Does PonyCycle work on carpet?


Sure PonyCycle ride-on toy can work on carpet. And it can even go over the dining room carpet, although it is a little more challenging to push forward on it than the floor.



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Where Can I play my PonyCycle ride-on toy?

Can I play PonyCycle In door?

Your child can explore, integrate the PonyCycle into games and playtime, and generally just get more comfortable with the PonyCycle without wind, snow and cold. Hardwood, tile, vinyl and low pile carpet surfaces all work- obviously, be careful that the PonyCycle is not near any staircases or other dangers.



Can I play my PonyCycle outdoor?

Spending more time inside, with wild kiddos, is the reality for most of us these days. Usually when the days are longer and warmer, we start excitedly pulling pogo sticks, baseball bats, bikes, PonyCylce and other ride-on or outdoor toy out of the shed to prepare for picnics and barbeques. This year things are definitely different. Luckily, PonyCycle are fun to ride both outdoors and indoors. So, go ahead and get it out anyway.

But also be careful about the following place: lawn and sloping fields. PonyCycle can work on the lawn, but the riding experience is not good.

PonyCycle also can work on the sloping fields, but for kid’s safety consideration, please don’t play on sloping fields.

You can take PonyCycle outdoors but it's not meant to be left outside, so just be sure to park it in your 'corral' when you're done with your ride, 'pardner!



How to clean the outdoor toy?


Also you can bring it back indoor after playing outside, while you need to wipe its wheels before bring it indoor. You can clean the wheels with the wet towel. Be sure there’s no fine sand be taken to your room and scratch the floor. Ride on toys in door using tips: Nonwax furniture polish helps restore the shine to dulled plastic as well as minimize the appearance of scratches. It is a good idea to spray some disinfectant on.



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How does PonyCycle work?

Differences between Model E, X and U