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Razor Rip-Rider 360 Drifting Ride-On
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- Drifting and spinning big-wheel trike
- Dual inclined rear-casters allow resistance-free drifting and spinning action
- Rugged, long-lasting all steel frame and double crown fork
- MX-Style handlebar with rubber grips; 3-piece crank
- Recommended for children aged 5 and up; 6-month warranty
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|Item Dimensions||14.5 x 10.25 x 27.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||19.8 pounds|
|Item Weight||14.88 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||19.31 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunately, the gears inside the front wheel broke on one of them. After a very frustrating attempt to contact Razor, I contacted Fogdog.com, they immediately offered to have it returned for a refund.
They were easy to put together. Came quickly from Fogdog.com. Other then the NON-Customer service from Razor...these were an excellent purchase.
ADD: Our girls have had their Razor Rip-Riders for several weeks now. They LOVE them. My husband easily put them together following the directions. We are impressed with the quality. They are very sturdy. My husband had a Big Wheel as a child and says these Rip-Riders put them to shame. Our daughters are 7 y/o (49" tall) and 4 y/o (43" tall). I had read the reviews prior to purchasing and was a little bit concerned that our 4 y/o (she will be 5 in a few months) might be too short to really enjoy the toy. She does have long legs though so I decided to give it a try.
The 7 y/o has no trouble riding the Rip-Rider. She is a perfect fit. The 4 y/o has to scoot forward on her seat in order to have good contact with the pedals and handlebars. Although she has fun riding it, she does not experience the same thrills as our 7 y/o. This frustrated her greatly. However, my husband devised the perfect solution. He went to Walmart and bought a cheap foam mat (about $12.00) from the camping section and cut out several pieces to match the shape of the seat. He glued six pieces together with spray contact cement and used Velcro to attach the set to the back of her Rip-Riper seat.Read more ›
If you are considering purchasing the 360, you already have seen, heard or imagined what it does so I won't clutter this review with the obvious awesomeness of the play that comes from this bike.
I have stress tested this toy under some pretty extreme conditions. I think this is where I can help.
I have 3 boys 16, 14, and 8. They are all under the 160lb weight limit for the 360, but boys play HARD. My neighborhood is also filled with other boys, and miraculously, ours is the only 360 in the neighborhood. Needless to say, the 360 gets a lot of action. (I've even had to kick a couple adults off the thing).
After 6 months of frequent play the little trike is holding up pretty well.
The front tire is well worn, but being some sort of solid-but-soft foam, it should last quite a while longer.
The back wheels are shot. One is warn almost to the hub so I'll be replacing them soon.
The back wheels are soft, but i can't complain about their durability because I think the softness is probably required to minimize road vibrations.
So, I just want you to be prepared to replace the back wheels from time to time, otherwise this is a GREAT TOY!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I ordered the Razor Rip-Rider 360 as a Christmas present for my 7 year old grandson, with permission from his mother. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Oh Happy Day!
My daughter (and later, my son) got many hours of enjoyment from this thing! My son still uses it, in fact.Published 4 months ago by Venus Doom
We have had this Razor for several years and the kids still love it. We have had no problems with it whatsoever. Definitely worth the money.Published 5 months ago by M. Naney
This is a huge hit. It was easy to put together. It seems sturdy. The (small) nine year old who received it didn't get off of it for days. No regrets on this one. Read morePublished 7 months ago by taaj
Best bike we've ever purchased. This is a fun versatile bike and lasts forever! Highly recommend this for any age. Our thirteen year old son loves to ride this and so does his dad. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Chrisandra Feagans