Skill Building Bike
for kids of all abilities
Why STRIDER™ ?
STRIDER™ balance bikes are industry-leading training bikes that help children as young as 18 months learn to ride on two wheels. STRIDER balance bikes focus on the fundamentals of balancing, leaning, and steering without the distractions and complications of pedals or training wheels.
The STRIDER’s simple, no-pedal design builds confidence and eliminates fear by allowing kids to have their feet on the ground and progress at their own pace. This unique design teaches young children balance on two wheels right from the start, avoiding developmental delays typical with tricycles and training-wheel bikes.
Genuine STRIDER balance bikes are the lightest balance bikes in their category, have the lowest seat height (for the youngest starting age), and are tested to the most stringent safety standards. Frame-integrated footrests, proprietary components, and the ability to easily adjust to a growing child, make the STRIDER the only bike your child needs to develop their riding skills and successfully transfer onto their first pedal bike without training wheels.
Kids Have the Freedom to go as fast or as slow as they want, building the confidence to sit, free ride and even do tricks on their own time.
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STRIDER Bike Inventor
We encourage kids of all abilities from 18 months to 5 year old to test ride a STRIDER and play with other kids, while improving and developing fundamental bike handling skills.
Helmet-Grunge & Rally
Teaching Gab to Bike
Without Really Teaching
I do recommend buying balance bikes for kids if you want them to learn to bike. It looks funny at first but I found it to be very effective in teaching Gab to balance on a bike. Gab is 3 years old and looks ready for bike tricks.
She loves it!
She tried out her new Strider bike last summer (a birthday present from her Dad). She enjoyed riding it and she loves it!
His favorite bike? The Strider!
In a few days, he was gliding downhill with his feet hardly touching the ground. He needed no instruction or training wheels; a little boy’s curiosity, confidence, and a huge appetite for fun got the wheels turning just fine.
Learn to balance without worries