20 Sport

 

With better components, new features, and more adjustability, we know this bike will be a hit with kids who are just learning to ride for the first time and kids who are tearing it up at the skate parks and BMX bike parks.

 

 

SPECIFICATION

 

-Age 10 years and up

-Simple Lightweight Design (9.6 kg/21.2 lbs)

-Max Rider weight - 110 kg/242 lbs

AVAILABLE IN : BLACK AND WHITE

PHP 14,990.00

Ryan McFarland, Founder... "The Strider 20 Sport is the perfect bike for individuals with disabilities who are just learning to ride. With solid components, great features, and high adjustability, this bike will grow with an older child into adult years. This Strider walking bike for ages 10+ is the best way to learn to ride.

We believe these new models are the perfect balance of simplicity, safety, performance, and FUN, without the weight and complication of pedals".

 

Handlebar
 

A low 3 degree sweep highlight these standard 22.2mm, 600mm wide handlebars. Pressed in bearings keep the 1 1/8" stem turning smoothly.

Tires
 

The cross terrain tires offer a smooth ride on all surfaces while maintaining traction in the dirt. The tire size is 1.75 - 16 and offer a 42 lb. max psi inflation rating.

Seats
 

The fully padded seat is mounted on a rail allowing multiple front to back and seat angle adjustments. A 25.4mm seatpost comes standard on the 20" bike.

 

Seat height (rider inseam) ranges from 19.5 - 25.5 inches (49.5 - 64.8 cm).

 

Bar and seat clamps
 

Machined aluminum quick release allows “No Tools” saddle height adjustment.

 

 

Footrest
 

Unique, footrests can be added or removed to adjust to the rider's size and ability.

Brake mount
 

Frame mounted front and rear v brakes grace the 20" model. These brakes offer greater stopping power compared to a standard caliper style brake.

All 16” and 20” Sport model STRIDER bikes ship partially assembled from the factory and will require final assembly and adjustment by an adult with basic mechanical skills. Please read through the owner’s manual/assembly instructions and watch our assembly video prior to beginning the work (links below). After reviewing the information, if you don’t feel comfortable performing the work, we suggest you have your local bicycle shop perform the work for you.