Radio Flyer Ride and Stand Stroll n Trike

As much as I enjoyed my family’s summer adventures, I was anxious to get back to school. Or, more accurately, back to routine. Five days a week start the same way for my family and five afternoons a week you’ll find me and the two younger kids walking to the bus stop.  Even though the kids and I cling to the routine of our day to day existence, it’s fun to switch up how we get to the bus stop. We’re currently strolling and rolling to the bus stop on the Radio Flyer Ride & Stand Stroll ‘N Trike.

How We Stroll: Ride & Stand Stroll ‘N Trike

The Ride & Stand Stroll ‘N Trike is one of three new “grow with me” ways to ride from Radio Flyer and is the only stroller trike designed for two riders. The front seat allows for babies from 9 months old to lead the way on the tricycle while the stand on platform holds a child up to 5 years of age.

Radio Flyer Ride Stand Stroll Tricycle

The grow with me tricycle transforms from from infant trike to push trike, learn-to-ride trike, and classic trike. The 3-point harness and high back seat keeps small ones secure, and the safety tray and cup holders add extra comfort. The tricycle seat adjusts to grow with your child. The Adult Steer & Stroll push handle is comfortable to push and even adjusts to your height. Similar to a stroller, the tricycle has thick tires, a foot brake and foot rests for babies who can’t reach the pedals.

Ride & Stand Stroll N Trike Grows with Your Family

The Ride & Stand offers a comfortable stroll for eighteen month old Max. He’s still riding with the entire baby setup – from the harness to the high back seat and safety tray. He’s getting bigger every day, though, and now prefers to put his feet on the tricycle pedals instead of the foot rests.

Radio Flyer Sit and Stand Stroll n TrikeRadio Flyer Stroll and Ride Tricycle

Though the sunny days are already growing increasingly rare as fall approaches, the removable canopy is a great addition to the tricycle.

Radio Flyer Sit and Stroll Tricycle Shade

The stand on platform is big, with plenty of room for our four year old. There’s also a dedicated handle so standers can feel secure and stay safe.

Radio Flyer Ride and Stand TrikeRadio Flyer Sit and Stand Stroller and Tricycle

Little Red Stories

This month, Radio Flyer is unveiling Little Red Stories, an online gallery where fans can submit or browse stories, photos and videos of Radio Flyer experiences, past or present! Submit your family’s Radio Flyer memories from 2 days ago or 20 years ago by text, photo or video for a chance to be selected as a monthly winner and win a $500 gift card to RadioFlyer.com. All entries will be eligible for Radio Flyer’s Little Red Stories $10,000 cash grand prize plus a custom Build-A-Trike and Build-A-Wagon to be awarded in May 2014.

We got in on the action and submitted a photo of Max Cruisin’ on his custom design your own tricycle and a photo of the kids on the Sit & Stand called And Away We Go. Submitting is easy as you can upload a photo or import one from Facebook or Instagram. Head over to Radio Flyer to submit your Little Red Story!

RadioFlyer Ride and Stand Stroll and Trike

 

Shop! The Sit & Stand Stroll ‘N Trike is available at RadioFlyer.com for $119.99. For a traditional tricycle from the “grow with me” collection, check out the Radio Flyer Build-A-Trike, starting at $75.

How Do You Roll Giveaway

We want to hear from you and your little ones (toddlers, pre-schoolers,or young school aged children). Share your advice on “must have” supplies as they and/or their older siblings roll back to school. Find details and enter using the Rafflecopter widget.

Win! A Radio Flyer Ride & Stand Stroll ‘N Trike from Radio Flyer!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Giveaway ends September 27. Open to US mailing addresses.
Thanks to Radio Flyer for providing a sample and the giveaway prize.

Kate

Kate

Kate started The Shopping Mama™ in January 2009 when, after graduating law school, she traded in online legal research and writing for locating the best products for children. She shops three kids ages 6,4 and 1 from their home in Germany. Her military family is making the most of the overseas assignment by traveling Europe every chance they get.

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  1. 1.
    Stacey R

    A cool backpack – according to my 3 year old :)

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    Jessica G

    A folder with a doggy picture :)

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    Alicia

    She says ‘puppy’ …she’s 18 months ;)

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    Heather

    My son is obsessed with his shark backpack! He is 2, so no advice yet!

  6. 6.
    Lisa F.

    Nothing yet, he is 13 months :)

  7. 7.
    Andrea

    My 2-year-old said, “Crayons!”

  8. 8.
    nancy

    paper…um, OK

  9. 9.
    Kate S

    Crayons and paper, lots of it

  10. 10.
    Tabathia B

    markers and colored pencils and scissors to cut with

  11. 11.
    lien

    a cool backpack and lunch bag.

  12. 12.
    Amber Rae

    A cool lunch box!

  13. 13.
    Alycia

    “A green lunch box with a firetruck on it”. :)

  14. 14.
    Melissa M

    New shoes and clothes

  15. 15.
    Natalie Shmigelsky

    My boys (3&%) say a backpack that has animals on it, paper and crayons!

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    Nancy

    A great lunch kit is a must!

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    Samantha C.

    Definitely markers!

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    Shanda J

    Snacks was their comment LOL

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    amy pugmire

    She said a pencil box!

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    Janet W.

    My grandson a new backpack is a must have!

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    Kimberly Bauer

    Glue sticks and crayons

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    Stephanie Ann

    they love markers & colored pencils, and new notebooks!

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    kelly

    erasers and pencils

  25. 25.
    Christina

    Oldest said pretty notebooks and her unmatched socks (lol), my son said backpack and hoodie (because school is always freezing) youngest said crayons and snacks (she’s 3, its all about the snacks during our afternoon walks to get the big kids from school)

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