Fisher Price Trike Recall

The U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission announced today that Mattel’s Fisher-Price is recalling some of their Children’s Trikes due to a protruding pretend key that can reportedly cause injury to kids if they sit or fall on it.

Fisher Price Trike Recall

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Fisher Price Trike Recall announcement states:

A child can strike, sit or fall on the protruding plastic ignition key resulting in serious injury, including genital bleeding.


CPSC and Fisher-Price are aware of 10 reports of incidents resulting in injury. Six of the incidents required medical attention after young girls, ages two to three years old, fell against or on the protruding disc-shaped and D-shaped pretend key.

The recall is not on all Fisher Price Trikes and specifically covers trikes with protruding keys just in front of the seat as seen in the picture below. These toys are intended for kids 2 to 5 years old with a maximum allowable weight of 55 pounds.

Fisher Price Trike Recall Key

What models are included in the Fisher Price Trike Recall?

This list contains the models included in the Fisher Price Trike Recall.

  • 72633 Hot Wheels™ Trike
  • 72639 Barbie™ Free Spirit Trike
  • 72642 Lil’ Kawasaki Trike
  • 72643 Boys Tough Trike
  • 72644 Girls Tough Trike
  • 72792 Kawasaki Trike
  • B8775 Kawasaki Tough Trike
  • B8776 Barbie™ Tough Trike
  • K6672 Nick Jr./Dora the Explorer Tough Trike
  • K6673 Go Diego Go!™ Tough Trike
  • M5727 Barbie™ Tough Trike Princess Ride-On
  • N6021 Kawasaki Tough Trike
  • T6209 Thomas & Friends™ Tough Trike
  • V4270 Go Diego Go!™ Tough Trike

Fisher Price Trike Recall Toy Recalls

The official list can be found at Mattel’s Fisher Price Trike Recall web page.

What Fisher Price Trike Models Are NOT Part of The Recall?

Trikes without the pretend key feature in front of the seat are not included in this recall. The Fisher Price Trike Recall does not include trikes with the key feature on the handlebars either.

The products below are NOT included in this recall.

  • Lights and Sounds Trikes
  • Rock, Roll ‘n Ride Trike
  • Grow-With-Me Trikes
  • Action Sounds Trike
  • Push ‘n Pedal Trike

What To Do Next If You Own One Of The Recalled Fisher Price Trikes

The Official Recall Announcement states that the immediate remedy is for:

Consumers should immediately place the trikes out of children’s reach and contact Fisher-Price for a free replacement key.

If you have one of the affected trike models you can go to the official Fisher Price Trike Recall Information page where you will find additional information on this recall and exact instructions on what to do next.

You can also contact Fisher-Price directly by phone at (800) 432-5437 between 9 am and 6 pm Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.

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