N’s not big on playing with cars. Give him tractors, lorries, quad bikes, trains and he’s happy though.
When I spotted these Micro Riderz Loop and Jump sets, I knew these would be hours of fun for him, and probably lots of other children.
The Micro Riderz are only 4.5cm long, but are really speedy. If they were scaled up, the equivalent speeds of up to 470mph! To make them go, you just rev them up and let go, with them able to reach up to 60 metres distance.
They also do tricks. You just build the course you want – the sets include loop and ramps (and 2 bikes), and enjoy having fun. To be honest, I reckon my 36 year old brother would love these as much as N!
They’d be great for Christmas presents, and I’m already thinking about the December to February birthday party rush. These could be added to my birthday present stash that I’m struggling to keep hidden from N.
A set costs £9.99 from Red5, but if you’re too impatient, I’ve been given 3 Micro Riderz loop and jump sets to giveaway for my readers. So just enter via the rafflecopter widget – answering the question in the comments for the mandatory entry and one of the 3 sets could be yours in time for Christmas.
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- Giveaway closes 11.59pm 1st November 2015
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- There are 3 prizes of Micro Riderz jump and loop sets. The prize may vary from the photo
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Disclosure: I’ve been given 3 sets to giveaway.
A football – I’d spend countless hours in the local parks!
I loved my Barbie doll
My Julip horses because I was horse mad and desperately wanted my own but I wasn’t even able to ride so that was as close as I could get!
My carebear rainbow lion.
My little pony. They were cute and I always wanted a real pony!
My carebear rainbow lion.
My paper dolls…made by my friend and I, we’d spend hours designing outfits for them! My son would love to win this great prize!
I loved my ladybird pram!! And my pull along snoopy dog with the springy tail xx
my furby, i loved trying to get him to say new things
I used to love My Little Pony, used to want my own horse so think these we meant to keep me occupied 🙂
My old roller skates. Nothing like the fancy boots you see these days but loved them.
My bike. I loved being out on it as much as possible.
fisher price tree house spent hours playing with it,was awesome
My Barbie, Sindy & Ken dolls
I loved my purple Budgie bike
I got a doll for Christmas when I was 3.5 years old and I loved her, she had hair, eye lashes, smelled of vanilla and shed move her head when you squeezed her, very high tech in mid 80’s x
My care bear teddy
I use to have hours of fun with my bubbles & Major Morgan, showing my age heehee
I still have my Major Morgan!
I had a little doll that fit in my pocket, it had a pull string and said lots of different things. I have no idea what they were called but i loved mine
i loved my little pony as there were so many different ones to collect and play with
Lego – you can just make so much with it
steve austin six million dollar man (action man )
I loved my robot dog
My action man bit of a tomboy
mine was a plastic ladybird pushchair that was green, yellow with a red & black spotty hood, it was great I used to to transport and push around all my dolls and teddies 🙂
I loved anything lego so i could build new toys
Thomas the tank train set – such personality in those trains.
My fave toy was my cabbage patch dollmy gran brought it back from canada when i was 4 and i loved her. She went everywhere with me, i think my mum still has her in the loft ☺
Barbie – loved pretending to be her and dressing her up!
Had to be Spirograph x
My girls world I absolutely loved her
Lego because I could make so many things
I loved my Etch-a-Sketch because it was fun to try and make circles from straight lines
My favourite toy was my dolls house. I would spend hours re-arranging the furniture and decorations and then could while away many an afternoon playing with the family and inventing stories and lives for them!
My teddy ‘Bill’ we used to play lots of board games together and sometimes he’d beat me! He is a bit raggy now with buttons for eyes, but I still have him.
My Etch-A-Sketch, I loved drawing when I was younger, I wish I was so creative now x
Lego because you could build all sorts of different things with it.
I loved my cabbage patch dolls – I would create scenarios with them for hours on end.
I loved My Little Ponys, because who didn’t want a pony as a child! I had soooo many and then my little sister gave them a haircut 🙁
I loved my Sindy dolls as they were great to play with all my friends.
Loved my doll’s house. Mum and Dad had it made for me and it was huge!
I loved my cabbage patch doll, Mandy because she came with a birth certificate. x
A dressing up nursing costume where I looked after everyone, even if they weren’t I’ll, they had to pretend
I loved my roller skates. I used to think people were really impressed with how fast I was was on them when actually I was pretty average lol
I didn’t have many toys but I loved a big old doll’s house that was passed down to me from my cousin 🙂
My ladybug pram – it’s the only one I remember
My boy is the Thomas and the tank obsessed so his favourite toy is Thomas.
Our Etch -a – sketch
sylvanian families, i loved how cute they were
My doll, because she had a pretty buggy 🙂
I had good luck care bear and as a young child it was my favourite toy,
My Slinky – so much fun to be had!
Jem and the holograms dolls, because she came with a casette with her theme tune, and because, Jem oOOOoooh Jem, Jem is amazing OOoooOOH, fashion and glitter, fashion and fame, oooOOOooh Jem!
I loved my pull along snoopy dog – he used to drive my mum nuts as I used to take him everywhere- We were always going back for him!
I loved my lego because I loved the challenge of building it
The big yellow tea pot was my favourite child hood toy
I loved lego
I was motorbike crazy from very young so my favourite toy was my bikes and cars. I would race them up and down a ramp in the garden
I used to love my girls world I would spend hours plaiting her hair and covering her in gruesome make up 🙂
I loved lego and building
My bear – we are still together
I loved my baby borns and prams.
I had a fabulous space hopper on which I bounced around the neighbourhood in utter glee before it finally deflated leaving me heartbroken x
My favourite toy was a little biker trike because i was a tomboy
I loved my Tiny Tears doll.
I loved my etch a sketch!
I loved my robot Dexter dog x
My Ghostbusters playset
I loved my etch a sketch
A sit in race car with pedals, I thought I was amazing sat in it
my barbies 🙂 loved dressing them x
Loved making houses out of lego!
I liked my dolls, always a different advenutre x
i loved my little bear bus! i had a major eye operation when i was 5 and my aunt bought it for me when i came home and it was the best toy I ever had! i loved it dearly!
I loved my my llittle pony castle, it seemed so big back then!
My farm set, I used to take it in the garden and mess all my mum’s flower beds making my own farm
I enjoyed making things – crafts, building toys and the like
I use to love Lego.
I loved my dolls house because I loved arranging the furniture in the rooms.
Mine was star war figures as i loved going to see the film when it was first release and blowing my mind as a child 🙂
I loved my doll because it gave me responsibility.x
I loved my dolls house. I could make cushions and covers for the furniture, and rearrange it all however I wanted.
It was my Lion-O figure from Thundercats. That was my favourite cartoon.
My pull along telephone, I got it for not picking my spots when I had chicken pox so it meant a lot to me as it was a present outside of Christmas and Birthday x
I loved puppy in my pocket, i was never in to barbie or dolls!
I loved my View Master and Muppet Show slides
I loved my lights alive x
My bike not having to walk
My favourite was my story telling mother goose and I still have her over 25 years later and she still works perfectly
I loved playing with my troll collection! I had all the colours and sizes…get me 😀
tamagotchi i loved it , kept me happy for hours
mine was my Etch-A-Sketch, I thought it was fab! I loved being able to draw over and over,
I had a barbie doll with a horse!
Mine was a Lion soft toy I called Daisy, still have it now
Train set – I wanted to be a signalbox
My go kart I loved it
I loved my Barbie Dream Cottage as you could change it’s layout and made a cool place for my cat to sleep! I wasn’t allowed the cat in my room but Mum never knew it was in the cottage ; )
Polly pocket, it gave me hours of fun.
I loved Puppy in my Pockets! So many different ones to collect, and so cute!! Loved playing it with my sister
Lego, because it could become anything I wanted.
My Sindy doll because I loved dressing her up
a red cloth bodied doll that closed her eyes when i lay her down
My Britains zoo animals – always been fascinated by nature
Loved my big Yellow Teapot, used to play with it for hours on end x
Love my bike would go on rides for hours xx
Being a 70s 80s child toys of this era were magical. I loved them all but my favourite was my sandy house being only knee high to a grasshopper myself it was bigger than me .it even had a lift and all wonderful furniture inside would love to see it again in its glory. ❤️
Polly pocket I love creating little stories and using my imagination
My little ponies – I love horses
one of the things I enjoyed playing with, was my sindy dolls
I liked my barbies as I loved all the little accessories you could get… I still love anything ‘mini’ now
My football cards, I had hundreds and used them to make up all sorts of games. Kept me occupied for hours
I loved my barbie house with all the rooms to arrange!
Mine was a cindy doll playhouse, don’t remember why though just remember playing with it all the time.
My cabbage patch kid camilla x
I loved My Little Pony – because of all the accessories and homes x
Action man, I loved all the adventures we got up to!
Oh I loved my gameboy! It was the really old non-colour version! I love it because I had the Donkey Kong game!
I loved my Dolls, I had a Tiny Tears doll for years that I loved x
My favourite toy was Tiny Tears – the doll that cries and pees! My little boy loves cars and bikes and trucks
My football and nets, I was very much a tomboy.
A dolls house made by my Grandad x
My cabbage patch doll…they really were the thing to have!
It was my big yellow teapot, I adored it and played with it for hours and its little people.
My barbies, lots of memories!
My Baby all gone doll… I was always amazed when it ‘ate’ the cherries
My favourite toy was my Gameboy
because it had Pokemon on (:
The best ever were my metal wheeled roller skates which laced over my shoes, never having had a bike these were epic back in the day. Mind you, I had many a bleeding ankle from clipping them with the skates but it gave me freedom so was well worth the pain!
I had a wooden dolls house which became home to my Sullvanian Family collection – lots of hours of imaginative fun
aw my son would love this! what a fab giveaway :o)
I loved my speak and spell carried it all over lol
scooby doo mystery machine van as i liked the show
my barbie doll
Thomas The Tank Engine – loved it on tv.
My favourite was the 80s favourite – Popples! Because I got one when I was born, and loved it ever since 🙂
My dolls – i used to love playing mummys!
lego because gave creativity
My My little ponys I loved playing with them and had hours of play with them
A doll my gran brought me back from Spain she was so cute
Polly pocket xx
My tiny tears, I still have her store in the attic 🙂
100% my roller skates, so much fun
100% my roller skates, loved going up and down the street with friends
My fashion wheel, I loved pretending I was a fashion designer
Ooh I had one of those. It was great.
it was my knight rider car i always wanted to have a talking car and michael knight was cool
my roller skates as i love to try and do tricks and dance with them on
I loved my doll house, and all the scenarios I could make the dolls act out in it! 🙂
Little mermaid doll, i loved the film so i think thats why i liked the doll so much x
My Peaches & Cream Barbie as I’d wished for it for ages before getting it for Christmas in 1987!
My dad turned up with a toy Fire Engine as a surprise one day, I loved it because it squirted REAL water! 🙂
I loved lego because we could make anything.
My bike because all my friends had one.
My cindys and Barbies xx
My rag doll it went everywhere with me x
My brothers cars were my fav as a child
I loved lego as you could make so much stuff with it
I loved my raggy dolls
i loved playing with my brothers cars, they were way more exciting than dolls!
Matchbox cars and Lego – the latter to build garages, tunnels, roadways, etc. Why? Don’t know maybe a boy thing!!
I loved a puzzle of girls dressed up in national costumes from around the world x
I loved my tiny tears doll that did a wee and pushing her around in a pram
My gloworms, because I loved charging them on the light bulb!
I loved my dolls. I liked dressing them up and creating scenes.
I loved my Sindy Doll. I used to make clothes for her
I loved my bike because i just loved being outdoors
I love my My Little Pony Show Stable as it was when I loved to groom my collection of My Little Ponies!
My little Pippa doll,I used to make tiny clothes for her and dress her up.
action man with moving eyes , you could collect all sorts uniforms etc fantastic
My Furby was my favourite toy as I was fascinated by the fact it could speak it’s own language!
My speak and spell – because it was in ET and I was a little boffin
My Disney Plush because it made me believe in magic 😀
Monchichi – huggable, easy to take to bed – unlike my dolls
My bike! I loved it!
I loved my Sindy house, particularly the ‘working’ shower and sink!