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Big Wheel Wagons
- A Big Wheel is a type of tricycle, usually made of plastic, with an oversized front wheel, that rides very low to the ground.
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- (wagon) any of various kinds of wheeled vehicles drawn by an animal or a tractor
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- (wagon) police van: van used by police to transport prisoners
- A vehicle used for transporting goods or another specified purpose
- A four-wheeled trailer for agricultural use, or a small version of this for use as a child's toy
big wheel wagons - Radio Flyer
Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon Red
The popular Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon combines durability, comfort, and safety in a compact package pleasing to both kids and adults. The well-designed, award winning wagon features cup holders and flip-up seats that support children's backs. The seats can be put down when hauling stuff around. Parents will appreciate the safety belts, storage compartment, and long handle for easy pulling. Designed for up to two children ages one and one-half years and older, the Pathfinder also has front axles designed for safe, no-tip turning.
Ages: 18 months+
What We Think
Ease of assembly:
The Good: Safety belts, non-tip turning, and cup holders.
The Challenging: Can be hard to pull if fully loaded, or could be too big to fit in compact cars (check the wagon dimensions if you plan to travel with it).
In a Nutshell: A popular, award-winning, and durable wagon that will entertain your children for years.
The Radio Flyer's seats flip out, letting kids be comfortable as they ride. View larger.
Flip up Seats to Give Kids a Comfy Ride; Flip Seats Down for More Storage
Winner of awards including the National Parenting Publications Gold Award and the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio's Gold Seal Award, the Pathfinder is smaller than the Radio Flyer's Ultimate Family Wagon, but still roomy. Two kids can ride comfortably, or one child can ride with plenty of extra room for storage. Even three smaller kids might be able to ride in this versatile wagon (but keep in mind there are only two seat belts).
The flip-up seats provide back support for the young ones, but don't recline, which would be nice for sleepy kids. The Pathfinder is made of sturdy plastic, in Radio Flyer's trademark red color. Assembling the wagon is fairly easy, but it does take a little time to get it right, and you should follow the illustrated instructions carefully.
A Classic Wagon Just Gets Better
Radio Flyer has been making wagons since 1923. Besides good, old-fashioned durability and great design, this solid wagon offers plenty of extras, including cup holders, an extra long handle, and flip-up seats. Safety features such as seat belts and non-tip turning are popular features for parents. The roominess of the Pathfinder means you can haul a lot of kids and toys, but beware, when fully loaded, it can get heavy.
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What's in the Box
Wagon with 4 cup holders; two child seat belts; 4 wheels, parts for assembling wheels, and instructions.
The wagon comes with drink holders, ideal for longer trips. View larger.
Seatbelts ensure that every ride is a safe ride. View larger.
Mercedes Benz SLK Big Wheels - The Millennium Mercedes
Mercedes Benz Classic Car Center, Irvine, California. This is acopy of the link provided by Koich: "The Millennium Mercedes is a one-of-a-kind vehicle developed and built for Jim Rogers and Paige Parker for a historic, three-year journey around the world, which began Jan. 1, 1999 and ended Jan. 5, 2002. This first true All Activity Vehicle combines the comfort and styling attributes of the Mercedes-Benz SLK 230 sports car with the sturdy durability of the legendary Mercedes-Benz G-Series wagon. It helped Paige and Jim set a Guinness World Record. The couple's dream of traveling in a luxurious, sporty convertible that also provided the ultimate in safety and ruggedness was realized by California-based Gerhard Steinle and his team at Prisma Design International. Steinle is the former President of Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design of North America who founded his own design studio in 1997. Rogers developed the concept of merging a sports car body with the chassis and diesel engine of the G-series, four-wheel-drive, sport utility wagon, also known as Der Gelaendewagen. The two cars needed for the operation, together with a second long-wheelbase G-wagon which joined the adventure as a support vehicle were donated by Mercedes-Benz of North America in a tribute to the unprecedented success of the Three-Pointed Star in the US market at the turn of the millennium. It took three months to create an automobile worthy its "Millennium" nametag. The team not only had to link the mechanical components, but also deal with the much greater challenge of connecting the vastly different computer and electronic systems. The "Millennium" is powered by the proven, reliable 177 hp 3-litre G-Series Turbodiesel six-cylinder engine and comes with a five-speed automatic transmission and a four-wheel-drive powertrain. For road clearance, the Sunburst Yellow body rides a full foot higher than the stock SLK. Specially designed full fender flaring and a step-up rocker system visually blend the hybrid's two characters giving it a unique identity. Prisma designed a matching trailer since extra storage capacity is needed for a trip like this. Metalcrafters manufactured the trailer. Bridgestone supplied 265/60R-18 Dueler tires that come on original Mercedes G500 18X7.5 alloy wheels. The integration of a brand new Iridium satellite communications system with the car phones provided by Motorola helped keep the couple in contact with the world. The Iridium system allows unlimited access to 66 satellites around the world at any time of day. Alpine supplied a navigation system and its disks for nine countries in Europe. Prisma designed a matching trailer for extra storage capacity. The special two-wheeled utility trailer echoes the lines of the original SLK and probably is probably the most charming accessory of this challenging undertaking."
big boy toys - Rice Harvest ~ Rancho Esquon
The large bankout wagons that are used to bring the rice out of the fields from the combine to the waiting truck trailers remind me of the Tonka trucks my son played with when he was young. The combines and bankout wagons were working in a flurry of non-stop activity last Saturday, harvesting the rice, moving it from the field to the trailers, then off to the on-sight rice dryer at Rancho Esquon. This year's harvest is behind due to late planting and cooler than normal temperatures. More rain is predicted in the next few days which will continue to hamper the efforts. The moisture content of the rice is an important factor in determining optimum time for harvesting each field.
big wheel wagons
Give your preschool builder a building set to go. This pull-along wagon contains 25 brightly colored, heavy-duty plastic pieces. Little "workers" can carry their cargo to the next job site, and begin building structures either on or off the Mega Bloks wagon. Chunky pieces are ideal for small hands. Measures 18"L x 12"W x 12"H.
For the toddler who's just discovering construction toys, the Mega Blocks Wagon is a simple way to take building materials from site to site. Topped with a sturdy plastic handle, the wagon is just over a foot high and runs on four 6-inch plastic wheels. Inside are 25 assorted Mega Blocks. The side of the wagon has a row of Mega Blocks knobs, so grand structures can be created right on the top of the wagon. --Richard Farr