About this item
- Removable 3-position adjustable handle to guide your child's ride.
- Steel construction, spokedwheels and rubber tires for durability.
- Adjustable seat grows with your child.
- Controlled turning radius prevents tipping.
- Classically styled with chrome handlebars and fender.
- 10" front wheel.
- FOR 2-4 YEARS
The Radio Flyer® Classic Pink Tricycle with Push Handle is great for going to parks or around the neighborhood. The removable 3-position adjustable handle helps guide your child's ride. This sturdy trike also features steel construction, durable spoked wheels, a 10"front wheel and real rubber tires. The controlled turning radius prevents tipping for safe and confident riding. This pretty pink tricycle is classically styled and includes chrome handlebars and fender. The adjustable seat grows with your child.
Dimensions (Overall): 19.92 inches (H) x 19.88 inches (W) x 23.86 inches (L)
Weight: 14.0 pounds
Holds up to: 42.5 pounds
Bicycle Frame Material: Steel
Seat Material: Polypropylene
Assembly Details: Adult assembly required
Suggested Age: 2-4 years
Tire Width: 2"
Bicycle frame size: 20"
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Item Number (DPCI): 082-03-0492
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Great starter trike
5 out of 5 stars
Mary — 1 year ago
Some assembly required - not very difficult to do. My granddaughter loves it. I bought the version with the push handle - I wasn't sure she was ready to pedal. My only complaint is that there is no cap to cover the tube where the handle is inserted at the point that the handle is no longer needed...see moreof the reviewer's review
Great Xmas Present
5 out of 5 stars
Kara — 4 years ago
My daughter woke up on Xmas day and saw her tricycle and was so excited to get on it and start riding. Of course, we had to teach her how to pedal. I like her confidence. She won't stop until she gets enough of trying to ride her bike. She love it.see moreof the reviewer's review