A Mini Fairy tricycle model has been made for very young princesses making their first steps in the knowledge of the vast world. The car moves at a low speed, allowing a child from the age of one year to have fun on educational journeys while acquiring the primary skills of driving a vehicle. The vehicle is equipped with an electronic instrument panel with a start button, front LED light, battery status indicator, horn, engine sound and MP3 input.
A motorized tricycle is much better than a bicycle. Firstly, it is very difficult to fall off the Mini Fairy model: it stands securely on three wheels and does not lose stability even during sharp turns. Secondly, while riding, the tricycle produces much less noise: its densely rubberized wheels with a textured surface provide a strong grip, do not rattle or leave scratches even on the parquet floor.
Easy to use. Intuitive controls will provide the little princess with a truly fabulous delight! The accelerator pedal, which is also a brake when released, is a simple mechanic with which the smallest children can learn to confidently drive a tricycle.
An innovative approach to detail. The square rear axle of the tricycle, made according to the original technology, is the leading one. This allows you to increase the efficiency of the engine, reduce energy consumption and make a model with only one motor powerful enough.
Child's fun is guaranteed. A large horn on the steering wheel will allow you to announce your arrival to others. Cheerful patterns are applied to the body in such a way as not to rub off or peel off. The dashboard made exactly like the original motorcycle, complements the pleasant feeling.
Italian quality is a guarantee of safety. All parts and assemblies of the tricycle are manufactured and assembled in Italy. The tight fit of the body parts excludes contact of the child with the electrical wiring inside, as well as the ingress of sand, dirt and small stones into the mechanisms. Wide footrests protect your child's legs, and the shape of the seat allows for stability during acceleration and braking.