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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Both of my daughters loved their Strider and were on a pedal bike by the time they were three years old. It took longer to find a pedal bike small enough for them than it did for them to learn to pedal. Striders are among the most light weight balance bikes on the market, which is an important factor to you little one. If you're on the fence about getting one, I hope this review convinces you to make the investment! They also have great resale value once your child is on to the next level.
Bought it for Christmas and my son has not wanted to get off since!!!
We heard of the bikes through a friend All three of my kids love their Strider bikes. It took some practice but to see them zipping around now is awesome!
When I first bought a strider bike for my daughter back in 2007, I thought it was crazy to buy such an expensive toy. I finally caved after talking to several moms who said they were the best! I am so glad that I listened. Both my kids have grown up with STRIDERS. My daughter got her strider when she was 2 and my son (who is 8 years younger than my daughter) starting riding his as he started to walk near his first birthday. My daughter used her STRIDER nonstop for 3 years and transitioned to a peddle bike in under 5 minutes with no training wheels. I remember learning to ride a bike was so stressful. My daughter never had to deal with that. When my son was born, we put it on our BABY REGISTRY because we knew how much my daughter loved her bike. Honestly most of the things I buy my kids are used sparingly. If I listed all of the items I have purchased my children (FROM BIRTH), the only thing they have used more than their STRIDER bikes is their bed - and that is debatable given how much they are on these bikes. My daughter used her strider bike solidly everyday for 3+ years. My son uses his daily! Part of the reason we got so much use out of them, is that I allowed them to use them both indoors and out. If you plan to really really use them outside I almost would recommend getting two - one for indoor use and one for outdoor use. We live in Chicago, and with the cold winters we just let them roll around inside on them. I honestly would recommend these bikes to anyone! They are light, but VERY sturdy. I never write reviews, but a good product deserves praise!
We actually have 2 of these models. One we rough up and the other is now the competition bike. We are a family of motocross racers and the Strider will make an awesome transition for our 2 year old. Awesome product
I bought this bike for my 2 year old son after reading reviews on it and im sooo happy i did. From the moment he wakes up till he goes to bed all he talks about if riding his bike! It gives him so much confidence in himself and its so easy for him to ride it around. Great first bike!
My little girl just skipped training wheels entirely. When her big brother was 4, he only need training wheels for a week after his time with a Strider balance bike. Now it's the youngest's turn to learn to stride!
My son has been riding his Strider bike since he was 18 months old. He's 3 now. He mastered riding it within weeks! We had our daughter in January last year and just got her her first Strider bike! It's amazing how fast they learn to balance and master riding.
My son got this for his 2nd birthday from his aunt. This is by far his favorite and most used "toy". He cant get enough of it! He has had it a little less then a year and looking back it is amazing how fast he picked up on how to control himself and the bike! He is a pro! He can lift his feet up and let it roll and still control the handlebars. I cannot wait to see where this love for riding bikes takes him! I would highly suggest this bike to anyone!
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.