Best kiuds tricycles according to redditors

We found 24 Reddit comments discussing the best kiuds tricycles. We ranked the 18 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Kids' Tricycles:

u/PinetreeRoad930 · 13 pointsr/Planetside

I have come to the conclusion that the Harasser has plastic wheels like a child's tricycle.

Therefore traction is nonexistent.

Or ^^^Nanites.

u/CalZeta · 11 pointsr/motorcycles

> bobber style trike

I got you fam.

u/jrchin · 5 pointsr/AskReddit
u/Streamjumper · 4 pointsr/pokemongo

He posted a picture of a bitchin' Ferrari, not this thing.

Or this one for that matter.

u/Mongfight · 3 pointsr/Parenting

Get one of these. My kid never used a stroller again

u/kerida1 · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

We got this one at a year and he loves it, hated his stroller but loved this and at 2.5 we still use it a ton 4-in-1 Stroll 'N Trike

u/rumpypumper · 3 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

My son Sam is 28 months and would love to have his first bike! We've not been able to get him one yet, but he's the perfect age for it. He's got some fine motor issues and This convertible bike would be amazing for him for like the next 3 years. It would allow us to assist him now while he still has balance and sensory issues, and then to adjust the bike so he can ride alone later after his therapy has "graduated" him. His wishlist is here!

Thank you so much for doing this giveaway!

u/bakaneko718 · 3 pointsr/anime_irl
u/lovedecember15 · 3 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

I am entering for my 4 year old son and it is a big wheel, all kids love big wheels, low to the ground so perfect for little ones and so much fun!

u/archamedeznutz · 2 pointsr/CringeAnarchy

This is what I found under unicycle training wheels.

This looks like a cyco cycle type device.

This screams hipster affectation, not fun transportation.

u/reallifesexdoll · 1 pointr/Parenting

I live in NYC and I walk everywhere while my daughter bikes next to me, and when she gets tired, I push her tricycle from behind.

This is the one I got

u/corcar86 · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

6 months is a little early but when they have good core control this bike is great (transitions all the way to tricycle eventually)!

u/wil_is_cool · 1 pointr/IdBuyThat

Im pretty sure its

Although its cheaper at toys r us

Im in australia and i bought mine for $100 from toys r us in store, though like 2 weeks ago target had them for $49

If your under 6 foot you will fit on that one fine, seat all the way back, if you get one and decide its too short its easy enough to cut the frame get a shop to weld a connector in between to lengthen it

Also you will want to make better wheels, buy 2 trolley wheels and 2 pvc pipe connectors that fit just over the wheels and sicaflex them together, just screw them on in place of the regular wheels

u/Woogabuttz · 1 pointr/bicycling

Check this out (link below), it's what I started my son on. It's smaller than regular balance bikes and super light so at a year or so kids can use it. It converts from a very narrow three wheeler to a two wheeler by taking the rear wheels off and flipping them around. Also, it has a stash area in the seat for dinosaurs, cars or trains. My son loved it and when he was finally big enough for a real balance bike he jumped on and never looked back!

u/purdinpopo · 1 pointr/OSHA

Was going to say that, but it just made me think of the bigwheel, .

u/mrsmorton · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/hg38 · 1 pointr/funny

Green Machine is specifically designed for doing this. And adults can ride them too!

u/unthused · 1 pointr/unicycling

So I found out what it is:

Still not really sure what demographic they're going for with this thing.

u/left-field · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Not just a Big Wheel - but one with a handbrake. This and my friend had the even better Green Machine.

I remember taking these to parking lots, going as fast and I can, pulling the handbrake and doing a bunch of donuts. Amazingly fun.

Edit - YouTube video
Green Machine -

u/mr_grission · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/madalitchy · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Thank you!

The trike is this one, my aunt sent it for him.