The Joovy Tricycoo kid’s bike is so much fun for kids who aren’t quite ready to pedal on their own and who need a bit more stability.
Birmingham, MI (PRWEB) April 28, 2012
Joovy Tricyoo Tricycle is on sale now at Tricyclekids.com, the retailer of unique tricycles, balance bikes and push bikes for kids recently announced. For a limited time, parents can take advantage of affordable pricing on the innovative Joovy Tricycoo Tricycle. Designed for kids as young as 18 months, the Joovy Tricyoo features a stable design and added safety features to make riding fun and easy. The tricycle features a fold-down footrest, an adjustable parent push handle and a removable pedal lock, which lets the child freewheel when being pushed, or operate the pedals themselves.
According to Bob Smith, Tricylekids.com spokesman, the Joovy Tricycoo Tricycle has become a favorite among both kids and parents. He said, “The Joovy Tricycoo kid’s bike is so much fun for kids who aren’t quite ready to pedal on their own and who need a bit more stability. Parents appreciate how easy it is to assemble, and the safe and durable design. When it comes to tricycles, the Joovy Tricycoo is a clear winner.”
The Joovy Tricycoo is also popular with those who are looking for something that will grow with their child, as it seats children up to 44 pounds. Smith added, “In addition to being easy to use and fun to ride, the Joovy Tricycoo is also a great value. You’ll be able to use this tricycle up until your child is ready for their first bike without having to worry about growth spurts getting in the way. And with the durable body construction and urethane-treaded wheels, you’ll never have to worry about anything breaking.”
Tricyclekids.com specializes in bicycle options for children ages 1-5 years old, including push trikes, tricycles and balance bikes. Offering in-depth product reviews and detailed product information, tricyclekids.com is a valuable resource for parents, family and friends who are interested in finding the safest bicycle style and accessories for their new little rider. For more information, please visit http://tricyclekids.com.