EzyRoller with Red Steel Frame
It's not a bike and its not a scooter...its a revolutionary new way for kids to move! EzyRoller has no chains or pedals-all it takes is a simple left-right foot motion on the push bar and it glides silently forward, fast or slow, depending upon the left-right pace of the rider. Push harder on one side or the other to make turns; use the hand brake to stop. The patented steel frame is fully adjustable, accommodating kids from 3'3" to 5'5" tall. High resistance polyurethane wheels work on most surfaces.• Rider Age/ Max weight: Recommend for kids from 38" (about 4 years old) up to about 14 years old when used with the included extension pieces. The maximum recommended weight is up to 154 lbs ; however in practice, any rider up to 110 lbs is going to be most comfortable on the seat.• Length: 26"-42". Two extensions are included in the box to grow with the rider.• Width: 17" • Height: 14" • Weight: 12.8 lbs
Creative Child Magazine Top Educational Preschool Toy Award
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