Fisher-Price Rock, Roll ‘n Ride Trike XL

Fisher-Price Rock, Roll n Ride Tricycle    Our rating: 4,5 stars Very good

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The Fisher-Price Rock, Roll 'n Ride Trike is one of the most popular tricycles available today – it has been on the market for some time and gathered a lot of customer reviews, mostly positive.

Read our review here:



  • Three ways to ride
  • Very sturdy and balanced
  • Durable

  • Slippery plastic wheels
  • Recommended age: 18 months – 5 years (but even 12 months old can use it)
  • Dimensions: 40,5" x 19" x 32,5"

Rock, roll and ride

The main asset of this tricycle is said to be the three-ways-to-ride system. Basically there are three ways how to assemble the push handle which provide entirely different riding possibilities:

  • rock – lock it as a base for the trike and start rocking fun
  • roll – use it as a long push handle
  • ride – remove it entirely when your child is able to ride on it`s own

It has many advantages – the main one is that the tricycle grows with the kid. The recommended starting age is 18 months but you can start with the "rock" version even at 12 months. After some time just convert the base into a handle so you can comfortably stroll while your child  learns to pedal. The handle will surprise you how easy is to maneuver the trike. It will take some time until the kid is able to reach the pedals so a footrest is also present. And when children are ready to ride on their own, just remove the handle, adjust seat, flip up the footrest and riding by pedaling can begin.

This system is really the main advantage of this tricycle – provides so much fun for so long, some kids use this trike even to their 6th birthday.


Sturdy, balanced and durable

Another plus – Fisher-Price Rock, Roll 'n Ride Trike is very sturdy and durable, you can use it even for five years without main defect. Balance is also on a very high level, it`s not prone to tipping like a lot of other tricycles – which ensures the safety of your kid.

Plastic wheels

The only problem we were able to find were the plastic wheels which can be slippery on some surfaces or when riding uphill. Sometimes the kid is just spinning wheels, going nowhere – if this happens to you, wrapping rubber bands over the front wheel helps a lot.

Also when riding outside, the plastic can get scraped up – and can scratch your floors afterwards when riding indoors.

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