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Set your child into high gear with the exciting miniature racer-like Step2 Motorcycle!
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Set your child into high gear with the exciting miniature racer-like kids ride-on motorcycle by Step2. Little ones will develop their lower body strength as they accelerate the riding toy with their legs and feet. This little bike is perfect for active toddlers and is sure to be the sleekest ride on the block. Made in USA of US and imported parts.
- Authentic looking motorcycle provides zip-along fun
- Racer-like styling with wide wheels for easy balance
- Realistic headlights, taillights and air intake decals
- Easy grip handles help toddler steer
- Maximum weight on ride-on: 50 lbs (22.7 kg)
- Minimal adult assembly required
RECOMMENDED AGE: 3 and Up
PRODUCT NUMBER: 736200
DIMENSIONS: 15.50 H 23.50 W 11.00 D
WEIGHT: 5.5 lbs
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Customer ReviewsRated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Wishing for old version of motorcycle Was very very disappointed in this model. We bought the previous version of it 12 years ago for our oldest and have looked for another one like it every since. We were so excited to see Step 2 was again putting it back into production only to find that this was the newer model. The 1st requires balance and taught young children much needed motor skills. All of our children including our girls have ridden the old one, that is still very much being used, and at the age of 4 taken off on a bike without the aid of any training wheels. Very disappointed in this newer bike and desperately wanting the old one to be put back into production.Date published: 2010-04-28Rated 4 out of 5 by @ home mama from So much fun! We purchased this motorcycle for my son for his 2nd birthday. He absolutely loves it! It is the perfect size for him now and will grow with him for at least a few more years. We live in a small home and don't have much room inside or out. The motorcycle is great because it isn't too big to put out of the way and is easy to use inside and out. I had a hard time trying to assemble it but my husband got it together ok. The only problem we had was with the grips that "slide" onto the handle bars. They were way too tight to slide on easily and it took us forever to get them on all the way. Other than that we have enjoyed it!Date published: 2008-09-14Rated 4 out of 5 by Janna, mother of the Triad from Fun Ride One We purchased this motorcycle for our 16 month old and my 3 year old twins love it just as much. It requires them all to work on their balance skills, but it steady enough for them all to climb on it and push, preparing them for bike riding in the future. My 16 month old is a big guy, so are my twins, and they are all great sized for it. (All in the upper 30lbs for weight and the little one is 34in tall.)I checked difficulty to assemble, only because, like others have said, getting the rubber grips on the handles was a bit of a pain. That being said, it will take a feat of great toddler strength to get them off. People who talk about the wheels not spinning need to be more careful in getting the end caps on straight.Date published: 2014-12-29Rated 5 out of 5 by Heather B from My twin boys LOVE their bikes! My twin 2 year old boys LOVE their bikes. And I love them because they don't take up too much space in our home which is great since we live in an apartment. I noted a con that this was difficult to assemble - it's not really the case - the directions were difficult to follow because they were all images & no text - I'm a text follower so I messed up the first bike by not putting in the little black things into the wheels - oops. However, the bike was inexpensive enough that I was ok with buying another one. At the end of the day, my boys love their motorcycles and ride them in the house and outside too.Date published: 2012-05-31Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Not as expected Very disappointed in this item. I am a loyal purchaser of step 2 items because my son usually loves everything w/the step2 brand and I love the quality!...I bought this item for my son's 2nd b-day. He is way too big for this toy and the wheels don't freely turn as I expected them too. The wheels fit too tight on the wheel base and therefore are practically stationary and barely move. So my son says it's broken because he can't make it move and gets off right away. This toy is for 1 year olds not 2 year olds.Date published: 2008-06-06Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous from Slightly Boring Toy The motorcycle is very durable and easy to assemble. The only problem is the handle bars don't turn so my son can't turn when riding it, he can only go straight. We got it for him for his third birthday so he had something other than his bikes, but becuase he can't turn the handle bars he uses it a lot less than we thought. The tires also pick up dirt really easy so if he rides it outside and then inside on the tile it makes a horrible fingernails on chalkboard sound. He does enjoy it and I would reccomend it for maybe a 2 year old not a 3 because he will probably not use it for very long since it is so limited in what it can do. becuase he can't turn it and go places as fast as he would like to. Great gift for a younger child.Date published: 2009-01-24Rated 1 out of 5 by Chloe's Mommy from DISAPPOINTING This product was very disappointing. I am returning it back to step2. The back wheels do not roll good at all and it is very difficult to maneuver. If step 2 put on rubber wheels, then it would be a great product. The platic wheels makes this a poor product. Don't waste your time and money. Look for something with rubber wheels that will roll easy.Date published: 2008-03-31Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Perfect for toddlers! I love this bike. This was the first ride-on my husband and I bought for my son. He's three now and he still loves it. We have to pack it up and take it with us on trips. I'm so glad it comes in pink now. I also bought this for my nephew now I can buy it for my niece. The only con is during assembly. The handle is hard to fit throught the tiny holes. After that it's perfect. This is a great ride- on . It's so durable. The toddlers I watch love this ride-on and it's so easy to bring inside and take outdoorsDate published: 2007-10-18
Q & A
Does it come in pink for girls?Yes, I do believe Step2 offers a pink version of this same motorcycle.Date published: 2018-03-02
Doea it work well on a dirt road with small rocks?I have only used it on concrete. Since there is no traction, I doubt it wot be easy. The wheels are hard, smooth plastic plastic. I use them at my preschool and they are very durable!Date published: 2017-12-11What is the name of the locks for the wheels? I need another wheel lock for my front wheels. The locking mechanism that goes on the outside of both front and back wheelsYou can order replacement parts through our Customer Service Department. Please call toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you further with this request.Date published: 2018-03-27How do you put the handlebar grips on fully? They won't go all the way on.Please call toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you further with this request.Date published: 2018-03-27Recommended age?The recommend age for our Step2 Motorcycle is 3 years and up.Date published: 2018-03-27We have the STEP 2 motor cycle. Grandson loves it. Hopefully we can get new stickers.windshield is gone?You can order replacement parts through our Customer Service Department. Please call toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you further with this request.Date published: 2018-03-27IS IT POWERED WITH A BUTTON OR DO YOU HAVE TO PUSH IT?The Motorcycle is foot powered.Date published: 2018-03-27How do I order new handlebars?You can order replacement parts through our Customer Service Department. Please call toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you further with this request.Date published: 2018-03-27