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Pure Fun, Right Out of the Box
If your child can walk... your child can ride a Strider. Even tiny little children, before the age of two, are drawn to the Strider. At first, kids will grab the handle bars, straddle the bike and walk without ever sitting down on the seat. And they're completely stable: Two wheels, front and back. Feet firmly on the ground. Hands bracing the handle bars.
Here's an added benefit for parents: Your child will become more mobile. The Strider opens up a whole world for your child to ride on. Take your child's Strider to an outdoor gathering, a nearby park, or anywhere else you walk. With a Strider, there's no more dawdling little one's. Your child will easily be able to keep pace.
The next step: Kids quickly learn to sit down, push with their feet and zip right along as they balance on two wheels.
A Safer Way to Learn Bike Riding
Tricycles tip over, scrape ankles, and are difficult to pedal. Bicycles with training wheels are tall, heavy, unstable and downright scary for young riders. Both have the potential to cause painful injuries and fear. The Strider PREbike is free from any cables, chains, sprockets, pedals or protrusions that can harm your child. And the Strider is steady, stable and safe. At the first feeling of instability, your child will instinctively place both feet securely on the ground. So there are no "tricycle tip-overs" or "training-wheel wobbles" that stir-up a fear, hesitancy, or dislike of bike riding.
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Oh yeah! My son started with a tri-cycle at 2 years old and he didn't really ever give it much use. When he was 2 1/2 we bought him a Strider and he loved it. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Bryan Zaborowski
These are awesome little bikes! Teaches balances very well. They are also pretty speedy when a child gets accustomed to it!Published 11 days ago by A. Dingman
Well worth the money. I would recommend it over training wheels any day. My 4 year old was on this for a few months, and then around 5 she seemlessly transitioned to a 2 wheel... Read morePublished 19 days ago by theatergal
Our four-year-old son loved this bike and quickly learned how to balance a bike. However, now he is five and much too big for this bike, but it is the only one he wants to rude and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elizabeth
This balance bike is Amazing!!! Both my boys learned how to ride a 2 Wheeler after learning the art of balancing from this bike. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Katherine V
100% glad we purchased this bike. My son was able to jump right on a regular bike without training wheels on his 4th birthday because of this bike. Highly recommend!!!!!!!Published 1 month ago by K. DePew
Great for kids to learn to ride bikes without training wheels. Two of my kids are up and riding, both skipped using training wheels.Published 2 months ago by Leon A
My son loved using this bike, he would take it out every day if we let him. Only downside is we were sad when he outgrew it!Published 3 months ago by Maria Hubbard
I bought this for my son when he was 2 years old. Probably a bit too soon. He started to really ride it when he turned 3 and now that he is 4 he is doing great. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Abb