Hey, hey! I hope you’re all enjoying your summer and soaking it all in. We’ve been having a nice low-key summer, which is just what we’ve needed as a new family of four. One of our favorite things to do this summer has been to go to the park with the kids. Going on walks is one of the easiest and most fun things we’re able to do with a 2 1/2-year-old and a 4-month-old baby! It’s a win-win for everyone… my husband and I can relax a bit, Jace can get a good nap with the help of the fresh air, and Taya can get her energy out in the sunshine!
We recently received The Bentley 6-in-1 Stroller and Trike for Taya and it’s made our family time out and about even more fun! They were very kind in sending it over for us to try out. So far, it’s a hit all around! Mike was able to easily assemble it and the moment Taya saw it, she wanted to hop right on. It was too cute!
The Bentley Trike was designed in collaboration with the Bentley Motor Company to help elevate the style of everyday adventures with your little one. It’s modeled after the world-famous design of the Bentley Continental GT. Its features are incredible. It has a chrome emblem on the hood of the trike, replica continental GT wheels, cross-stitched padded seats, and soft leather touchpoints. It adds the right amount of luxury to parent life!
The Bentley Trike has 6 modes of use so you’re able to use it for ages 6 months and up. We’re all about gear that grows with our kids!
- STAGE 1 (6 months and up) – have the stroller seat facing you or facing forward with the seat reclined and the infant footrests deployed
- STAGE 2 (12 months and up) – have the stroller seat facing forward with the toddler footrests deployed
- Perfect for kids with legs too long for the infant footrests but not long enough to reach the pedals
- STAGE 3 (24 months and up) – toddler footrests removed with free wheel and free handlebar clutch engaged to ensure the parent retains control
- STAGE 4 (48 months and up) – backrest and parent handle removed for kids that are ready for independence & can take control of the trike on their own
Taya is a shortie like me, so while she’s 2 1/2, she can’t quite reach the pedals enough to propel the trike on her own just yet.
The Bentley Trike has a 5-point safety harness to keep your kiddo safe and comfortable. Speaking of safety, it has locking rear brakes to make sure the trike stays put when you’re stopped. The free wheel and free handle function together so you’re always in control of the trike and the direction you want to head in.
One of my personal favorite things about The Bentley Trike is how easy it is to take apart and put together. I’m a petite mama, so ease of putting gear together is highly important to me for the days when my husband’s at work and I’m out and about with the kids. The seat, free handle, and canopy all pop in and pop off into place seamlessly. It’s nice not having to wrestle to get it apart!
I’m excited to see Taya grow so she can reach the pedals and get the trike moving on her own. I know Jace is going to love riding it one day, too! Overall, we’re highly impressed. It’s the coolest little ride for my kiddos and the stroller capabilities are such a perk for me. I’m a sucker for gear that grows as my kids do and I know we’re going to get a ton of use out of The Bentley Trikes in coming years.
If you’re looking for a special gift for your toddler that they’ll be sure to love, you’ve got to look into The Bentley Trike! After all, you’re going to enjoy it, too!