This adorable Neon Pink Little Tikes 4-in-1 Deluxe Edition Bike grows with your child and is perfect for teaching them how to ride.
This deluxe edition trike takes style to the next level with an on-trend pattern, seat pad and detachable travel bag. Designed for babies and beginner riders, it has 4 stages so it can adapt to suit them as they get older.
The guided stage is for kids aged 9 months and above, learning is for 12 months, developing is for 18 months and independent is for 30 months.
Use the adjustable push handle to take control of your little one whilst they ride with their feet up on the footrests. When they're a little bit older, the footrests can be removed for toddlers to practice pedaling and the steering unlocked.
Before you know it you'll be struggling to keep up so just remove the handle and they'll be able to head off on their own. A great way to get your little one enjoying the fresh air.
Neon Blue version also available - see item number 6EC6U.
Little Tikes 4-in-1 Deluxe Edition Neon Pink Bike
Removable shade canopy
Durable, quiet-ride tyres
Detachable push handle for parent control
5-point seat belt harness and protective safety bar
Non-slip pedals that fold away and detach
Durable metal/plastic construction
Convenient beverage holder
Seat padding for added comfort
Detachable travel bag
THIS IS A RIDE ON TOY ONLY. IT MUST NOT BE USED AS A PUSHCHAIR
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and waste batteries must never be placed in your waste disposal or recycling bins. WEEE is taken back free of charge at electrical retail outlets on a one-for-one like-for-like basis. There is a bin for small batteries in your local store. Local authority civic amenity facilities also take back WEEE and waste batteries free of charge. WEEE and waste battery recycling is free. For more detail please see our Policy Pages at www.littlewoodsireland.ie/help/en/weee-directive.page.
Credit provided subject to eligibility and lending criteria. Over 18s only. Shop Direct Ireland Limited trading as Littlewoods Ireland is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.