Updated: Top Trikes Under $100 [Plus Buy-It-Now Prices]

A child’s first trike. What a fun milestone! With all the models on the market, you may need a little guidance about which one to buy.

First, what features should you consider? Push bars allow you to push and steer the tricycle for younger kids who can’t do it on their own. They cut down on frustration–both for you and your tot.

You’ll also want to consider other features, like whether the pedals can serve as footrests when the parent bar is in, whether the child can steer while you’re pushing, whether you can adjust seat and/or handlebar height as the child grows, and weight limits for the trike. Additionally, if the trike rides low to the ground, it may be less likely to tip.

Here’s a comparison of seven top selling trikes under $100 on the market that feature parent push bars. I’ve listed Buy-It-Now prices (i.e. very good sale prices), too. I’ve also listed a few specs on each trike below. Click through and find out more about each tricycle at the product description on Amazon. You can also read reviews there.

If you’re new to my Buy-It-Now price lists, here’s what you need to know: “Buy It Now” (BIN) prices are what I consider “very good” prices on the item. They’re the best sale prices you can expect to find fairly regularly, based on records of previous sales. Don’t confuse these with the “lowest price ever” price. You may be able to beat this price if you happen onto a unusually great sale.

Fisher-Price Rock Roll and Ride Trike: List price: $60  | Buy-It-Now price: $42

  • 18 months to 5 years
  • rocking toy for smallest users
  • base converts to (removable) push handle

Schwinn Roadster 12″ Tricycle: List price: $99.99| Buy-it-Now price: $69 |

  • 2 to 5 years
  • low center of gravity
  • steel frame
  • air tires

Fisher Price Grow With Me Trike:  List price: $37.99| Buy-it-Now price: $28.13

  • 24 months to 5 years
  • two-position adjustable seat
  • easy-grip handlebars and slip-resistant pedals

Radio Flyer Steer & Stroll Deluxe Trike: List price: $79.99 | Buy-it-Now price:  $55

  • 2-5 years (50 lbs.)
  • removable push handle
  • adjustable front seat
  • covered storage bin

Schwinn Easy Steer Trike: List price: $99.99 | Buy-it-Now price: $59

  • 20 months and up
  • removable push handle
  • 5-point harness
  • wide tires
  • Rear plastic bin, front basket, and removable canopy

Radio Flyer Classic 10″ with Push Handle: List price: $89.99| Buy-it-Now price: $50

  • 2-4 years (42 lbs.)
  • removable 3-position push handle
  • steel frame
  • rubber tires

Radio Flyer 4-in-1 Trike: List price: $60| Buy-it-Now price: $99.97

  • 9 months to 5 years
  • converts from a stroller to a steering trike, learning-to-ride-trike, to a classic trike
  • steel frame
  • adjustable seat
  • removable wrap around safety bars with cupholder and snack tray, and 3-point harness

If you’re still on the fence, check out the tricycle action at local parks and playgrounds and talk to parents about what they like and don’t like about the models they chose.

How about you? Do you have any of these tricycles? What do you love or hate about them?


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  1. Nagi says:

    Radio flyer 4 in 1 trike is available at both amazon and target for 84.99!