Razor RipRider 360 Caster Trike Review Posted in: Ride-ons

Razor Rip-Rider 360 Drifting Ride-On

Once they turn five, kids are balls of energy, and they exert their stamina by playing and exploring their environment. It’s challenging to choose a toy for a highly energized child because kids can easily change their minds. Toddlers need a dynamic toy, one which they can use anytime and almost anywhere.

One of the best toys out there is a tricycle. It lets your little one enjoy the outdoor or indoor environment by creating wonderful childhood memories. It is a great way to train a child’s leg muscles and prepare them for a bicycle while having fun. However, it is a parents’ prerogative to make sure their kids are safe when selecting a tricycle.

 

Key Features

The Razor RipRider 360 Caster Trike is by far the best one in the market. Here are the key features of the Razor model:

 

Style

The embodiment of speed and fun, the Rip Rider, is sporty and exciting. It has a sleek appearance that can impress children and adults alike. The eye-catching blue color scheme works well with the silver, black, and red accents on the metals, pedal, and handlebars.

 

Durability

Your child will have a whale of a time in this well-built tricycle. Made from sturdy materials, it can guarantee parents that the Rip Rider can handle bumps and weight of 160lbs. Hence, your child is safe to ride it and do fun tricks under your supervision.

 

Compact

Portability and lightweight are some of the qualities parents want on a tricycle. Naturally, parents don’t like to see their children’s toys lying around. The Rip Rider is only 27.5 x 10.2 x 14.5 inches and weighs only 15 pounds. It is an excellent toy because it is easy to store, and you can bring it on family outings.

Although it is not foldable, parents can easily disassemble the Rip Rider whenever their child is tired of playing with it. And when their children want to ride it again, the assembly time is only 15-20 minutes.

 

Structure

Razor Rip-Rider 360 Drifting Ride-On

Parents will appreciate the different parts of the Rip Rider. It has a notable structure, a balance between functionality, and polished design. It’s constructed perfectly to accommodate its rider comfortably. Moreover, the pedals are positioned perfectly and have the right sizes for an excited toddler.

 

Frame

As said earlier, the Rip Rider is durable due to the materials used to make it. The frame, which is steel, is intended to last long. Moreover, it has an excellent double-crown fork, which steadies the frame while riding this Razor trike. It can handle the weight of the rider and the swearing and the drifting.

 

Caster Wheels

Razor Rip-Rider 360 Drifting Ride-On

Parents are very protective of their toddlers, but they can’t shield them with anything that comes their way. They can only do precautionary measures to lessen their child’s exposure to danger. When it comes to giving their child a tricycle, the Rip Rider is the safest one.

The front wheel is noteworthy because it reduces any impact your child may experience and is flat-free. Not implying that they intentionally bump into walls and bushes, but the front wheel will absorb the impact if they do. As for the back wheels, they are the main reason for the drift and spin feature. They let children drift and spin 360 degrees.

Drifting on this trike is extraordinary, and kids will surely love to ride the Rip Rider after school or over the weekend. The dual inclined caster wheels do incredible drifts and 360-degree spins resistance-free.

 

Handlebars

The Rip Rider is perfect for kids dreaming of riding dirt bikes in the future. Motocross bikes are the inspiration for the handlebars of this Razor tricycle. It also has soft grips on the handlebars for easy gripping.

Kids and parents will not be concerned with handlebars being slippery or lacks the necessary grip. These handlebars create a firm grip so kids will not let go of them while spinning or drifting.

 

Playing surface

Kids can ride this remarkable trike on most surfaces. Ideally, children can play with the Rip Rider inside (i.e., on the carpet, tiles, wood) and outside (i.e., on the pavement, driveway). It is not best on grass, soil or sand, so a family outing to the beach or forest is not good for the Rip Rider.

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Who can use it?: The Rip Rider is best for entertaining your youngsters. Kids starting from four years old up to eight can take turns to drift and spin with the Rip Rider.

 

Conclusion

One of the fondest memories of any person is having to ride a tricycle when they were kids. Just like a bicycle, riding a tricycle gives you a sense of independence and thrill. Preschoolers up to early teens, kids of any age, will have hours of fun without fail.

It has a sturdy frame, stunning color combination, 360 spin feature, and children can ride it on almost any surface. The Rip Rider is a great tricycle to give to kids and kids at heart.