Kids’ ride-on cars & bikes for 5 to 8 years old  — freedom on wheels

At, we know how much fun kids have zooming around, which is why we've filled our shelves with a fantastic range of ride-on toys for kids aged 5 to 8 years old. Picture your child's excitement as they hop into their very own two-seater sports car or embark on an adventure in a rugged all-terrain quad vehicle. Each of our kids' ride-on cars is packed with features like real engine sounds, working headlights and even MP3 players to keep the tunes rolling as they ride.

Ready to give your child a ride they won't forget? We’ve got a selection of kids' ride-on toys for 5 to 8-year-olds ready to ship today, so you don't have to wait to bring a smile to their faces.

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Browse today and find the perfect ride-on toy for children aged 5 to 8. With quick shipping options, customisable features like custom plating and a wide range of vehicles, the perfect playtime addition is just a click away. Whether you’re looking for ride-on cars for kids aged 5 to 8, or for younger infants and toddlers aged 1 to 2 or 2 to 5 years, or something different like a Segway scooter or more robust trucks, we've got it all.

Don’t wait — shop today and watch your little one take off on their next big adventure.


Are ride-on cars and bikes safe for children aged 5 to 8 years old?

Yes, our ride-on cars for kids aged 5 to 8 years old are designed with safety in mind. They come equipped with features such as durable construction, stable designs, speed limits and safety belts in certain models to ensure a safe riding experience for children between 5 and 8 years old.

What is the ideal size and weight capacity for ride-on cars and bikes for 5 to 8-year-olds?

Our ride-on toys for kids between 5 and 8 years old typically accommodate children up to a maximum weight of around 88 pounds (40 kilograms). The dimensions of the vehicles are crafted to comfortably fit children within this age and weight range, ensuring a safe and comfortable ride.

Are these vehicles suitable for outdoor use?

Absolutely! Our ride-on cars and bikes are designed for both indoor and outdoor play. They are equipped with durable tyres that can handle various terrains, making them perfect for backyard adventures or park outings.

Do kids’ ride-on cars and bikes require assembly?

Our ride-on vehicles usually require some assembly. Each product comes with a detailed manual that provides step-by-step instructions to ensure a smooth setup process.

How do I choose between electric and non-electric ride-on vehicles?

Choosing between electric and non-electric models depends on your child’s age, maturity and where they will be using the vehicle. Electric models are great for easy riding with less effort, suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, whereas non-electric models can be a better choice for physical activity and simpler mechanics.

Can ride-on cars and bikes be used indoors?

Yes, many of our ride-on vehicles are suitable for indoor use, especially the non-electric models, which are quieter and typically smaller in size. Just ensure there is a safe, spacious area for your child to navigate around.

How long do the batteries last in electric ride-on vehicles?

Battery life in our electric ride-on vehicles varies by model, but typically you can expect several hours of play on a single charge. Recharge times and longevity depend on the battery size, which varies based on the ride-on vehicle of your child’s choice and the type of usage.

Are there any maintenance tips for prolonging the lifespan of ride-on cars and bikes?

To extend the lifespan of your ride-on vehicle, store it in a cool, dry place, regularly check and tighten loose parts and keep the battery charged according to the manufacturer's instructions. Cleaning the vehicle regularly to remove dirt and debris also helps maintain its condition.

Are there any safety precautions parents should take when children are using ride-on cars and bikes?

It is important to always supervise your children when they are using ride-on vehicles, whether they are 5 or 8. Make sure they wear appropriate safety gear such as helmets and knee pads, and teach them to be aware of their surroundings, especially when riding near roads or on uneven surfaces.

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