The Compact Trike You’ll Want to Take Everywhere
Whether you’re cruising around the local mall, the airport or the streets of a busy city, the Liki Trike will keep your child safe and happy for hours at a time…
Have you been considering suspending all travel plans until your child starts school because they’re impossible to contain? When they’re small, they try to wriggle out of the baby carrier. And when they can walk, they refuse to sit in their stroller for more than five minutes or run off in the opposite direction!
Enter Liki, the world’s most compact folding trike. It folds and unfolds in a matter of seconds, and it can easily fit in the trunk of your car or in the overhead bin of an airplane. YES, it travels! Best of all, kids love cruising around in it! Instead of being strapped into a stroller, they feel like they’re getting a piece of the action in their zippy trike.
Liki grows with your child thanks to its four phases:
Parent mode (10-18 months): Featuring a five-point harness, backrest, footrest, protective bar, parent control bar and UV sun protection canopy, Liki is as safe as a stroller in this mode.
Push mode (18-24 months): When your child is ready, remove the protective bar and canopy to reveal a more streamlined Liki. Both you and your child can navigate it with the dual steering system.
Tricycle mode (24-30 months): It’s time to add the pedals and give your child the full trike experience. But don’t sweat it – you’re still in control behind the scenes thanks to the parent control bar.
Bike mode (30-36 months): Say goodbye to the parent control bar and the high backrest. Your little one is ready to pedal their sleek Liki bike on their own!
From short excursions in your local area to trips around the world, the Liki Trike makes any outing a breeze.
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