Monday, November 19, 2012

Ride-On Toys For Girls - Fancy, Frilly, and Fantastic

Is your little girl an aspiring racer? Does she often challenge her siblings in a bid to see who can toddle the quickest? Give her feet a break and get her one of the toddler ride on toys 2012 - a whole line of new, unique, and colorful ride-ons designed specifically for your pretty princess and her racing ambitions.


Barbie Lil' Quad

Power Wheels Barbie Lil' Quad

Talk about ultra sporty and fashionable! This faux 4-wheeler is completely powered by a 6-volt easily rechargeable battery, coming to life with the push of a button. Decked with a cargo rack of small toy storage or teddy bear companions, this quad also features built-in footrests for your tired tot to rest her toughened tootsies. An allover pink hue makes this quad Barbie-fabulous, while purple decals give your gal a decorated style.


Barbie Tough Trike
Fisher-Price Barbie Tough Trike Ride-On

Your little princess will go from sugar and spice to one tough chick with this ride-on! Designed with a girly girl in mind, this trike is painted in pink and purple with decaled accents and wide, easy-grip handlebars. The pretend key turns and clicks, while your daughter's pedaling feet wholly power this trike. There's a secret compartment under the comfortable adjusting seat to hide-away toys from older, sneaky siblings. The durably thick tires are also built for a rugged off-road trip on rougher terrain.


Cozy Coupe - 30th Anniversary
Little Tikes Cozy Coupe - 30th Anniversary

Cute for on-the-go toddlers, this foot-powered car encourages your little girl in learning important motor skills, such as turning, stopping, and moving in all directions. The high-back seat provides comfort while a rear storage compartment is perfect for those stuffed animals that just have to tag along. The best part is the car's base/floor is removable; therefore, if your tiny princess feels like riding and letting a parent push, she's free to relax in her little pink chariot.


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