Thanks to a gift from their grandparents now our girls can join in a classic american tradition that I could not put into words better than the company itself...
From the Radio Flyer Website:
"Like the Original Red Wagon that lent our company its name, Radio Flyer has become an American Classic. From humble beginnings, Radio Flyer has been rediscovered with each new generation — creating a legacy of toys that continue to spark the imagination.
For over 90 years, millions of children have played with Radio Flyer wagons launching countless voyages of imagination. Their beauty, simplicity, and standards of safety encourage adventure, discovery, and the wonders of childhood.
As the new millennium gains momentum, we’re still in the driver’s seat… Creating tomorrow’s innovative products with the same classic quality and sheer sense of play that have been our trademarks from the beginning. Radio Flyer wagons are truly icons of Americana."
Did you know? "Antonio Pasin's (creator of these wagons) wagons captured the spirit of the times. He named his first steel wagon the Radio Flyer, after his fascination with the invention of the radio by fellow Italian, Guglielmo Marconi; and Flyer, which reflected his wonderment of flight."