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The Radio Flyer All-Terrain Stroll 'N Trike is the ultimate grow-with-me trike. There are 4 ways to ride to accommodate ages 9 months to 5 years: it easily converts from an infant trike to a push trike, learn-to-ride-trike, and a classic trike. This trike features all-terrain rubber air tires for a smooth ride. It also offers safety features for the youngest riders, including removable wrap around tray with cup holder, pedals that become footrests and a 3-point harness with headrest. Adjust the seat and remove the height-adjustable push-handle & canopy and your child is ready to ride on their own.
Manufacturer #: 816X
Product Weight:21 pounds
Product Dimensions (in inches):24.0 x 15.0 x 11.0
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from Fresno, CA
About Me Gearhead
Comments about Radio Flyer All-Terrain Stroll 'N Trike:
My son loves riding in his new trike. It was very easy to assemble with minimal tools required. I am happy I opted to spend the extra money and get the real rubber wheels. I had read that the other models with plastic wheels can be noisy so it was worth it to not have to listen to it :)The only downside of the rubber wheels is that they smell, very strongly. It's a normal new true smell so it's not horrible but it is very strong.The one problem I have with the trike is the clicking of the wheels when little feet are on the pedals, but not actively pedaling. Like a bicycle with freewheel, it clicks extremely loud.My son and I love this trike. He was pushing it around before it was finished being built. I Absolutely recommend this trike to everyone.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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built to last but needs extra features.
By babyjr mommy
from Rochelle il
About Me Tech Savvy
Well we have been looking around everywhere for a great first bike for our 15 month old. My husband came across this tyke because of the wheels. It's a really nice tryke. Very durable. The frame is very well built. It will be a easy transition to a toddler bike, once he figures out how to pedal. My only concern about this model, is the pedals do not lock. My sons foot gets caught between them or they drag on the ground because there is no place to rest his feet. Other than those issues I am pleased.I just really wish there was a foot rest and the pedals locked.
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Toddler enjoys it
Putting the "hubcaps" on by myself was infuriating. Seems like you need two people for that part. Otherwise, it was easy to assemble. The entire shipment SMELLS like rubber VERY strongly. The box and the product. I had to put both in the garage to save my house. Even now, maybe a month later, my garage still smells.The parent steering is a little too loose. So, you will do a lot of correcting with the parent bar, but the trike itself doesn't waver that much. My toddler (15M) slides to the front of the seat instantly. I don't know if it's his butt or the conture of the seat.Overall, we like the trike. My toddler enjoys it. So, it was a good purchase.
Easy to use
About Me Midrange Shopper
The bike was very easy to assemble. It steers very easily and seems very sturdy. My 1 year old fits well on it and can even reach the pedals.
My 2 year loves it!
By First time mom
from Olympia, WA
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When assembling this tricycle make sure you put the front wheel on correctly. I didn't double check and my little guy couldn't get it to pedal forward. Also I had a hard time tightening the bolt that holds the handle bars to the front wheel. I had to do short turns with the wrench because I didn't have any room on the bottom to do a full turn. It is very sturdy and fits my 2 year old very well.
New Set of Wheels
By Biker Tike
from Pleasant Hill Ca
About Me Budget Shopper
This trike was easy to assemble all the parts were in tact. My eighteen month granddaughter loves thebimeandis getting great exersice and fresh air.Bought the trike with inflatable tires instead a hard plastic ones. The tires are raised to ride over all surfaces.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Great for tall parents!
About Me Education Oriented, First Time Parent, Grandparent, Parent Of Multiples (Twins etc), Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent, Working Parent
I am 5'9 and I like that the push bar is adjustable to my height where I am not slumped over pushing her. It's great!My family is currently stationed overseas in Europe and the plastic stroller tires and tricycle plastic tires weren't cutting it especially on the cobblestone here made it an uncomfortable ride for our daughter. We had the regular Radio Flyer trike and it just was too difficult here. We opted for the All-Terrain and we were glad we did. There is some assembly required and even though there is a rubber tire smell, the quality of the tires are amazing!!! They are thick and durable and I just can't see them going flat. The only thing that I am not a fan of is that my 18month year old is tall for her age, but doesn't have the concept of pedaling down and if she doesn't have her feet on the pedals just right there is a clicking sound when the pedals are pulled backward. I have seen other trikes with the additional foot bars and it seems like this could use it too, but I think regardless the kid will want to put there feet on the pedals anyway. Once she starts pedaling on her own the clicking won't be an issue anymore. The cup holder for the younger kid features is really too small to fit a regular sippy cup and the tray is small too, so we didn't use it with our kid which is fine with me because she wants to hold onto the handle bars when we stroll anyhow.Other than that, it's a little pricey compared to others like this but it is the best quality and the tires are excellent! This tricycle is awesome!
By Nana Deb
from Quincy, MI
About Me Education Oriented, Grandparent, Stay At Home Parent
I bought this item for my grandson's 1st birthday. It was the hit of the party. It has an awesom design, the tires on it make it useful for down the country roads we live by, he will get long time use of this gift. It is so awesome that it starts out as a stroller and ends up a tricycle. The only thing I thought could be better, and mind you a minor thing is the sun visor. I found it to not be constructed as well as the rest of the product. It bends easily and looks misshapen unless you bend it into the shape it should look like.I am buying another one for my other grandson!
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