Sturdy construction. A low center of gravity means less chance of tipping over. Carries heavier kids with ease and even has a bicycle bell.
There have been reports of poor attention to finishing details (stickers with bubbles under them, etc.).
Grows with your child: stroller, pushing tricycle, learn-to-ride tricycle, and then a classic tricycle.
Components can be a chore to attach and remove.
Unique design provides stability while training for the weight balance of a two-wheeler. Folds for easy carrying and storage.
Not suitable for rougher terrain due to tiny wheels, and that means it can't go places other tricycles can.
An iconic model that has provided generations of fun. Quality features include the large front wheel (16"), bold colors, and adjustable seat.
Though the build is durable, it's not quite as solid as models with metal components. The tires don't have adequate traction on all surfaces.
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