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Radio Flyer Classic Red Dual Deck Tricycle
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- The sturdy steel design and rubber tires make this tricycle durable and easy to ride
- Chrome bell and handle tassels are fun and stylish
- A controlled turning radius and low center of gravity make this tricycle easy for little ones to ride
- This Tricycle won Parents Choice Classic Award, Parents Guide to Children's Media Award, The National parenting Centers Seal of Approval
- This product is made by Radio Flyer, innovating play and creating memories since 1917
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Top Customer Reviews
Yes, this is the classic trike, virtually unchanged from its original design. Unfortunately, that also means that the design has not substantially improved during the past 40 years. I got this for my 3-year old, and she began riding it with a little effort. Now she's 4, and she still loves riding it. No problem there.
One problem is that the child sits high on the trike, and the front wheel is small enough and thin enough that it is easy for the child to tip over when making a quick turn. This is especially true when turning at a sidewalk corner that that has been modified to slope toward the street for wheelchair access.
Another problem is that the handlebars can become misaligned with the wheel (wheel is straight, but handlebars are turned a smidge to one side, and vice versa)unless you screw the bolt in real REAL tight. Same with the seat; because it's held in place by a bolt, the seat can become misaligned by swiveling a fraction of an inch in either direction unless its screwed in really REALLY tight.
The best part about this trike is the bell. It has one of the best bike/trike bells I've ever heard. The second best part of this trike is that it is one of the few these days that have the back platform for another kit to stand on. Yes, I have a feeling that modern trikes eliminate this feature for safety reasons, but I am one of those who think "safety concerns" have gone a little too far. Riding on the back is king.Read more ›
Don't go for nostalgia, go for function and safety. Don't buy this tricycle.
The trike is very sturdy and easy to maneuver so he can ride in our basement. My son is on the reckless side so this trike is perfect, though he has to be careful not to turn the wheel to sharp. I don't want him riding a 2-wheel bike before he can understand that he has to really watch where he is going. (We also live on a steep hill with nowhere to learn how to ride a 2-wheel bike.)
The trike comes with most of it put together which is really nice. Years ago you had to put on pedals, handle grips, etc. All that is needed to put the trike together is a few drops of oil, hammer, 2 adjustable wrenches, & screwdriver for bell connector. Only 4 things had to be tightened besides attaching the bell. I spent more time verifying all the parts were there (some are attached to the trike pieces), than putting it together. The seat is adjustable to 3 levels.
It is nice that the bell comes with the trike. It can be used by thumb or just spun to make the bell ring. My son loves the bell.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ordered 3 of these. They are nice, but do not seem to be as high of a quality as I had expected. The handlebars on one, swing completely around - which they should not do.Published 2 days ago by T Olson
Our toddler loves her new wheels. Last Christmas we purchased a powered mini beetle car. Needless to say, the car has been parked in the den since the arrival of her Radio Flyer !Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
My grandson loves this tricycle! He is 3 1/2, alittle small for his age but it's perfect size for him!! He is riding inside for now since its sooo hot outside.Published 18 days ago by Bobbie Davis
This is such a beautiful bike, it is a great classic look and a wonderful color. The down side is, is that the seller sent the bike with not enough screws and washers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shannon
Classic style, sturdy construction, and even an added bell. What's not to love? I am sure I must have had an identical tricycle over thirty years ago, so I felt nostalgic ordering... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Johnson
Great trike, seat is a little slippery for little ones learning to ride. Did need to get pedal extenders for my 3yo, she's just over 3 ft tall.Published 1 month ago by RNeveu