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Tips on Buying a Tricycle
1. Your little angel may be decades away from Sturgis, but you can initiate them in the more important, and more wholesome, club of bikers with our Airflow Collectibles Road Hog tricycle.
2. The Morgan Cycle offerings are a throwback to days of yore, when the traditional red tricycle was pretty much it. These hip retro three-wheelers are what tricycle designers in the 50s would have been making if they were thinking straight.
4. Wood riding toys for kids have kind of gone the way of the cup and ball game. They deserve a comeback, though. We have a great looking Radio Flyer tiny trike with tassels, a bell, and a design that's all classic.
5. Schwinn is still known for producing great road bikes, and they aren't too shabby with the tricycles, either. Our Schwinn Roadster tricycle has an electric paint job and all the style features of their classic models.
6. When it comes to buying for kids, we know they grow fast, but not as fast as they can wear something out. With that in mind, consider a quality steel riding toy if yours is a particularly rambunctious youngster.
7. Angeles is one of our favorite manufacturers of tricycles. Designed for ease of use for toddlers, they are also notable for great safety features and clever designs.
8. You can't go wrong with a Radio Flyer tricycle. Classic red handlebar streamers and great prices, there isn't a thing not to like about them.
9. Kettler is a relative newcomer to the leisure activity game, and their innovative thinking shows with their modular tricycle for children ranging in years
from 3 to 6. A parental control steering stick keeps the kids on track when veering into danger. If only it were this easy when they're older!
10. Vibrant colors and durable, heavy-duty plastic are hallmarks of American Plastic Toys. Things like built-in storage and large, plastic wheels make moving about and smuggling peanut butter sandwiches a cinch.