Yes we offer a wide range of spare parts including wheels, baskets, drink holders, nuts and bolts, etc. If you need something, please contact us. If we have it in most cases, we'll only charge you for postage.
Zoomy Push Trike Q&A
Do you offer spare parts?
Can the push trike be taken off-road?
- The trike wheels are made of rubber and filled with foam. This has the advantage of a maintenance-free wheel. One that will never puncture or require inflation.
- The wheels offer some shock absorption but naturally will not dampen bumps in the same way as air filled tyres.
- The wheels are 22cm (9") in diameter.
- We have tested the trike on dirt and gravel paths; it's easy to push and provides a comfortable ride for the child.
When assembling my trike, I've put the handlebars on backwards and can't get them off.
In this case, the button that locks the handlebars in place has most likely locked in place. To unlock it follow these steps.
- Take the front wheel off and turn the trike over so you can see into the underside of the tube with the handlebars.
- Fashion a wire hook using a coat hanger or piece of wire as shown
- Use the hook to release the button. Reach into where the button is and pull the steel tab acting as a spring and holding the button in place. Use the button that holds the wheel in place as a guide.
- Once the button is released, the handlebar can be released and then reassembled the correct way.
I'm 6 ft tall, will I be able to comfortably push the trike?
- The maximum height of the parent's push bar is 100 cm.
- In our testing a 6"3 (190cm) parent can comfortably push the trike. Someone taller would have to bend over a bit.