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Kettler Classic Flyer Retro Trike
Kettler Classic Flyer Retro Trike has a height adjustable seat and handgrips with streamers for comfort. The trike is made in solid, durable high carbon dual deck steel frame and features steel spoke wheels with real rubber tires.
Why You'll Love It: Rear dual deck, handlebar tassels, limited turn radius, wide slip resistant foot pedals add to the ride.
Age: 18 months and up
Weight Limits: Up to 50 lbs
Throughout the world, KETTLER is a leading brand in bicycles and children's outdoor toys. In 1949, a young Heinz Kettler started a small enterprise in his hometown of Ense-Parsit, Germany.
Our products are designed to contribute to the well-being and fitness of our customers, young and old alike. Our employees develop, produce, distribute and service KETTLER's innovative and high quality products.
|Classic Flyer 12 inch Retro Trike||
<span class='orderBy'><strong>ORDER BY:</strong> 5PM Mon.</span><span class='splitLine'></span><span class='getOn'><strong>GET BY:</strong> Fri. Dec. 04</span>
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Comments about Classic Flyer 12 inch Retro Trike:
I bought this for my son, who is 23 months old. Unfortunately, his little legs are too short to reach the pedals, and even if he could, I think the bike is a tad heavy so he may probably have a hard time getting the bike moving (and he has strong legs!). So, I have to drag him around the neighborhood by the handlebars, and it hurts my back.
I also found this difficult to put together, in that you really do need two crescent wrenches to do it properly and maybe it's me, but it was a pain. As a result, the handlebars and front wheel don't always line up perpendicular and I'm constantly adjusting it.
When he's older, it will be a great bike. But right now, I'm looking for another one in them meantime.
However, I still think it's a great bike.