Ride-On Toys

There are many kinds of ride-on toys. There are those that require foot power while there are also those that are powered by a dedicated motor just like their real-life counterparts. There are ride-on toys that require absolute balance and visual motor coordination. No matter what type of ride-on toy it is, these playthings are important in helping children master their psychomotor skills. Pedal-powered toys like bicycles and scooters help strengthen the muscles of the legs while enhancing children’s sense of balance and hand-eye coordination. For very young children, riding on a rocking horse or any other animal model can also help develop their psychomotor skills. More importantly, these toys can help introduce them to the different objects in their surroundings. However, since these toys require a fair amount of coordination and balance, it is important to look for toys that provide optimum stability to help prevent injuries that might occur secondary to falls. Their construction must be sturdy yet comfortable enough for children to have fun riding on it. This is why we have made a list of ride-on toys that are safe and fun to use and that we are optimistic you and your child will surely love.



Step2 Wagon Plus

It’s wide. It’s sturdy. And it provides great stability for two of your young riders. With the Step2 Wagon for Two, your tots get a classic wagon that can be easily attached to another ride-on vehicle like a Tag-Along Trailer. The long handle ensures you can easily pull this baby. === wagon that can be easily attached to another ride-on vehicle like a Tag-Along Trailer. The

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Step2 Canopy Wagon

If your kids are a fan of cowboys and the Old West, getting them the All Around Canopy Wagon from Step2 will surely motivate them to keep on dreaming. Designed like the 18thcentury wagons of the western frontier, your kids get optimum UV protection whenever they go out for a ride.


Razor Force Drifter

Harness the drift driver spirit in your kiddo with the Force Drifter Kart from Razor. Based on the Ground Force design, the Force Drifter comes with powerful electric motors, a fully race-tuned chassis for optimum stability and handling, and extra-slick rear wheels that gives your kid some serious drifting capabilities.


Razor Dune Buggy

Conquer the sand dunes of the beach with the 10-mph, 350-watt electrically-powered Razor Dune Buggy. It’s got tubular steel frame that best reminds you of the roll bars of famous race cars. Its knobby wheels provide superior traction to help you blaze through sand dunes and other difficult terrain.


Razor E100 Electric Scooter

Let your kid ride in style to school with the Razor E100. This electric scooter packs a 24v fully sealed battery system that delivers optimum power to its electric motor to send your kid on a gentle yet equally fast 10-mph ride. The front tires are huge at 8 inches and comes fully pneumatic.


Razor E300 Electric Scooter

Want to go faster and across most terrain that other electric scooters simply cannot? Well, Razor designed the E300 with this in mind. The E300 has an extra-large deck for optimum support while its chain-driven electric motor can send you on a blistering 15-mph pace. The tires are large and knobby, too.


Razor Pocket Mod

Share your passion for the carefree riding style of the Italian classic scooter Vespa. Razor has resurrected the sexy curves and pastel colors of the Vespa in the Pocket Mod Miniature Euro. Lovely as it may look, it’s fast, super comfortable to ride on, and comes with a 10-mile battery range.


Razor A Kick Scooter

Electric scooters are all fun and a joy to ride but they require very little effort on the rider. For those who would like to work hard on their ride and for a more authentic feel to riding a scooter, then Razor’s A Kick Scooter is definitely for you.


Schwinn Balance Bike, 12-Inch

Is your kiddo currently learning to ride a bike? Instead of getting your kid a standard bike, maybe you should start with the Schwinn Balance Bike. It’s similar to a standard bike except that it doesn’t have any pedals, chains, and gears. The idea is for your kid to learn balancing on 2 wheels first.


Roller Derby Inline Skate

You think roller skates are better than inline skates? Try the Roller Derby Tracer and you’ll see why there are actually a growing number of boys preferring this inline skates over any other type of rollers. It’s super comfortable, easy to fit and a whole lot easier to adjust to one’s feet.


Step2 Whisper Ride II

Designed specifically for little tots, the Step2 Whisper Ride II is an awesome looking sports car that comes with fully functioning steering wheels, quiet-riding wheels, and a honking horn for enhanced imaginative play. The hood opens to reveal a spacious compartment for storing a lot of your kid’s things.


Fisher-Price Barbie Tough Trike

It has a wide rear wheelbase and large front wheel resembling a big wheel more than it is a trike; although the former will have a much lower seating platform. Nevertheless, the Fisher-Price Barbie Tough Trike is one elegant ride for your little princess who’ll be riding in style in your neighborhood.


EzyRoller Classic Ride On

Look mum, no hands! The EzyRoller may look particularly dangerous but it’s actually pretty safe, thanks to its ultra-wide rear wheelbase and low center of gravity. Riders on the EzyRoller will be sitting comfortably on a seat while they try to take full control of their roller with their feet.