Rock, Roll 'n Ride Trike XL

This sturdy trike offers kids three fun ways to ride, from as young as 18 months all the way to 5 years old

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This sturdy trike offers kids three fun ways to ride, from as young as 18 months all the way to 5 years old! The base locks in place for ride-on, rocking fun. As your child grows, the base converts to an X-tra long parent handle so you can comfortably stroll behind your child, offering a helpful hand while they learn to pedal and steer. And when they're ready to ride on their own, the handle removes, the seat adjusts, and the foot pegs fold up for easy, independent pedaling. And they’re off! Ages 18 months – 5 years, Weight Limit: 50 lbs.
•Three "grow-with-me" stages let kids Rock, Roll, and Ride!•Stages 1: Rocking fun for little ones•Stage 2: Rocker base converts to extra-long parent push handle to help toddlers roll along•Stage 3: Independent pedaling fun for big kids!•Easy to convert (no tools required)


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Rock, Roll 'n Ride Trike XL is rated 4.508771929824562 out of 5 by 114.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rockin babies We bought this for our twin grandchildren's second Christmas. They loved it right away and rock it crazily but it still is stable and safe. I look forward to seeing them ride the bike once the rockers come off. We bought them another tide on toy, but they both love their Rock and Roll trike. Worth the money and a great buy.
Date published: 2013-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Trike! My oldest son is now 5 and we got this for him I believe when he was about 2. We never used the "Rocker" feature but have loved everything else about this trike. The adult handle was awesome when my son was just learning how to pedal and also meant the trike was a good alternative to the stroller at times. (I'm 5'3' and never had to stoop to push the trike) At 5 years (45 inches tall), he's about to outgrow this trike but still likes to take it out sometimes. His 11 month old brother is just starting to ride this with the foot rest down, so I'm sure this will continue to get lots of use. The plastic has faded in the 3 years we've had it and the stickers are mostly gone but otherwise this is in decent shape. I'm sure if we had stored it in the garage instead of on a patio through a couple of summers, this would still look almost new.
Date published: 2015-11-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from awful I bought it a week ago for my son's first birthday, we built it up and it was an easy assembly, but it is not a good product. The bar is too low which makes it awkward to push, it doesn't have an override for keeping the front wheel in place if you're pushing and the wheels are made of plastic which is very noisy when walking outside. Will be returning it ASAP!
Date published: 2015-06-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Sturdy but poor design I bought this looking at all the positive reviews on the web and also not too pricey for a trike. Some trikes out there are so expensive and didn't find them to be too sturdy. And also since my son is already above, I didn't need a 4 stage trike. So after doing a lot of research I settled for this one. But I must say I'm not very happy with the design. 1) The paddles are too far away from the seat even on the lowest setting. 2) The seat is too low. 3) The handles are ok for me but I'm only 5'2''. My husband about 5'9'' finds them ok but sometimes he has to bend a little. Overall that's not a problem. 4) The pin that locks the handle to the trike body is not great, sometimes it starts coming off. 5) The worst is the design of the footrest. We adjust the seat at the lowest setting, or closest to the paddles, which is comfortable for my son at this age. But then he's not able to balance his feet well and the footrest dangles so his feet keeps falling off. To balance it, we need to readjust the seat to the highest or mid setting and then he's comfortable. But whenever he wants to paddle, we have to readjust the seat. The seat is easy to adjust but still it's a pain to get him off and on the trike. I believe some of the issues will go away with time as my toddler is more comfortable and is actually able to ride on his own. So it's okay. But I really like the design of the radio flyer trike that's selling for about $60 but only problem is it doesn't have the handles to push or else would have bought that.
Date published: 2015-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome toy My son received this for his first birthday, we used it as the rocker then converted it to the trike with the push bar. He just turned three years old and he loves his trike. He is still learning how to pedal and steer at the same time so the push bar on the trike helps guide him. The product is very sturdy and is really easy to put together and convert it. I would definitely recommend buying this for a gift or for your own child! We love this trike and have gotten so much use out of it and will continue to use it for the next few years!
Date published: 2013-08-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great deal! We received this as a gift from my in-laws. My 1 year old son loves getting on it and rocking. We are looking forward to using it as he grows through the stages of this bike. I am 5'5" and the push handle is an okay length for me, but I can see how it would be too short for taller people. My one suggestion for making this an even more useful bike is to change the way it is mounted, such that the front wheel can still be pedaled while in rocking mode. This would help a child learn to pedal without having to also worry about steering. Also, it'd be a great way to burn up some energy on rainy days!!
Date published: 2012-03-25
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