Learn how to ride a bicycle on a Striders

by folder2 on October 15, 2011

Striders kids learning bike only 3kg

3kg only! with Striders kids bike it is fun to learn cycling

I’ve a previous post showing how my niece learnt riding a bicycle by removing the pedals from a JZ88 folding bike. But for toddlers the folding bike is just too high, even when the seat adjusted to the lowest position. Now we have a better solution for the younger kids – the Striders running bike! The principle is the same: no training wheel, let the kid to walk or run on a bike, experiment the balancing with the handle bar. Once they acquire the essential motor skill of balancing a moving bike on two wheel… Wow, the rest is a piece of cake, they are ready to pick up a real bicycle to ride. Best of all, they are going to have lots of fun while learning. Check out the videobelow (Press F5 to refresh the screen if you can’t see the video):

Introduction by the founder Mr. Ryan McFarland

Strider in Japan

Get Strider beginner bikes:

Strider bike rang

Feature Spec
 Frame  custom welded, thin-gauge steel alloy with integrated footrests
 Fork  welded steel, 70 degree headtube angle
 Paint  certified compliant with EU Safety Standard EN71
 Tyres  all terrain, puncture-proof, molded foam… no flats, ever!
 Wheels  molded plastic with sealed bearings riding on steel axles
 Saddle  injection molded ergonomic plastic shell with padded vinyl cover
 Seatpost  7/8” dia., chrome plated steel, 70 degree seattube angle
 Handlebars  7/8” dia., one piece custom welded steel with zero reach stem
 Weight  6 lbs. 9 oz. without optional brake
 Seat  height adjustable from 11” to 16”
 Handlebar  height adjustable from 20” to 22
 Handlebar  width 14”
 Wheelbase  22”
 Overall Length     33”
 Optional Brake  welded steel, foot operated friction type with polyurethane spring
 Packaging  colour printed box with handle, 7”w x 15”h x 29”l

Retail price: SGD 160

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