Start your youngsters on the right path early with Strider's ST-3 No-Pedal Balance Bike. They'll quickly and confidently learn to balance and steer as they comfortably put their feet on the ground to push off and run, while also using the built-in footrests for coasting. With a quick-release seatpost and handlebars, this sturdy steel bike comfortably fits kids from one to five years old, and the lightweight steel frame and small-diameter handgrips make it a breeze for them to maneuver. You'll love the durable, smooth-rolling, one-piece molded wheels with no-flat EVA polymer tires, too.
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I purchased my son a strider sport a little over a year ago and he has been addicted ever since. My son persist that he brings his strider everywhere we go. I love that the bike is light weight and sturdy.
We got our son a Strider bike for his 2nd birthday. He absolutely loves it and I have been amazed at how quickly he has taken to it. Riding his Strider bike is one of his favorite things to do.
Bought the bike for my grandson. He loves it. As he had grown, I keep raising the seat. Being the klutz that I am, I stripped the seat adjustment bolt. Called them on the phone. Ann was great. Sent a replacement and also gave me a good deal on the larger seat post. I've got another grandchild on the way. I'll be buying another bike.
We bought this bike for our 3 yr old in august. By winter he could ride a big bike with training wheels. My other son who turned two climbed on and road it without issues. They love this bike! The changeable seat and handle bar make it great for growing with your child or sharing.
We started are first child on a strider bike when he was 3 and it has now been passed on to his little brother. This is a fantastic bike, he can be out riding bike with his big brother and feels like like he is cool with the big boys, we'll built and has lasted through 2 kids love this product.
I bought this bike for my son as I saw children similar to his age (3.5) riding them at a trade show. It took him a little while to get comfortable with the idea of balancing and as soon as he got the hang of it, we haven't been able to get him off of the bike. Watching what this has done for his balance is amazing. I see kids much older than him riding around with training wheels and are far away from riding without them. I have spread the word and continue to tell friends and family about it as well as show them how much fun he has while he is learning
I love the bike but I am concerned Strider requires the minors name and date of birth to be able to register the bike. This prohibits me from registering the bike. Strider's first priority should be to protect the children not collect children's information
We bought the bike for Christmas less than 1 month ago my son is 14 months old and is just starting to get the hang of it, as soon as my son wakes up it is the first thing he goes to play with. I really thought it would be a few months before he could hold it up and go by himself but it took less than a month, can't wait for the next warm day to head outdoors with it! Love it!
Our granddaughter loves the bike. Her mother went online and researched the bike, everyone is pleased! I hope to spread the word about your bike for many years to come! Great work!!
I bought this for my son for Christmas, just a few weeks shy of his 2nd birthday. He loves it and rides it around the house until it gets warm enough to take it outside. He's already balancing at times when he gets enough glide to pull his feet up. This bike makes the balancing part such a natural transition. Wish I would've gotten it even earlier!