The Holidays are almost here and what a better gift to give your little one than one of the fun Ride on Toys from GiGGO Toys! These beautiful miniature models of the real thing are the perfect way for your little to enjoy some fun play time! Based out of Long Island, New York, GiGGo Toys designs, manufactures, and distributes 6 & 12 volt battery ride-on toys for children ages 2-8. Their entire mission is to bring fun toys to kids! They encourage kids of all ages to enjoy life, play safely outside, and most importantly to be kind to one another. Within the past year they’ve rolled out a number of ride-ons, including their fun Li'l Tankster and now the gorgeous Red/White two(2) tone Little Vintage Indian Motorcycle Ride On!
Styled in homage to the 1948 Indian Chief motorcycle with skirted fenders and an exposed engine block, this ride-on features stabilizer wheels to ensure safe forward and reverse travel. Working front and rear lights paired with awesome engine sounds make it just like the real thing, and a safety shutoff prevents the battery from overcharging. This fun ride-on toy is recommended for ages 2 to 4 years old, with a weight limit of 55 pounds. Check out the fun video below to see how fun this ride on toy can be!
Pre order one for your little one before the holidays here! Or check out one of their many gorgeous ride on toys here! The wonderful people at GiGGo Toys want to give one of my readers their very own Little Vintage Indian Motorcycle in the new two toned color! All you have to do is enter to win below! Giveaway ends on 11/25 at 11:59pm EST. Open to US only! Good luck!
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