Pedal Cars & Ride On Toys

You'll love our great range of pedal cars & other ride on toys. Perfect for both indoor and outdoor play. Check out our extensive range below!

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38 Results




38 Results

HipKids Classic Steel Bike with Wicker Basket White

HipKids Classic Steel Bike with Wicker Basket

Includes wicker basket & training wheels


HipKids 3 Wheel Scooter w/ Wicker Basket

HipKids 3 Wheel Scooter w/ Wicker Basket


Aeroplane Ride on / Rocker
2 in 1 Steel Trike / Balance Bike vintage white

2 in 1 Steel Trike / Balance Bike

Easily converts from trike to balance bike


Ride On Steel Racer Push Car Red

Ride On Steel Racer Push Car

Classic speedster styling from the 1930s


HipKids Matt Bike Helmet Vintage White
Low Stock

HipKids Matt Bike Helmet

Can be personalised with your child's name


HipKids 12 Inch Pedal Bike and Helmet Bundle Vintage White
HipKids Rocking Horses Brown
Kids Steel Toy Ride-On Excavator
Brown Ride On Walking Toy Horse Pony - Large
Ride On Steel Vintage Pedal Car Yellow
Low Stock
Mini Micro Deluxe Scooters Pink

Mini Micro Deluxe Scooters


Classic Pedal Fire Truck
Low Stock
White Ride on Walking Toy Horse Unicorn - Small
Wishbone Bike 3 IN 1 Original-
Wishbone mini flip ride on rocker Aqua

Wishbone mini flip ride on rocker


Vintage Pedal Car Black
Low Stock

Vintage Pedal Car

All time favourite ride on pedal car


HipKids Steel Toy Road Sign - Value Pack
Wishbone Flip Red
Kids Concept Rocking horse Neo Mammoth

Pedal Cars & Ride On Toys

Pedal Cars, Ride On Cars & Other Ride Ons Boys and girls, start your engines! HipKids ride on toys for...

What is a kid’s ride on a toy?

This classic children’s toy can come in many different types, from pedal cars, trucks and scooters to ride on animals and rocking horses. Simply put, a ride on a toy is designed to have your child sit atop or inside and then typically by using foot pedals, they are able to move forward at their own pace.

What are the benefits of a kid’s ride on a toy?

Besides being a fun form of exercise for your child, ride on toys can actually help your little one in an incredible number of ways. Children have powerful imaginations that should be nurtured and as they take their ride on toys on little journeys, they lose themselves in a world they’ve come up with all on their own. With their ride on toy your child will also develop both fine and gross motor skills as they learn to navigate hurdles and problem solve all by themselves. 

Watch as their balance and coordination becomes stronger every time they hop on their favourite ride on a toy. Playing in this way also encourages a sense of independence and the more they ride, the stronger their confidence and sense of self will become. Better yet, a lot of these skills they are learning are transferable, making things easier for them when the time comes to start riding a proper bicycle and one day — a car!

Are rides on toys safe?

Of course, the chances of your child hurting themselves on a scooter are likely to be higher than if they were playing with a puzzle indoors. However, this doesn’t mean that ride-on toys aren’t safe and should be avoided. 

In fact, letting your little one take risks is an important part of their development and there are always plenty of measures you can implement to minimise these risks. This can be done by making sure your child is supervised, teaching them how to operate their ride on toys properly and providing them with an environment clear from potential dangers like stairs. Lean into the possibility of a few bumps and realise that by picking them up, dusting them off and encouraging them to keep going, you’re instilling them with the resilience they’ll come to rely on later in life.

How do I choose a kid’s ride on toys?

Whether your little one is an aspiring equestrian or car-obsessed, with HipKids extensive collection of kid’s rides on toys, there is something to bring a smile to every child’s face. An important factor to consider when selecting a ride on a toy for your child is their age and abilities. For example, if you want to purchase a toy horse for your child, a Ponycycle is best suited to older children aged four to nine, whereas a hobby horse or a rocking horse is a great choice for children aged one to six years. 

A clever option if you have multiple children of similar ages is to invest in a model that’s suited to group play like a two-seater truck or scooter set. Before you buy, be sure to check the ride on toy’s specifications and age recommendations. For any questions, feel free to get in contact with us and we’ll make sure your little one drives away happy!