Doona Liki Trike S3 Review

Doona Liki Trike S3

Is your little one getting bored sitting in a stroller? It happens as toddlers start trying to find their independence. Your toddler isn’t quite ready for a tricycle but doesn’t like always being confined to a stroller. Doona Liki has the answer for busy parents with their foldable Trike S3.

The Trike S3 is a versatile trike, going from parent and push mode to a tricycle and bicycle at the push of a button. It has the safety features parents look for, and it also folds down for easy storage. If you want more information, keep reading our Donna Like Trike S3 review. (>>> Check on

Doona Liki Trike S3 Review of Specifications:

Doona Liki Trike S3
Maximum child weight44lbs
Age range10 months - 3 years
Collapsed dimensions (LxWxH)12.5 x 23.6 x 9.1 inches
Unfolded dimensions (LxWxH)24 x 13 x 10 inches
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Safety Features

It doesn’t matter which mode it is in the Trike S3 from Doona Liki comes with plenty of safety features.

In parent, push, and tricycle mode, you have complete control of the trike. It comes with a parent control bar. A five-point safety harness keeps active toddlers in the seat, and the pedal straps keep little feet firmly in place.


The Trike S3 grows with your child from 10 months up to three years. To withstand years of use, it needs a durable construction. It’s not a problem for the Doona Liki foldable trike.

It’s constructed from rust-proof aluminum. You don’t have to worry about the weather weakening the frame. Add in polymers reinforced with high-grade fibers, and the Trike S3 can handle almost any adventure your toddler rides into. It also comes with durable wheels that can handle smooth and bumpy terrain.


  • Designed for little ones’ ages ten months to three years.
  • Durable construction
  • Four modes
  • Easy storage
  • Multiple safety features


  • The wheels can collect and track dirt into vehicle trunks and other storage areas

Ease of Use

Weighing a little over 13lbs (6kg), it’s not a struggle getting the Trike S3 into your vehicle. A quick press of the button instantly collapses the trike into a size that fits easily into your vehicle’s trunk or a storage closet. When you are ready to use it, push a button, and it quickly unfolds.

The stroller/trike also boasts a slim design. It’s ideal for navigating narrow sidewalks and store aisles. A dual steering system ensures you can also take control, even when you are in trike mode. Bike mode does not come with a parent control bar.


Any parent knows their toddler isn’t going to use anything that isn’t comfortable. It’s not an issue with the Trike S3. Regardless of the mode you are using, your little one will stay comfortable.

All of the modes come with a backrest. It is lower in bike mode. The footrest, when you are in parent or push mode, gives little legs plenty of comfortable support. Padded shoulder pads on the five-point harness prevent chafing from the straps. Even the armrests come with soft padding.

Parents will appreciate the cup holder. It’s ideal for keeping bottles or sippy cups within easy reach.

Consumer Impressions

Doona Liki Trike S3 folded

With its four different modes, parents love how the Trike S3 grows with their toddlers. They also like how the tricycle and bike modes start teaching their little ones how to safely pedal, getting them ready for big kid tricycles. Its durable construction is another bonus consumers appreciate, along with how easy it is to fold and open back up. Steering in parent (stroller) mode is harder. Some parents report having to keep two hands on the handle while pushing the Trike S3.


The Doona Liki Trike S3 grows with your toddler, up to three years or 44lbs (20kg) (>>> Find on Amazon). It’s a breeze to use in any of the four modes and just as easy to fold down. The Trike S3 also comes in one piece, so you don’t have to worry about assembly.

You can keep your toddler engaged on your excursions and start teaching them how to balance and pedal. Before you know it, your child will be ready to start riding their first big kid tricycle.

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