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What's The Difference
In this Disposable Age of plastics and trends, Morgan Cycle brings to you classic ride-on toys designed and crafted to last as long as the sweet memories. On every kids wish list is a Morgan Cycle retro roadster! Morgan Cycle uses all-metal construction in their pedal car. The 1920s Retro Roadster Steel Pedal Car Ride on Toy features adjustable non-slip pedals, sealed ball bearing drive, long lasting solid rubber tires with steel wheels and a kid safe powder coat paint. Adjustable pedals for any size child. Recommended for ages 2-5 years old. Please, Adult supervision is required.
Dimensions: Length 35 Width 19 Height 20
Product weight 37 lbs.
Materials: Durable steel
Finish: Child safe, non-toxic coating
Wheels: solid rubber tires
Recommended ages: 2 to 5 years old
Adult assembly required, approx. 20 min
About Morgan Cycle
Morgan Cycle was founded by bicycle engineer Sylvester Yen, who has 2 decades experience designing and manufacturing children's bicycles for some of America's most prominent bike companies. While the industry raced to produce cheaper products, Sylvester dreamed of offering to discerning parents the most beautiful, safe and finely crafted ride-on toys.
Morgan's first product, the elegantly streamlined Morgan tricycle, was inspired by the original 1936 Van Doren design that captured the hearts of generations of Americans. Harold Van Doren was a pioneering industrial designer in the emerging American Industrial Age. "Simple solidity" is the hallmark of Van Doren's work, and his range included gas pumps for the Wayne Pump Company, refrigerators for Philco, stoves for Westinghouse, and the iconic Maytag washing machine.
Since the initial days Morgan Cycle have listened to the loyal customers and continued to design cars, scooters, bikes, sleighs, gas pumps, and more.
All Morgan models are inspired by classic designs that transcend time and fads.
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