3 Great Trikes for Your Tike

Julie Ryan Evans
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Kettler TricycleWhen your toddler is getting a little tired of the ride-on toys, it may be time for some pedal pushing, tricycle style!

Teaching a toddler to pedal can be a funny experience, but they usually catch on pretty quickly, and then they're off.

Here are three great tricycles to consider for your toddler when you're ready to give it a try:

1. Kettler is king when it comes to tricycles. I love the Navigator Tricycle that allows moms and dads to give a little assistance when little legs get tired. A little pricey (around $200) but the quality is top notch, and worth it, especially if you plan to ride a lot and may hand it down to other children.

Radio Flyer Tricycle2. Radio Flyer For those who like a little nostalgia, there's this Classic Red Dual Deck Tricycle. Well-made and affordable (just under $50), your tot can be crusin' the neighborhood in style.

Princess Trike3. Fisher-Price If your toddler is the type to be tempted by things adorned with his or her favorite character, then you may want to check out the Tough Trikes. You can choose varieties that boast characters like Barbie and Thomas. There's even a secret compartment under the seat for their treasures. And the price (under $30) is right.

Does your child have a tricycle? Which ones do you like?


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