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  • 5 Ways Strider Balance Bikes Help Toddlers Become Rock Stars
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    Riding a bike used to be a favorite activity for kids.  Today though, between smartphones and tablets, video games and the Internet, kids just don’t seem to be riding bikes as much as they used to.  However, the younger you introduce your child to riding, the more apt they’ll be…
  • Strider Announces 2018 Strider Cup® National Race Series for Toddlers
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          Strider Announces 2018 Strider Cup® National Race Series for Toddlers  Cutest Race in the World Features 2-5 Year Olds Racing Balance Bikes         Rapid City, South Dakota (Sept. 12, 2017) — Strider Bikes, the world’s leading manufacturer and marketer of children’s balance bikes, is pleased…
  • Title Sponsor Strider Presents Inspiration Award at Sturgis Hall of Fame Breakfast
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      Title Sponsor Strider Presents Inspiration Award at Sturgis Hall of Fame Breakfast Announces Strider Education Foundation Rapid City, SD (August 23, 2017) — Strider Bikes, the world’s leading manufacturer and marketer of children’s balance bikes, was the presenting sponsor for the 2017 Sturgis Museum Hall of Fame induction ceremonies…
  • Strider Sports Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Birthday Bash
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      Strider Sports Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Birthday Bash Free Strider Festival to Take Over Main Street Square August 26th Rapid City, SD (August 15, 2017) — Strider Sports Int’l., Inc, the world’s premier balance bike manufacturer and South Dakota company is planning to throw a party in its hometown…
  • Strider 10th Anniversary Birthday Bash!
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    It's Our Birthday! Come Celebrate With Us! Come one, come all to the biggest Birthday Bash Strider has ever thrown!  That’s right, we’re celebrating our 10th Birthday Bash on Saturday, August 26th in our hometown of Rapid City, SD.  Join the party at Main Street Square from 10am to 2pm as we host this free event to…
  • Tricycles Are Older than Toilet Paper and Haven’t Evolved. Why Are We Still Using Them?
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      Tricycles Weren't Meant to Teach Bike Riding  The first version of the tricycle was invented in 1680 by a German man named Stephan Farffler.  This version was operated, not by pedaling the feet, but by a series of gears and hand cranks.  The tricycle as we know it today…