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Smart Gear Black Stallion Riding Toy : Worlds First Simulated Riding Toy for kids Age 4-9 Years ride-on medium

Item# SPM8769458626 | Model# N4183 | Added on November 11, 2016 |
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Smart Gear Black Stallion Riding Toy : Worlds First Simulated Riding Toy for kids Age 4-9 Years ride-on medium
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PonyCycle is the worlds First Simulated Riding Toy that doesnt rely on batteries or electricity, but on the child's own power. Instead of traditional Rocking Horses and Spring Horses which keep the rider in one spot, PonyCycle allows the child to ride wherever they want, making them feel just like theyre on a real horse. By gently bouncing up and down in the saddle, the child makes the head and legs move forward and backward, propelling the PonyCycle forward in a galloping motion. One of the best things about the PonyCycle is that not only does it make a wonderful toy, its also a great form of exercise. When children move on their PonyCycle they train a specific group of muscles, meaning that they grow stronger and healthier while having a great time! Riding on a PonyCycle is completely safe. Its best to find flat, solid ground. Hills should be avoided, PonyCycles dont have brakes. Its better not to ride on bumpy surfaces. Never leave a child unsupervised while riding. Wheels do not roll backwards. Make your childs dream come true and enjoy seeing the joy on their face.Color : MultiSize : LargeFeatures : KID FRIENDLY - Riding Toy that Moves Forward in a Galloping Motion. FUN - This Toy Simulates Riding On A Real Pony Also Steers Left and Right. FEATURES - Kid powered ride-on PonyCycle is For Indoor/Outdoor Use, Boys and Girls to Ride Whenever they Want CLASSIC - Like a Classic Rocking Horse Toy with a New Twist. It Moves! Exciting! SAFETY - No Batteries, No electric, ... read more
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