Search Company/Product Name
Age: All Ages
Price: All Prices
Gender: Boys and Girls
Category: Bicycles & Tricycles
Using plug-and-play technology, parents simply plug this kid-sized stationary bike into their television’s A/V jacks to bring the arcade experience home to enable kids to be active while learning. Kids pedal and steer to play fun learning games right on the TV. Launch date: March 5, 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11938 (added 3/15/2007)
This colorful bike folds up for easy portability and storage, and has an easy-to-carry handle grip. It comes fully assembled for instant riding, and features sturdy steel construction, a low center of gravity for maximum stability, and a controlled turning radius. It is suitable for ages 18 months and up. The Fold 2 Go received the 2007 Outdoor Toy of the Year Award from the Toy Industry Association.
— Though Radio Flyer is known for its line of wagons, two retailers that spoke with TDmonthly specifically cited Radio Flyer tricycles as winners in the ride-ons category.
— “The RadioFlyer tricycle is a traditional ride-on that still sells very well,” Matt Sahagian, owner and manager of Learning Express of Action in Action, Mass., told TDmonthly.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11682 (added 2/27/2007)
"Moto Kid" Wooden Running Bike
From: PLIM COOPERATION AG
Other products from PLIM COOPERATION AG
The “Moto Kid” is made of 100 percent birch plywood and features quality construction with rubber tires and an aluminum cylinder. It assembles in minutes and includes an adjustable padded seat. The maximum capacity is 60 lbs.
— The bike “is very solid and can therefore easily be passed down to a younger brother or sister. The seat can be adjusted in four different heights, which ensures that the bike will grow with the child,” Oriana Chiandusso, head of graphic services at PLIM Cooperation AG, told TDmonthly. The two bends on the bike’s wooden frame, she added, make it “look even more like a motor bike!” Launch date: May 1, 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10991 (added 1/8/2007)
Wholesale Price: (Log in to view)
Minimum Order: (Log in to view)
Minimum Reorder: (Log in to view)
Dropship Available?: (Log in to view)
Ships From: (Log in to view)
Terms: (Log in to view)
When is a mountain bike not a mountain bike? When it’s a KtraK and can ride over snow, ice and sand. KtraK is a universal attachment for bikes of all sizes and shapes that turns the front wheel into a ski and the back wheel into a tank-treaded all-terrain propulsion unit. It’s extreme to look at, but familiar in execution: If someone can ride a bike, they can ride a KtraK. Requiring no tools to install if the bike has a quick release (or a multiwrench if not), it takes all of two minutes to set up, and you’re ready to rock the beach or boogie down a ski slope. Avid dirt bike racer Cal Douglas is looking at a KtraK: “It could be the next big thing, or just fun for us crazies.” An adult size ($400) is also available.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10781 (added 12/21/2006)
Radio Flyer Model #330 Beginner's Balancing Bike
From: RADIO FLYER
Other products from RADIO FLYER
This pedal-less teaches children how to balance before learning to pedal. An adjustable seat allows the bike to grow as children do. The bike features air tires and quality construction made from solid wood. It weighs 10.5 pounds and was named one of the 100 Best Children’s Products of 2006 by Dr. Toy.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10551 (added 12/7/2006)
i-RIDE bicycle stereo allows bike riders to safely listen to their favorite tunes without tuning out the world and the traffic around them. They simply plug their iPOD, MP3 player or any portable audio device into the mini stereo speaker with the included audio cable and snap it into the universal mounting bracket. They are now ready take their favorite tunes on the road.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7836 (added 5/10/2006)
Kettrike Happy Navigator
From: KETTLER INTERNATIONAL INC.
Other products from KETTLER INTERNATIONAL INC.
This is the world’s first tricycle equipped with a rear wheel steering system. Loaded with many unique, patented features, the pioneering Happy-Navigator makes it easy for mom or dad to effortlessly guide the trike into any direction, just like a stroller. This tricycle also grows with the child and makes riding safe and fun for many years.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3414 (added 4/22/2005)
LIKEaBIKE, new to the U.S. market, looks like a bicycle but has no pedals. All three models are designed for young children to get the hang of bike riding.The LIKEaBIKE Spoky, with its spoked wheels, is very popular with children, because it has the "real bike" look; adults tend to favor the LIKEaBIKE Mountain which has wooden wheels. The company´s top of the line model, the LIKEaBIKE Forest, is made out of beech wood (Spoky and Mountain are made out of birch wood) and has wooden wheels. All versions weigh only eight pounds and help children to gain a sense of balance, improvement of motor skills, joy of riding a two-wheeler at a very young age and the advantage of graduating to a "real bike" without the use of training wheels.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3390 (added 4/19/2005)
Editorial Calendar Events & Trade Shows Media Kit Request Product Information PlayZak®
Look up Manufacturers at ToyDirectory.com®
Copyright © 2017 TDmonthly®, a division of TOYDIRECTORY.com®, Inc.