LEARN TO RIDE Early, Safely and Easily

Rethink the Definition of Riding

What defines riding?

Does pedaling define riding? 

Downhill mountain bikers don’t pedal, road bike riders descending a highway don’t pedal, BMX riders in a halfpipe don’t pedal, and motorcyclists don’t pedal.  They are all riding.  So what do they all have in common?  The ability to balance on two wheels, and lean through turns regardless of what put them in motion.  For children, walking and running are the natural means of propulsion.  The simplicity of Strider bikes allows children to concentrate on the fundamental skills of balancing, leaning, and steering while propelling the bike in a natural way.


National Parenting Awards STRIDERAdvantages of Riding a STRIDER

Research shows that learning balance and coordination with exercise jump-starts a child’s growth and development during the important formative years of early childhood.
  • STRIDER bikes are ultra light weight and easy to control.
  • STRIDER bikes increase balance, coordination, and confidence.
  • STRIDER bikes allow children to focus on learning balance first.
  • STRIDER bikes are free of chains, pedals, and protrusions that can harm a child.
  • STRIDER bikes provides a safe, smooth, and natural transition to a pedal bike.

Learn to Ride at Home

 Adjust the bike to fit the child

Transition to a Pedal Bike

 Transition to pedals




The Perfect Starter Bike

  • For children 18 months - 5 years
  • No-tool height adjustments for seat and handlebars
  • Includes bonus padded seat & XL post for taller riders
  • Lightweight design makes it easy for toddlers to control
  • Simple, no-tool assembly
  • Flat-free tires
  • 7 vibrant colors

Why Choose a STRIDER Balance Bike?