Accommodates tots from six months to five years old. Padded seat can be used in the parent-facing position for infants. Removable tray allows for snacking and sipping on the go and keeps the younger crowd from sliding out. Lockable child steering. Comes with a storage bin and parent pouch for takealongs.
Drop down footrest is awkwardly positioned.
Footrest gives kiddos ample room to put their feet up. Removable headrest and waist bar keep little ones comfortable and safe. Adjustable seat. Comes with a parent tray with for essentials. Canopy delivers adequate sun protection. Foot brake prevents rolling when it's time for a rest. Generous 50 pound weight limit.
No padding for the infant seat. Parent cup holder tips drinks when turning.
Removable padding, wrap-around arms, and a five point harness deliver superb comfort and security. Large UV protective canopy. Suitable for babies from 10 months old; accommodates up to 44 pounds. Features a cup holder and storage basket for essentials. Pedal locking system keeps little feet safe.
Steering with the parent handle could be easier. Cup holder comes off a little too easily. Child steering doesn't lock.
Folds down small enough to pass as an infant carry-on. Fits in most car trunks with room to spare. Suitable for babies as young as nine months. Footrest keeps little feet comfortable until they're able to reach the pedals. High-back seat and padded safety bar for added security. Adjusts to grow with kids.
Only accommodates toddlers up to 36 months. Some users complained that the push handle needed constant readjustment.
Boasts loads of handy features including a swiveling seat, fold-out footrests, and even an LED headlight for evening walks. Seat offers three recline positions and removable padding for comfort. Five point safety harness and padded collision bar ensure little ones are secure. Smooth parent steering. Massive 70 pound weight limit.
Expensive. Canopy adjustments can be a bit sticky.
We recommend these products based on an intensive research process that's designed to cut through the noise and find the top products in this space. Guided by experts, we spend hours looking into the factors that matter, to bring you these selections.
Is it a tricycle or is it a stroller? The answer is "yes." With a tricycle stroller, your child can enjoy a leisurely outing while you do all the pushing. Or, they can take the wheel and the pedals to get a little cardio in. Look for one that can adjust to grow with them (both height and weight) and has a removable canopy, lockable pedals, and a footrest. The seat should be comfortable with a high back and have a safety harness. Any fabric or cushions that are included should be removable and washable. Changing the control from adult to child should be easy to achieve. Finding a durable model that is easily foldable and has storage areas and beverage holders is ideal.
Get emails you’ll love.
Learn about the products you’re wondering if you should buy and get advice on using your latest purchases.