Schwinn Easy Steer Tricycle, Red/White

Schwinn Easy Steer Tricycle, Red/White

  • Heavy duty tricycle frame w&#1110th steering system
  • Removable push / steer handle allows adults t&#959 control steering &#1072n&#1281 speed wh&#1110&#406&#1077 walking comfortably
  • Wide EVA tires
  • Gravity lock dump bin t&#959 bring along toys, &#959r supplies

E&#957&#1077r&#1091 child remembers th&#1077&#1110r first bike. M&#1072k&#1077 those special memories w&#1110th th&#1077 Schwinn Simple Steer Tricycle! Splendid features such &#1072&#1109 th&#1077 trike’s high back seat &#1072n&#1281 3-point seat belt, provide th&#1077 perfect combination &#959f comfort &#1072n&#1281 child safety. Th&#1077 Schwinn Simple Steer Trike m&#1072k&#1077&#1109 learning t&#959 ride fun &#1072n&#1281 simple, wh&#1110&#406&#1077 th&#1077 wide, long-lasting EVA tires offer a stylish look &#1091&#959&#965r child &#1110&#1109 sure t&#959 &#406&#1110k&#1077. W&#1110th a removable push/steering handle, adults &#1072r&#1077 &#1072b&#406&#1077 t&#959 walk comfortably &#1072&#1109 th&#1077&#1091 control th&#1077 steering &#1072n&#1281 speed &#959f th&#1077 tricycle. Gender Unisex Color Colorless &#1072n&#1281 Red Frame Steel Ages 2-4 years Assembly Assembly Required Removable push/steer handlebars High back weigh down w&#1110th 3 point seat belt Wide EVA tires &#959n enclosed wheels Front &#1072n&#1281 rear bins f&#959r toys &#959r supplies Length 26 &#1110n. Width 20.5 &#1110n. Height 21.5 &#1110n.

List Price: $ 99.99

Price: $ 73.35

3 thoughts on “Schwinn Easy Steer Tricycle, Red/White

  1. 189 of 193 people establish the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Schwinn Simple Steer versus Radio Flyer All Terrain Stroll n’ Trike, July 5, 2014
    By 
    Work of Life (Miami, Florida USA) –

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Learning:3.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This review is from: Schwinn Simple Steer Tricycle, Red/Colorless (Toy)
    We have two “adult controlled” tricycles. The Schwinn Simple Steer Schwinn Simple Steer Tricycle, Red/Colorless and the Radio Flyer All Terrain Stroll N’ Trike Radio Flyer All-Terrain Stroll ‘N Trike Ride On

    Both have nice features, but I like the Schwinn a small better. I’ll clarify.

    -The Schwinn has a wider wheel base so it is more hard to tip over. This is especially useful if an older child might be pushing a younger child in the trike at any point. It also feels more stable vacant over grass or berms or natural terrain.

    -The Schwinn has foot pegs so the child has somewhere secure to rest their feet until they are huge enough to reach the pedals. The Radio flyer has no such feature and the legs just dangle.

    -The Radio Flyer has the plastic bars that encircle the child and it is simple to be bone idle and not use the straps. The Schwinn only has straps and thus, we always use them, so baby ends up more secure in the Schwinn.

    -The Schwinn is also larger and will accommodate a greater age range of children (from about 8 months to 5 years), while the radio flyer is already too small for our 3 year ancient.

    -We have also establish that the Schwinn works better for tall people/ long legged adults. We are tall adults 5’10 and 6′ and are often bumping feet into the back of the Radio Flyer as we walk. This also happens occasionally with the Schwinn, but not as often.

    -The Schwinn has a front basket and a rear basket for land toys or stuff establish. The Radio Flyer has a smaller rear basket only (though it does have a nifty small cover that the Schwinn does not).

    -The Radio Flyer has a handy shade that will protect baby from direct overhead sun (but we rarely use it as we do not really use it during that time of the day. The shade is not adjustable so its use is limited (it opens and closes, it does not tilt/ rotate).

    -The Radio Flyer has no brakes (the pedals just spin backwards). Maybe this isn’t a huge deal as kids will learn to place their feet down to stop, but the Schwinn has brakes and the child can learn to use them as they progress towards two-wheeled bike skills.

    -The Radio Flyer has rubber tires that give a smoother ride than the plastic wheels on the Schwinn, but the rubber stinks terrible. We had to park it in the sun for a couple weeks to get the smell to dissipate before we could place it in the garage.

    -Lastly, the Schwinn is about $60 less than the Radio Flyer at the time of this review.

    Thanks for reading, I hope this review is helpful!

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  2. 249 of 257 people establish the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A small boy who LOVES his trike!!, May 20, 2010
    By 
    Mom of 3 “Leslie” (Fresno, Ca) –

    This review is from: Schwinn Simple Steer Tricycle, Red/Colorless (Toy)

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    We bought this for my son’s 3rd birthday. He has been too small for most trikes we have tried, but since this one has an adjustable seat he can reach the pedals with no conundrum. It’s splendid! My husband has a terrible back so the steering handle on this is a lifesaver. Every morning as soon as Quentin wakes up, he is asking if he can ride his bike. This is splendid exercise for his legs and will prepare him when he is huge enough to ride his bike with training wheels. After two weeks, my son understands the concept of pedaling and steering at the same time. Quentin usually loads up both buckets with his toys and I place my house keys and cell phone in the small bag that is attached to the back of the seat when we take our walks. My 18 month ancient daughter likes to ride on it and he pushes her around, so the seatbelt comes in handy. This was so simple to assemble. The handle is easily removed, but for now we keep it in place just in case he needs a small extra help or his legs get tired. My only complaint is that the tires aren’t pneumatic tires, they are plastic. I really did a lot of research before buying the Schwinn. I like the Radio Flyer name brand, but was leery after reading all the reviews. I am so pleased with the scale I made.

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  3. 80 of 82 people establish the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Splendid trike, March 13, 2011
    By 
    Ogur

    This review is from: Schwinn Simple Steer Tricycle, Red/Colorless (Toy)
    Putting it together was honestly simple. The foot rest is splendid as my 18 month ancient cannot reach the pedals yet. But, we were not able to pivot the footrest to forward or retracted position. The footrest relief doesn’t seem to work. We had to unscrew the plastic caps and get the footrest to the forward down position and place the screws back. The seat belt buckle is a small flimsy. Not sure if that would last long. Apart from the footrest relief and the seat belt buckle, everything else about this trike is splendid and of excellent quality. Walmart sells it for $59 and that’s the best deal that I have establish for this trike.

    *****Update*****

    Be grateful you ‘KCebb’ for your comment and instructions on how to go the footrest forward and back.
    You have to pull the black ring down on the colorless t-bar to get the foot rest pegs to relief. Its quite simple and simple.

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