My most memorable and favorite memory is not on the full sized Radio Flyer Wagons but on the miniature ones. I had bought a dozen or so of the miniature Radio Flyer Wagons with and without the wooden sides. For Easter I filled them with candy, eggs and treats and used it for the Easter basket. Everyone really loved the idea. Later I would bake cookies and fill the wagon for parties and picnics. They made a great conversation piece.
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My children's children... I remember a Christmas Eve when my son was two and was fast asleep. My husband and I liked to set out the few gifts we had the night before Christmas so our son could see what Santa brought for himgot out the wagon which imf
"I just wanted to share our Radio Flyer story, though it ended well, it isn't typical I hope. We took our two children, ages three and one, for a ride in their new Radio Flyer wagon. After carefully navigating my in-laws steep driveway I turned the wago over to my niece, who is eight. Unfortunately I underestimated the grade of the road and she tried to run off the start with the wagon. She lost control and the wagon careened several hundred feet before hitting a curb near a mailbox of a neighbor and landing upside down. Thankfully I was careful to belt the kids in correctly, and the UV sun shade actually took the brunt of the landing, leaving my children completely unharmed, though emotionally a little shaken. I am thankful this product is constructed in such a way that they were protected during this unfortunate incident. Thank you Radio Flyer for a quality product, and I will be contacting you soon for a few replacement parts ;) Jaimi "