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  • Classic Tiny Trike
  • Classic Tiny Trike
  • Classic Tiny Trike
  • Classic Tiny Trike
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Classic Tiny Trike

  • Recommended Age: 1-3 Year Old
$99.95$79.95 You Save $20 (20%)
Total: $ 79.95
Classic Tiny Trike
$ 99.95$ 79.95 (10% OFF)
Total: $ 79.95

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Description


Ride on . . . this baby is safe to ride and has some CHROME handle bars!

- This solid wood tricycle is beautifully crafted and very durable.
- An extra wide front wheelbase and 4 molded wheels make this trike safe and stable (no tipping).
- The chrome handlebars have fitted grip handles, tassels, and a ringing bell (gotta love the chrome!).
- A comfortable padded seat and low center of gravity make this trike fun and safe for little ones.
- Measures approximately 23 x 15 x 14 - for kids 1-3 years of age..

- Important Safety Reminder: If you do not have a helmet, please get one.

See all our helmets for kids of all ages.


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Why Our Experts Love It


This is a SUPER durable, cute, functional, fun, long-lasting ride-on with great value for the money.

It turns with ease and rolls well over area rugs (not so good on the deep-pile carpet . . . although, it is a bit of a workout).

Your little one will LOVE riding exploring inside or outside with this adorable trike (even though it has 4 wheel)!

This is a perfect way to start teaching your child how to ride on a trike to help build their balancing skills! Soon enough they will be riding on the big-kid-bike!
  • The biggest challenge your child faces with a ride-on toy is getting on or off the first time. One way to make him/her feel more comfortable is to have your child march in place. Then show him/her how to stand on one leg and entice him/her to do it. Once your child is ready, place his/her arms on each handle and hold the trike steady as he/she swings his/her leg over. As your child gains confidence, encourage him/her to do it from both sides.

  • At first your child will need a push to show him/her how the tricycle moves. Most likely he/she will start by propelling it backwards. Hold enticing objects a few feet in front of the tricycle to encourage him/her to propel forward.

  • Your little one will most likely begin by moving both feet together. Once he/she has mastered this, gradually encourage him/her to alternate his feet in a reciprocal pattern.

  • Challenge you child further! Build an obstacle course for him/her to maneuver around to fine tune his/her steering skills

  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards

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