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The Jeep Revolution Pedal Go-Kart Is Built To Take Your Kids Off-Road

Because not every kid lives on a quiet cul-de-sac in a leafy suburb of Cincinnati (and drives a McLaren P1), the Jeep BFR-3 Revolution Pedal Go-Kart from Dutch outdoor specialists Berg is designed to go off-road. Way off-road. As far off-road as your kid can pedal before their tiny legs get tired.

A dune buggy-style kart for kids 5+, the Revolution is built rough and tumble (no doubt for future Wrangler owners) with 15-inch all-terrain tires, double ball-bearing steering, back-pedal brakes, and swing axle suspension to handle the roughest of road conditions. Since pedaling through mud and muck can be hard work for a 5-year-old, the BFR-3 Revolution boasts 3 gears to make it easier. Since kids don’t always follow directions and may make a wrong turn at that fallen tree down by the creek, there’s also a reverse gear. It’s even tricked out with rear (and optional front) mudguards to keep all the slop from kicking up along the way.

Jeep BFR-3 Revolution Go-Kart
Not unlike the battery-operated Telsa Model S, you can customize your Jeep BFR-3 Revolution with any number of options ranging from a roll bar, spare tire, or sport steering wheel, to heavy duty brake pads, floodlights, and even a passenger seat — so at least there’ll be another pair of tiny legs to pedal that damn thing home at the end of the day.

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Fatherly IQ
  1. When shopping for toys, what's the most important quality you look for?
    That it's fun.
    That it is educational.
    That it will keep my child's attention.
    That it won't drive me insane.
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