- 5-position adjustible frame
- steering lock allows parents to lock the front wheel in a straight position to push toddler
- freewheel setting allows older tots to pedal, brake, and coast on their own
- 4-position adjustable ergonomic high back tricycle seat with hand hold
- smooth ride inflated wheels f
- low center of gravity design to prevent tipping
- removable rear tipping storage bucket
- 3 position tricycle pushbar
- recommended for ages are 1 to 5 years
Great Idea, but...
The issue we ran int -- even at 2 years old, my son wasn't able to reach the pedals at the lowest setting. Granted, he's a bit on the shor side (But not off the scales or anything). His feet fell at an awkward place -- he couldn't pedal himself, but he couldn't sit comfortable to allow mom to push him without his feet getting caught up in the pedal system.
My older son used the Kiddio for a while. He was 3 1/2 when we got it and it was a good size for him. Within 6 months, though, he was tipping the bike over everytime he road it because he would go too fast. Again, he's a bit on the smaller side, so it's not like he was an above-average 4 year old.
In general, I felt that this was a good product for a 3 year old, but didn't meet the needs of younger or older children as promised.