Radio Flyer Fold 2 Go Xl Trike
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Radio Flyer Fold 2 Go Xl Trike

  • Ride-On Toy Type: Tricycles and Trikes
  • Toy Category: Ride-On Toys
  • Brand: Radio Flyer
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My what he will say if you ask.

Pros right height, light weight, good exercise
Cons tips over
Recommended it? Yes
The Bottom Line:  If you are buying a trike this is the best one out there.
Comes fully assembled for instant riding.
Folds up for easy portability and storage. Telescoping push handle conveniently "hides away" into seat back. Steering locks for easy adult pushing. Freewheeling pedals allow rider to coast while adult pushes. Easy to carry handle grip. Sturdy latch keeps trike secure. Low center of gravity for maximum stability. Sturdy steel construction, but the rest of the bike is made of light weight plastic, thus it does tip over.  

Pedaling helps provide your toddler with healthy exercise for legs, ankles and upper body, while the circular movement of your child's legs gives both sides of the body a chance to stretch, move and strengthen!

Ages: 18 Months to 4 years old
Body: 37" x 32" x 18 1/2"
Front Wheel: 10" x 2 1/2"
Rear Wheels: 8 1/2" x 2 1/4"
Weighs: 36 lbs

this bike can be used both indoors and out. Ours has only crusied our farm house and it moves quick on hardwood floors. If the child leans too much it does tend to tip over. this has happened several times, but no injuries have occured as the bike is light weight.

There is a small compartment on the back of this trike like a trunk. Every toy you can imagine from thomas trains to bouncy balls to a baby doll has been given a ride. This is my sons favorite place to put his sippy cup as well.

This bike has been used on a daily basis and by two toddlers and there is no damage after two years. Our bike has only been used indoors.

My kids love this bike because it is easy to get on and off as it is the perfect height and it is easy to stear. Before my son learned to pedal he would push with his feet and as time went on he learned how to push on each pedal and taught himself how to ride. It was great.
Now he zooms around the house and gets where he wants to go.

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