Stands out for its large front no-flat wheel and back casters for 360-degree spinning. Steel frame is built to last.
It's not adjustable, but it is still easy for most kids to ride.
Has a three-position adjustable seat. Its large 16-inch front wheel and wide rear wheels provide exceptional performance.
Our testers found it somewhat difficult to assemble.
Lots of features at a bargain price. Boasts adjustable seat and pedals. Easy for parents to assemble.
Some very small children might have trouble peddling it, but the price and features make it worth the adjustment period.
Durable 20-inch wheel allows wide, quick turns. Hand brake and dual-stick steering ads to the fast stop-and-go fun.
Expensive, and not practical for very small children.
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