoughts initially were that it would break easily considering it was just plastic but it isn't as cheap as you would think. When we went bike riding i made the mother of my niece use this bike and even though it was too big for her the bike could support her well . It even seems to support an average male too without breaking though i wouldn't advise using it.
i only comment on the weight capacity to mention how sturdy this thing is, if you have a large young child i am sure it will support him or her without any issue as well ( but should probably get them to use the bike more hours).
If you don't believe how sturdy this bike is tie a rope to the front of it and to the back of your cars bumper. But please make sure your child wears a helmet specially if you go over 25 mph which is something i wouldn't recommend to do.
One thing i didn't know was that this bike's seat can be lifted and objects and be hidden inside of it. I came across this feature when i was looking for a tv remote control, computer mouse, batteries, screwdivers, and some socks turns out the kid was hiding them in this bike. I caught her one day putting things inside of it and found some of my and other family members items in there which we thought were lost. However i never took away the screwdivers because i have many and she likes to use those to mess up her dads personal items whom i don't really like sometimes.
The bike isn't hard to assemble, wheels take a couple of days to break in , but overall the bike WILL last as long as your child doesn't weigh more than you. If you ever have some stuff missing check this bikes seat compartment because they just might be there
Update: at 3.5 years old my son is just getting big enough to pedal this bike. He will definitely be riding it for anther year or so.