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A big-wheel trike with dual inclined rear-caster wheels. The Rip Rider's casters provide resistance-free drifting.

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Pros

It only takes about 15-20 minutes to assemble.

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You can do all kinds of tricks on this bike. A very fun and exciting big wheel for children.

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It is very easy to ride.

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Cons

The mechanism in the wheels stripped after one week.

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The Razor Rip-Rider tips easily.

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The bolts holding the front tire on come loose frequently.

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It does not have an adjustable seat.

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The Rip Rider 360 Drifting Ride-On is a big-wheel trike with dual inclined rear-caster wheels. The Rip Rider's casters provide resistance-free drifting and spinning action. It has large pneumatic front wheel pedals. It also features a steel frame with a double crown fork design.

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Features

  • Drifting and spinning big-wheel trike
  • Pneumatic front wheel
  • Dual inclined rear-casters
  • Steel frame
  • Double crown fork
  • MX-Style handlebar
  • For children ages 5 and up 
  • 6-month warranty
  • 3-piece crank
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About Razor USA

Razor was founded in 2000 and is based in Cerritos, California. They are known for their scooters and ride-ons. The company has won many awards for their products. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is there any difference between the Riprider and the FLASH RIDER?

    The Flash Rider has a lever that lowers and creates "sparks" on the riding surface.

  • Is this 3 wheeler too small for a 13 year old who is 5'8"?

    He will be too tall for it but can probably still manage to ride it. The weight limit is 160 lbs.

  • Does the Razor 360 have adjustable seats?

    No, the seats are not adjustable.

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