The Strider Cup
 

race series gives small children a chance to put their Strider Balance Bike skills to the test at several stops across the US and worldwide. This unique race series caters directly to children 2-5 years old who want to experience the thrill of racing. Children of all sizes and skill levels are welcome to participate. In addition to the toddler classes, many events also offer race classes for riders of all ages with special needs. Admission is free for families and spectators; a race entry fee may apply.

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The Strider Cup® 
 
race series gives small children a chance to put their Strider Balance Bike skills to the test at several stops across the US and worldwide. This unique race series caters directly to children 2-5 years old who want to experience the thrill of racing. Children of all sizes and skill levels are welcome to participate. In addition to the toddler classes, many events also offer race classes for riders of all ages with special needs. Admission is free for families and spectators; a race entry fee may apply.

Getting Kids Love to Bike

MISSION

COMPANY

At Strider®, we love riding bikes and we love inspiring kids to ride. Our mission is to build lightweight, efficient, all-terrain bikes that build two-wheeled balance, coordination, and confidence in children.

DESIGN

STRIDER balance bikes are the result of 8 years of development, manufacturing improvements, riding, observation, testing, and even racing. When you purchase a STRIDER, you buy into the 'club' that is TEAM STRIDER, you become one of the early adopters that are changing the paradigm of how kids learn to ride and setting the new standard at how young children explore the world on two wheels.
 

Apparel

Like many beginners, he started by walking it along then lifting his feet for a few seconds, then more seconds. 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.
Like many beginners, he started by walking it along then lifting his feet for a few seconds, then more seconds. 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.