Radio Flyer Cyclone Arm Powered Ride On for Kids

Assembly
The Radio Flyer Cyclone has FUN written all over it. I showed my son a video of the cyclone in action and right away he was asking me to order one (little did he know we had one coming to review). Days after watching the video he would still ask if I ordered a cyclone yet and when it would come.

The day finally came when the Cyclone arrived at our house, he couldn’t wait to set it up and take a spin. There was some assembly required which only took about 10 minutes and it was ready to roll.

We had a snow fall the day before it arrived so he couldn’t take it outside… good thing I have a nice open kitchen because that’s where he took it. This little boy was all smiles as he quickly figure out how to do fast 360º spins.

Riding fun!
The cyclone is a arm powered ride on with a steel frame weighing only 10lbs. There is a nice seat and foot rest for a comfortable ride.  The handle grips are the perfect size for little hands to grip to roll forward or reverse. The wheels are a big 16″ and offer a smooth ride. There is a rear caster wheel that allows you to spin out the back to do those spins and doughnuts!

The only thing missing would be a little rubber or some kind of grip on the tires to give them some traction.

Spinning
Not only does my 6 year old son love it but so does my 3 year old daughter. I’m amazed at how she can manoeuvre and spin the Cyclone around.

The kids literally get up in the morning and try to beat the other one to the cyclone so they can have the first turn on it. I have been told many times “Mom you need to buy another one so we don’t have to share!”

Fun and spins
The Cyclone is meant for ages 3-7 and is good for up to a 70lb rider.

When I was watching my kids have a blast riding the cyclone my first thought was how amazing this would be for kids with disabilities that aren’t able to ride a bike, or kids who don’t have the leg strength or coordination to ride a bike but want to keep up with their friends.

This is the perfect ride on for any child!

My kids love being inside and it takes a lot to convince them to go play outside, but when they can take the Cyclone outside the hard part is convincing them to come in and eat. What a great ride on toy for an incredible price of $59.99 on www.radioflyer.com

 

Comments

  1. Amanda Healey says:

    Oh my gosh! That thing looks so fun! The kids in our neighborhood have something similar to it that they ride all the time. I wish they had these for grown ups!

  2. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    This looks like such a fun ride for little kids. I like the arm powered action and it seems to be quite safe too.

  3. saminder gumer says:

    looks like a lot of fun but tiring at the same time. would be great for the kids and get them all tired out when they need to go take a nap or go to bed. i love the colors as well.

  4. shelly peterson says:

    Wow, this is pretty cool. My oldest grandson would have a blast with this. I love that its made by Radio flyer, their products are made of great quality.

  5. This looks like a ton of fun! I can see my kids racing something like this around our cul de sac.

  6. Okay this is just cool! My daughter and son would love it.

  7. Lisa says:

    My kids would love this!

  8. I love the Radio Flyer products. I had a tricycle when I was a kid and so did my kids. I love this product. It makes me wish I was a kid again.

  9. Oh my goodness my boys would love this!!

  10. This looks like so much fun.
    I know that my hubby (the biggest kid) would be all over that toy like a dirty shirt!
    How well does it store?

  11. RICHARD HICKS says:

    Looks like a ton of fun! Reminds me of the “Big Wheel” when I was growing up.

  12. That looks like so much fun! My son would LOVE that!

  13. This looks like so much fun for the kids! I love anything that will help motivate them to get outside more.

  14. Tiff says:

    This is really cool and innovative, I can see my boys really liking it.

  15. What a cool ride and the tires look like those old time lollipops in motion! I also love the spinning part but it seems like kids would get so dizzy from it 🙂

Add Your Comment

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.