Gear Up: {Strider Bikes}

Strider Bikes encourages children to live an active lifestyle by focusing on confidence and coordination with two-wheeled balance bikes for babies, toddlers and preschool-age children.

Gear Up
By Adventurtunity Family
Gear Up Ambassador

Strider Bikes encourages children to live an active lifestyle by focusing on confidence and coordination with two-wheeled balance bikes for babies, toddlers and preschool-age children. 

What sets it apart?
Strider Bikes has developed a progression of balance bikes for babies through preschool age. Essentially, your kids can skip the tricycles and training wheels and go right into a pedal bike when ready. These bikes come in an array of colors, are lightweight and easy to store and pack for trips, and help build kids’ confidence when upgrading to a pedal bike.

(Adventurnity Family)

How do I use it? 
Whether your kiddo is a casual cruiser or speed demon, Strider Bikes is ready for all of their adventures. Upon arrival, some assembly will be necessary for the bike to be ready to roll. Be sure to check out the accessories, too, for helmets and additional ways to customize your kid’s new bike. Once the bike is assembled, your children can give it a go on grass, dirt, rocks, hills and paved surfaces. The airless tires ensure you’ll never have to worry about a flat tire.

How much?
$90 – $220

(Adventurnity Family)

Adventurtunity Family insight:
We knew a balance bike would be perfect for our son’s active lifestyle and the “tricks” that he likes to try. Prior to selecting a bike for Kade, we did a good bit of research, and Strider Bikes kept popping up with fantastic reviews. We are extremely impressed with the quality and durability that is able to withstand all the adventures kids put their bikes through. A few weeks after Kade got his Strider Bike, he was flying down hills, popping wheelies and racing kids on pedal bikes. We love that it’s easy to pack on road trips and light enough that our son can even carry his own bike if he needs to.   

(Adventurnity Family)

Where to buy:
Striderbikes.com
Amazon.com

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