World of Rides will be celebrating its 50th with the launch of it new Baby Ladybird Train at the Farm and Holiday Parks Exhibition, 6-7 November.
As part of its 50th Anniversary celebrations, World of Rides will launch its new Baby Ladybird Train at the Farm and Holiday Parks Exhibition on stand FR910 at the NEC on 6-7 November.
All of the company’s existing battery rides can seat either a parent and child or two children between the ages of three and 12 years old.and can be used either indoors or outdoors. However, the World of Rides Baby Trains are single seat child-only rides suitable for indoor use only.
The units are built specifically for the ever growing three to eight years old market – something that many operators have been asking for – and feature working lights, sounds and a operator-programmable control unit.
The overall installation – which only requires a footprint of three by four metres – features a colourful baseboard and safety fence to further engage young riders as the trains follow their pre-set track.
Each train also comes supplied with a 12v high-output, long-life battery and a 12v fully automatic battery charger.
The rides fully conform to European CE, TUV and U.K. H.S.E.-BACTA-ADIPS safety standards, and the cars themselves have sensors fitted so that the ride automatically stops if a child stands up or if someone stands in front of either of the cars whilst in motion.
For additional safety the units have an emergency STOP/START push-button fitted to the rear of the train for adults to activate.