Designated for babies, the first two push trike variations give you full parent control with the adjustable and removable push handle. The little ones sit in the padded seat with head support, surround arms, and a five-point harness for comfort and safety. Also included with these forms are an extra-large canopy that has multiple positions and made of a 50 UPF fabric to block out the sun on those hot summer days. The second setting unlocks pedals and a flip-down footrest so kids can start getting their bearings even though you can still push and steer them in the right direction.
The Trike variations for toddlers allow for the surround arms, canopy, and push handle's removal so kids can start to move around by themselves. The large 10-inch front wheel and quick-release 7.5-inch rear wheels make for easier pedaling than most training trikes. The fourth and final version of the Tricycoo 4.1 has a three-position adjustable seat that accommodates growing legs and features a bottle caddy and storage basket for take-along toys and lunches.
The extra-large canopy, head support, harness, and surround arms are also great for protecting young ones right out of the starting gate. When they get older and more well-rounded the Tricycoo will evolve with them and adjust to their level of experience, so when they finally handle themselves the pedals can come out and all the safety gear can come off.
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