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Fisher Price Riding Toys

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 1 1

The Fisher Price toys of the seventies were fun, but these Fisher Price riding toys are big fun for growing toddlers.

Big Action Dig n Ride

Big Action Dig n Ride

Even as an adult I look at this toy and think "Man, that's awesome." There are no pedals to get in the way, kids push this big guy with their feet. There are easy to use controls that steer the wheels and operate the crane. All a kid needs is the Dig n Ride and a pile of dirt for hours of fun.

Hot Wheels Lights and Sounds Trike

Hot Wheels Lights and Sounds Trike

The sounds are the revving sounds of a motor and the light are turn signals. There's also an adjustable seat (one of Fisher Prices "Grow With Me" features) so it doesn't get grown out of right away. The front wheels on these are still plastic so the children can't get too much traction which is probably a good thing.

Power Wheels

Power Wheels

Fisher Price makes countless variations of the Power Wheels. While they may look different they're really all a basic variation on a car that kids can drive. They're all battery powered, so make sure you're always charged up. Different variations include: Barbie themed Power Wheels, Cars, Thomas the Tank Engine, Super Friends, Dora the Explorer, Harley, etc. Any popular children's show or movie has likely had its logo slapped on a Power Wheel.

Fisher Price Coupe


This is what comes to mind when I consider: Fisher Price riding toys. It's easy to move but I notice most kids have trouble turning it. Most children learn to simply stand up and walk to get over small bumps in the way. Also, if a child picks up their feet, it's easy to be pushed around (thanks to an inoperable steering wheel).

Big Action Dump Truck

Big Action Dump Truck

Fisher Price is apparently interested in training the next generation of construction workers and earth mover operators. The Big Action Dump Truck has construction sounds and can play music. Of course, it also has a working dump bed. If you have two kids at the toddler age (or if your child can team up with a neighbor) I suggest investing in this and the Dig n Ride so they can get some serious yard work done. Hopefully, you can end up saving some money on expensive contractors.

Fisher Price toys have been around for quite some time and these larger toys make playing outside super fun. They have a substantial re-sale value as well so the above average prices are off-set a bit. Check their websites for just the right one for your child and have fun!



Jul 5, 2012 3:48am
Great guide to Fisher price riding toys - brings back long lost years. Very witty too
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