Play is essential to toddlers and for generations tricycles have been an important part of growing up. The Joovy Tricycoo 4.1 introduces a new generation of trikes that are easy on parents and great for kids to get an earlier jump start. With a fully adjustable push handle and steering, parents are opting to push the trike over strollers. Younger children are able to start earlier than ever with surround arms and a 3-point harness to keep them balanced and secure in the seat. Not only are trikes fun, they enhance the development of physical and motor skills, help children gain confidence and can be a launch pad to an active lifestyle.
Age-graded for babies as young as 10 months, the Tricycoo 4.1 introduces balance and coordination, one stage at a time. As children grow and gain more confidence, the Tricycoo 4.1 transforms to match their physical ability.
- 10m+ Push Trike Baby Stage 1
- 18m+ Push Trike Baby Stage 2
- 24m+ Toddler Training Trike Stage 3
- 36m+ Trike Stage 4
The trend towards push trikes is on the rise as parents opt for this fun way to get to the park, navigate the mall and stroll the boardwalk with their children. Babies love to sit up straight and actively participate in the movement. This interactivity feeds the imagination and fuels engagement with the outdoors and surroundings.
The advantage of the Tricycoo 4.1 is that parents have full control while babies and toddlers ride in a comfortable, padded high back seat.
Before baby learns to pedal, the training mode features a flip-down footrest where tiny feet can rest. While still in push trike and training mode, the pedals can be unlocked to avoid hitting little legs.
When toddlers are ready to go it alone, the pedals can be engaged with one easy motion. The 3-position adjustable seat accommodates growing legs and offers a great return on investment as children grow.
Setting itself apart from the competition, the Tricycoo 4.1 has large rubber wheels for easier pedaling and a quiet ride.
While play is front and center with the Tricycoo 4.1, the subsidiary benefits are engaging very young babies in developmentally positive activity while getting families physically active with a supervised tricycle that grows into a kid-powered trike.