A Cooler Way for Kids to Roll: Introducing Stroll ‘N Trikes

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A Cooler Way for Kids to Roll: Introducing Stroll ‘N Trikes

August 12, 2013
posted by Melissa Enos

What happens when you merge a stroller & a tricycle?

A whole lot of fun!

Strollers today offer so many options, from jogging, to seats for two kids, to the seating orientation, to the color.  But those features are really for the adults—right?  Not as much fun for the kids.  So our product development team looked at it from both points of view.  They sought to create something practical for parents, but more fun for kids.

Now crawlers, toddlers and preschoolers can escape the stroller and rule the sidewalk on a tricycle – while providing mom and dad with the control and capacity they desire in a stroller.

Strollers are for babies.  Tricycles are for the “big” kids!  The new Radio Flyer EZ Fold Stroll N TrikeTM and Ride & Stand Stroll N TrikeTM can be for both:  they grow with the rider from nine months to five years old.

  • The new Radio Flyer Ride & Stand Stroll 'N Trike is a nice alternative to a stroller for two.
  • The new Radio Flyer EZ Fold Stroll 'N Trike grows with a child from nine months to 5 years.
  • The new Radio Flyer EZ Fold Stroll 'N Trike folds for easy storage at home or in the car.

The EZ Fold Stroll ‘N Trike offers a compact fold that makes it easy to transport or store, just like a stroller.  This is a nice alternative to a stroller, as parents still have control and can push it, but kids feel free and ready to ride like older siblings or neighborhood kids.

The Ride & Stand Stroll ‘N Trike is a flexible option for adults needing to transport two children.  One can be the tricycle “pilot” up front, while another child stands and rides on the back, and mom or dad pushes. So when one child tires of walking, they just hop on for a ride—and then easily hop off when they want to – without wasting time having to buckle and unbuckle.  No need to bring a stroller AND a tricycle for a walk to the park or around the neighborhood.

We hope our new Stroll ‘N Trikes please both parents and kids alike.  What do you think about them?