Valley Road Air Tire Trike-13" Wheel

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Valley Road Air Tire Trike-13" Wheel

The favorite choice in an American-made heavy-duty three wheeler is the Valley Road Air Tire Tough Trike, fresh from the genuine craftsmen in an Amish welding and wood shop in eastern Pennsylvaina. The tires are knobby and the riding position can be adjusted widely by clamping the seat anywhere along the frame. You can drop one of these from three feet and all it does is bounce, without even a rattle! Every time a kid of any age sees one of these for the first time you can see the "WOW!" on their face. Special bonus that comes with quality- quiet operation! A clevis hitch pulls low hitch trailers. Valley Road Air Tire Trikes are powder coated in red, blue, green, or pink.  13"x4" front air tire, 10" rear tires. Made in the USA.

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  • 5
    Simple solid fun!

    Posted by Austin Bacchus on 18th Jun 2014

    We had discovered these amazing trikes at a petting farm, and each time we visited my 4-year-old son spent more time riding the trikes than feeding the animals! Once we discovered that they also came in adult sizes, we were hooked.

    We bought a 13" for his birthday along with a pair of 16" for his mother and myself, and they are THE favorite family pastime for us. We added the Valley Road trike trailer which is stable/big enough to carry the younger (1-year-old) child, and the 4 of us go riding all the time -- sometimes an adult pulls the trailer, sometimes the 4-year-old.

    The adult and child versions are equally sturdy and durable. They are shipped partly-assembled, and it just takes some basic tools (wrench, pliers, and a rubber mallet) + 15 minutes to put them together. As with any tricycle, they could possibly tip over sideways if you turn too sharply, but the heavy rear wheels help prevent that quite well. The weight of the bikes, plus the lack of any gears, means that you only really want to drive these on very level surfaces -- but it can handle level gravel and grass surfaces as well as paved roads/driveways.

    One small warning: my son has discovered (To his temporary pain) that if you turn too sharply while pedaling the trike with the rider's seat mounted far forward on the frame (due to his short legs), it is easy to catch the back of your heel on the center frame, causing a painful pinch or scrape. But he just makes sure to not turn sharply, and to wear shoes while riding.

    I strongly recommend these fine items -- we'll be buying a 2nd 13" bike when the younger child is old enough to use one too!