As a parent to little ones, it seems like I’m constantly rotating clothes, toys, and gear. As soon as I pull out the correct size and get the out-grown clothes and toys put away, it’s time to change again. Babies and toddlers grow and change daily and I’m just trying to keep up.
The Smart Trike 3-in-1 Zoo Bee Tricycle features:
- Padded soft seat cover
- Adjustable / removable, telescopic steering handle
- Press-out clutch for freewheeling
- Detachable, adjustable fashion canopy for sun protection
- Special injection rubber wheels for better road performance
- Foot break system
- Non slip pedals for anti slip resistance
- Removable hand rest protector (rigid support)
- Tilting basket for carrying toys
- Foldable footrest for early stage convenience
- Full metal construction for durability
- Quality storage bag coordinated with canopy
- Bottle holder + toy telephone
- Removable accessories, adjusted to children’s ages
- Meets safety requirements
We (the hubby) set the Smart Trike up for Bryson since Bella isn’t old enough yet. It won’t be long before she’s ready to ride all strapped in though. Bryson was pretty much clueless so we we kept the “parent-pusher” attached to the back. It’s so neat that we can push him along without breaking our backs and you can even steer with it! It has foot rests that we let down, since he didn’t want to use the pedals. The basket was quickly filled with his favorite cars and trucks so they could go along for the ride too.
(By the way, it has straps that you can install for all stages. We haven’t put them on yet, because Bryson is off and on, off and on. Once he wants to actually stay on and ride, we’ll install the safety harness.)
I love the phone and built in cup holders. It’s like a customized ride for your toddler! Bryson still doesn’t 100% understand the concept of pushing the pedals to make himself go… Or maybe he does and is just being lazy? Either way, he likes for us to push him on the Smart Trike which is no problem. It’s so easy for a parent to push and steer and I love the moveable handle. Bryson also likes for us to let the handle all the way down so he can push the Smart Trike up and down the driveway. Crazy kid!
We will continue to work with Bryson through the summer and hopefully he’ll be able to ride the Smart Trike without our help by fall. Then, it will be almost time to install all of the baby accessories and let Bella take it for a spin.
We received the Smart Trike for review, but no other compensation was provided. All opinions remain my own, as always.