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Schwinn Easy Steer Tricycle, Red/White
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- Heavy duty tricycle frame with steering system
- Removable push / steer handle allows adults to control steering and speed while walking comfortably
- Wide EVA tires
- Gravity lock dump bin to bring along toys, or supplies
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Every child remembers their first bike. Make those special memories with the Schwinn Easy Steer Tricycle! Great features such as the trike's high back seat and 3-point seat belt, provide the perfect combination of comfort and child safety. The Schwinn Easy Steer Trike makes learning to ride fun and easy, while the wide, long-lasting EVA tires offer a stylish look your child is sure to love. With a removable push/steering handle, adults are able to walk comfortably as they control the steering and speed of the tricycle.
From the Manufacturer
The Schwinn Easy Steer trike is made with a heavy duty trike frame with a concealed steering system. This removable steering system will allow the rider to pedal and steer the tricycle or the parent can take control and steer with the push/steer handle. The high back saddle with 3 point seat belt allows young riders to feel secure while adult controls the action. Wide EVA tires on enclosed wheels are stylish and long lasting.
Top customer reviews
Both have nice features, but I like the Schwinn a little better. I'll explain.
-The Schwinn has a wider wheel base so it is more difficult to tip over. This is especially useful if an older child might be pushing a younger child in the trike at any point. It also feels more stable going over grass or berms or natural terrain.
-The Schwinn has foot pegs so the child has somewhere secure to rest their feet until they are big enough to reach the pedals. The Radio flyer has no such feature and the legs just dangle.
-The Radio Flyer has the plastic bars that encircle the child and it is easy to be lazy and not use the straps. The Schwinn only has straps and thus, we always use them, so baby ends up more secure in the Schwinn.
-The Schwinn is also bigger and will accommodate a greater age range of children (from about 8 months to 5 years), while the radio flyer is already too small for our 3 year old.
-We have also found that the Schwinn works better for tall people/ long legged adults. We are tall adults 5'10 and 6' and are often bumping feet into the back of the Radio Flyer as we walk. This also happens occasionally with the Schwinn, but not as often.
-The Schwinn has a front basket and a rear basket for holding toys or objects found. The Radio Flyer has a smaller rear basket only (though it does have a nifty little cover that the Schwinn does not).
-The Radio Flyer has a handy shade that will protect baby from direct overhead sun (but we rarely use it as we do not really use it during that time of the day. The shade is not adjustable so its use is limited (it opens and closes, it does not tilt/ rotate).
-The Radio Flyer has no brakes (the pedals just spin backwards). Maybe this isn't a huge deal as kids will learn to put their feet down to stop, but the Schwinn has brakes and the child can learn to use them as they progress towards two-wheeled bike skills.
-The Radio Flyer has rubber tires that give a smoother ride than the plastic wheels on the Schwinn, but the rubber stinks bad. We had to park it in the sun for a couple weeks to get the smell to dissipate before we could put it in the garage.
-Lastly, the Schwinn is about $60 less than the Radio Flyer at the time of this review.
Thanks for reading, I hope this review is helpful!
Now the negative - the steering is not very tight, so it wobbles a little, but it hasn't prevented us from using it for two years.
I have no idea how long it will last but we do plan to keep it (I hate returning products). I would recommend looking for something else if you want a sturdy, quality made, trike.
Before you assemble try item above, it was a disappointment to put this thing together and the take it apart so it will fit the box.
Bike is cheaplg made, tiers are plastic, very heavy, made in China
The footbar can be easily pulled up and down, and my 1 year old likes to rest her feet on it, although it's going to be in an awkward spot now she is getting older.
My only complaints are that I wish the pedals were closer - my 4 year old sits comfortably in it, but he's not who I want it for - he can sit and ride on a regular bike. I wish a younger child, like a 1-2 year old could rest their feet on the pedals, but they are so far out, they won't be useful until an older age, at which point they could just use a regular bike. However, my 1 year old at least feels like she's riding a bike like her brother, so that's made it worth having a basically glorified stroller. :)