Radio flyers

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Just wondering.

What's the point in these red trolleys? Are they just useful for transporting the armfuls of trash you pick up at shows? :?
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I thought the same until having 2 young kids!. The younger one goes in the pushchair and older uses the radioflyer! He thinks it is great fun

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I see most people transporting there Booz around in them to try and make it look less Chav lol
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Booze hauler and tired child hauler,used on my elderly dog as well :-)problem is what do you do for the rest of the year, although if you kneel in it and reverse the handle, mine makes a really dangerous go cart.
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Marvelwear wrote: if you kneel in it and reverse the handle, mine makes a really dangerous go cart.
I'm starting to get it now :lol:
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Marvelwear wrote:Booze hauler and tired child hauler,used on my elderly dog as well :-)problem is what do you do for the rest of the year, although if you kneel in it and reverse the handle, mine makes a really dangerous go cart.
Not as dangerous as mine
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I was awaiting you. Go kart legend! Have you tried a flyer, there terrifiying mate, tiller steering :lol:
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My boys love jumping into there little red wagon.

Also stops me having to carry all the picnic stuff and pulling my neck 8) :roll:







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I didn't have one until I went to Brighton Breeze, but having gone in the car and parked in the multi storey, once I'd bought 2 wheels and tyres, a picnic set, over riders, towel rails, a windscreen and seal amongst other things, I thought it would be a good idea.

It was.

But it's a blue Sears 500GT 8)

JUST GOTTA BE NICHE :wink: :lol:

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Mine was a lifesaver at camperjam last year for getting the hounds about the trade area.

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Kept them clean which is important when they are sleeping in the bus too!

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paul_f wrote:I thought the same until having 2 young kids!. The younger one goes in the pushchair and older uses the radioflyer! He thinks it is great fun

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We use ours a lot!

Generally for the kids....

Sleeping...

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Pulling them along...

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Even used it to take the kids to school when it was snowing!

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Radio Flyers are very useful when your van just isn't big enough for the kids AND all the crap that comes with them.

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Robbo wrote:Radio Flyers are very useful when your van just isn't big enough for the kids AND all the crap that comes with them.

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No seatbelts,that's just dangerous!!! :roll:
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^^^ jeez, louise, papa cheese!! Someone call social services :lol:
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