Sunday, March 27, 2016

Radio Flyer Review

Now that Scarlett is older and walking, she's been spending more time outside playing. Here in New England, the temps have been more mild and have allowed us to play outdoors. Scarlett and I go to the park and the playground most days if the weather is good. Since she's a big girl, I know she'd want something to ride around town in other than her stroller. She needed something that is stylish yet makes a statement, and that's where Radio Flyer comes in.

Radio Flyer is a Chicago based-company founded in 1917 with the main goal of bringing joy to every boy and girl.  Today, the legacy continues by producing high quality and innovative toys to create warm memories that last forever.  All children would be delighted to own a Radio Flyer trike, scooter, wagon, and ride-on toy! The toys are quality made and built to last for years to come.  Now that warmer weather is here, why not surprise your little one with a Radio Flyer trike to ride around the neighbor with? Don't forget to include the family pet either, they can ride in the wagon.  Keep Radio Flyer in mind for any future gift-giving needs.

Scarlett's 15 months old and constantly on the go and very active.  I know she'll have so much fun outside this summer, and I can't wait! Since she's at an age where she wants to do more, I knew it made sense for her to have a Radio Flyer trike.  She was lucky enough to receive a 4-in-1 Stroll 'N Trike to cruise around town with.  The fact that the trike came in pink made Scarlett one happy toddler.

This trike is the ultimate grow with me trike.  It offers 4 ways to ride, to accommodate ages 9 months to 5 years.  Your child's trike easily converts from an infant trike to a steering trike, learn-to-ride trike, and finally a classic trike.  For the youngest rider, a 3-point harness is included as well as a cup holder and wrap around tray.  The pedals become footrests for early riders and has quiet ride tires for when your child is pedaling.  The height-adjustable push handle and unique stroller-style canopy remove for older riders.

My husband was able to set this trike up in about an hour and a half by himself.  He said the instructions were clear and easy-to-follow.  Within a short amount of time, the adorable pink trike was assembled and ready for Scarlett to ride in style.  

This trike is just too cute, I can't take it! Scarlett's never been on a trike before and was really excited about it.  Once I securely strapped her in, she was ready to go for a ride around the neighborhood.  The pink trike is well made and features that classic steel frame that everyone knows and loves.  

I was able to push the adjustable handle with ease and Scarlett held onto the handlebars as she rode! She was just so happy to be on her new trike, who can blame her though? The trike moved smoothly and easily and I had no issues pushing it.  Scarlett rode like a queen and sipped her juice from time to time.  There's an included storage basket on the bottom that would be perfect for holding a toy or stuffed animal.

With sunny warm days on the horizon, the included canopy will come in handy for keeping the sun out of my little one's face.  

Since the trike grows with your child, Scarlett will be able to use it for the next four years.  I really like when toys grow with your child to ensure that they get many years of use out of them, it's a very smart idea! I'm sure one day in the not-so-distant future Scarlett will be riding the trike as a regular trike! It's hard to picture that day, but it'll be here.

We'll be using the trike a lot this summer when we do family walks and go to the park.  I know Scarlett will enjoy being out in the sun on her trike.  I'm sure we'll get plenty of fun times and memories for years to come and I have Radio Flyer to thank for that.

If you're looking to give your child a toy that they'll remember forever Radio Flyer is waiting to hear from you today.

*DISCLOSURE* Thank you to Radio Flyer for providing me with a product sample in order to facilitate this post.  All thoughts are strictly my own 

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