My youngest son (now 2 years old) received a”Radio Flyer Soft Rock and Bounce Pony” from his grandparents last Christmas. He loves it; he calls it his “rock heesee”!
When we sit and watch television in the evenings and that is where you will find him, rockin’ on his heesee. It rocks and bounces, has easy to grip handles, and crinkly ears. He loves to rock, bounce, stand, and even ride side-saddle. He looks at us with a huge smile as if anticipating our approval. He’s a real trickster!
This is not the rocking horse you had as a child. No, this one is new and improved. It is covered with a soft, removable washable cover. It has rubber “springs,” soft plastic handles, and a durable plastic frame. It is low to the ground, so your toddler can climb on and off on his/ her own and GO!
We have a Radio Flyer Classic Red Wagon and a Radio Flyer Tricycle that we have had since my 16 year old son was about a year old. I have 6 children, they have been passed from child to child and is now being used by my 2-year old. They have all loved being pulled around in the wagon and riding the tricycle.
Radio Flyer products are very high quality, and well-made. They make some of my favorite toys that last a lifetime. There are not many toys made these days you can pass down from child to child and have them survive.
Radio Flyer Classic Toys:
Radio Flyer is a brand I call a “Tried and True American Toy Company.” It’s been around for a long time and has stood the test of time. The company has been in business since 1917, when a man by the name of Antonio Pasin started by building wooden toy wagons in Chicago.
The company was first named “Liberty Coaster Company” in 1923 then renamed “Radio Steel and Manufacturing” in 1930. The company is most known for its red wagon called the “Radio Flyer.”
Today, the company creates many toys other than the “Radio Flyer.” They mostly stick to the “classics” such as; wagons, cars, rockets, bumper cars, trikes, bikes, scooters, rocking horses, accessories, and more.