Little Tikes 4-in-1 Trike - Primary

Extra-large storage bucket with dumping mechanism

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Description & Features+

This 4-in-1 Trike was designed with the parent and child in mind to increase comfort, convenience and ease of use. Independent 36+ MonthsCanopy protects up to 99% of harmful UV Rays.
• 4 stages to grow with your child:
Guided 9+ Months
Learning 12+ Months
Developing 18+ Months
Independent 36+ MonthsCanopy protects up to 99% of harmful UV Rays
• Removable shade canopy adjusts to any angle
• Protective safety bar
• Includes handy pack for storage
• Seat adjusts to 4 positions to fit children of all sizes
• Adjustable, detachable push handle that allows parents one-handed control
• 5-point seat harness and protective safety bar
• Footrests fold away and detach
• Durable metal & plastic construction
• Convenient beverage holder
• Extra-large storage bucket with dumping mechanism


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Little Tikes
Age 1-3
Little Tikes
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
30434670, 30795124, 30447913

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Ratings & Reviews+

Little Tikes 4-in-1 Trike - Primary is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 137.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a Blessing! My son, Connor, is 3 years old, and diagnosed with an inoperable brainstem tumor. He is doing quite well, but was wanting to ride his tricycle, and not having much success due to his left side being compromised. This tricycle keeps him safe and confident and is helping him register his left side again. I am thrilled with all aspects of this affordable toy. He needed the high head support, the strap, the siderails, the footrests, and the ability for us to help him steer. Praise God for any toy that provides hope, help, and safety. Please pray for total healing for Connor. He is 5 months past doctor's expectations, and riding his Little Tikes Tricycle into the New Year to the glory of Jesus Christ!
Date published: 2010-01-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fun but has a few design flaws We really want to love this bike. My son absolutely loves to ride on it (so much so that we wore out the tires on the previous model in less than 6 months!). We like the way the bike can grow with the child and all the parents at the park ooh and aah over concept of the sunshade. The downsides: the tires are not that durable - even on the new model I think we will end up wearing them out again in about 6 months. I would *love* an airfilled rubber tire for this bike as an option. The sunshade on the new model looks cool, but if there is any type of slight breeze, it flies up vertically and becomes a sail rather than a sunshade. The sunshade on the previous model was more stable. On our new bike, we had to reinforce the shade with a piece of flexible copper tubing to stabilize it but it still acts like a sail in the wind. We liked the placement of the rails on the previous model better - on the new model, the rails cover the front handlebars so it is not possible to add on any type of bell or horn when they are in place.
Date published: 2010-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great ride Bought this for my 1 year old grandson and he loves it. Great as he can be strapped in and mom or dad (or grandma or grandpa) can push him around. During the winter months now he uses it inside in the play room. Love that it has the carry basket and the sun shade will be great outside this summer.
Date published: 2013-03-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Baby loves it, Grandma is frustrated I MIGHT recommend this trike, with warnings. It's fun and sturdy, but it has problems. If I had bought this trike at full price, I'd be disappointed as well as frustrated. While our grandson loves his "bite" (he is 22 mos.) and begs to go for "wides," I probably wouldn't purchase it again for these reasons: 1) Right out of the box there were problems. I had to go to a hardware store to replace a screw that was the wrong size. 2) Assembly was moderately difficult; I did it myself, but I don't think I did everything right. 3) The shoulder straps do not stay on; they are badly designed and poorly placed. I don't even try to use them. Do not buy this product if you would depend on shoulder straps to keep an active child strapped in. 4) Steering with the long handle is difficult on a sidewalk - keeping the trike on a straight path is a constant struggle of back-and-forth jiggling of the handle. It's a good upper-arm and shoulder workout! 5) I have no confidence in my ability to figure out how to retrofit or "unbuild" this trike for my grandson to peddle on his own; the instructions are confusing. 6) The sun shield umbrella is a joke - the slightest breeze flips it up into the face of the person pushing the trike. We removed it after the first ride outside. 7) Steering seems very limited. You can't turn a very tight circle without leaning the trike back on just the rear two tires. 8) The hard plastic tires are a bit noisy, but that's to be expected of anything other than rubber tires. 9) The Little Tikes plastic label pops out of its slot on the handle every time we take a ride, and even super glue can't keep it in. Not a big deal, and I wouldn't say that reflects the overall quality, which seems quite sturdy. I could say several other negative things about this product, but it wouldn't make sense unless I could point out or demonstrate them to you, like the awkward placement of the foot rests. Given all that, we have still had a ton of fun with this trike, taking it on long walks and just "widing" my grandson around the back yard and in the house. We've certainly got our money's worth at half price. However, at 28 lbs and 35" tall, our grandson may be outgrowing it for sitting and being pushed, and he's not yet ready or coordinated enough to peddle himself. PLEASE NOTE: Grandson was 16 mos. at the time of the video.
Date published: 2011-11-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from pedals don't stay engaged We use the trike whenever we go out and about. My son loves his trike and is starting to want to pedal himself. We tried to engage the pedals but they don't stay engaged defeating the purpose of the 3rd stage. Now we have to look at getting a different trike or even a bike so he can learn to push the pedals. The sun shade is great as it moves to different positions but not so good if it's a bit windy.
Date published: 2013-03-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Kids love, hubby not as much My daughter loves her trike! She wants use to push her all over the neighborhood. We love the adult cupholder, sun shade, basket (since we have to bring a doll every time we go somewhere), the 5 point harness, etc. Our only complaint is the steering. It's a real pain to steer and we kind of end up weaving down the sidewalk. I know people that don't seem to have much trouble so we might just have a 'lemon'. We are really looking forward to when our daughter can pedal it herself but overall we are really happy with it.
Date published: 2012-09-23
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