Joel Hagan

Joel Hagan

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Set up for the 2015 Lakewood Ranch Strider Championship Race (sponsored by Cycletrader.com) started in the early pre-dawn hours Saturday, April 25th! Bright orange cones and freshly built ramps were dropped in place in preparation for the 9 am start of the two year old race class. 2 and 3 year old STRIDER riders outfitted with full riding gear, GoPro cameras, and customized STRIDER Bikes started rolling in about half hour before race time. Good thing they arrived early and fresh. The weather was not kind to the little ones.

By mid morning and the start of the largest race class – the 3 year olds – the temperature was already over 82 degrees and the humidity just as high. That didn’t phase the young STRIDER riders – mostly boys, who made several practice laps around the 900’ course complete with ramps, tire obstacles and tight corners. Nor did it stop the group of over 25 riders with special needs – some who travelled from over an hour away to race against one another.

It was a beautiful day filled with colorful STRIDER Bike riding, huge smiles, lots of cheers, sweaty heads, personal pride, big shiny trophies, a few minor crashes and likely finished with a solid night’s sleep!

Results are listed below. Unfortunately some of the paperwork was lost so if you don't see your little 2 year old please give us a call so we can update the results. Share your great photos from Lakewood Ranch with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! Check out all of the great photos we have over on our Flickr Account HERE!

2 YEAR OLDS

  • 1#202 William Kennedy - FL
  • 2#207 Moto Harris - FL
  • 3

    #213 - TBD - Please call 605-342-0266 with name

  • 4

    #205 Jack McLoughlin - FL

  • 5

    #214 - TBD - Please call 605-342-0266 with name

  • #208 Cormac Daniel - FL6

    #206 Gunnar Hendrix - FL7

    #212 - Zayn Lamaa - FL8

3 YEAR OLDS

  • 1#308 Brody Johnson - FL
  • 2#302 Brantley Gagne - FL
  • 3#319 Austin Stubbington - FL
  • 4#331 William Larson - FL
  • 5#312 Logan Fleming - FL
  • 6#314 Joseph Toledo - FL
  • 7#330 Ryder Leigh Collins - FL
  • 8

    #306 Landon Rosenberg - FL

4 YEAR OLDS

  • 1#408 Chase Alicea - FL
  • 2#411 Jacob Florea - FL
  • #413 Jasper Mulvihill - FL
  • 4#407 Alexander Mesia - FL
  • 5#404 Peyton Atkins - FL
  • 6#401 Shea Bartholomew - FL
  • 7

    #405 Hayden Bishop - FL

  • 8

    #402 Nicolas Leguizamon - FL

5 Year Olds

  • 1#504 Eito Tokunaga - IL
  • 2#506 Kooper Norton - FL
  • 3

    #507 Maddox Parks - FL

  • 4

    #502 Brady Wallis - FL 

  • 5

    #509  Alejandro Santos - FL

  • #503 Brady Schulte - FL6

    #508 Lily "LaLa" Culver-Wollaston - FL7

    #510 Gabriel Torres - FL8

    #501 Zaniel Cole - GA 9

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Special Olympic Athletes Training for Race on Bikes Donated by Strider

 

Rapid City, SD (April 17, 2015) — Strider believes every person should have the chance to ride. Oftentimes, people with disabilities are told they will never ride a two-wheeled bike. Twelve-year-old Brian Brewer from Sarasota, Fla., defied those odds and enjoys the independence of riding his STRIDER Bike. Brian is planning to race in the Strider Championship Series kick-off race, sponsored by CycleTrader.com, on Saturday, April 25, on Main Street at Lakewood Ranch, Fla., which will now have races for individuals with special needs.

                                                                  

Kelly Brewer, Brian’s mom, said they weren’t sure if he would be able to ever ride a “regular bike.” After buying the STRIDER 16” model, she’s impressed with how fast he goes around the local BMX park. She added that his balance and strength have improved, and it makes him feel more included with the neighborhood kids.

“The STRIDER Bike has given him confidence and he loves riding it,” said Kelly. “Some parents may be overly protective and afraid to let their kids try riding a bike because they may fall, but after seeing how the STRIDER works, they may feel more at ease. It does take some coordination, but is easier than a bike with pedals.”

The Lakewood Ranch race will include four Special Needs Races from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Strider donated over a dozen bikes to Special Olympics Florida—Hillsborough County, who has been working with the Brandon Sports and Aquatics Center to teach individuals with special needs to prepare for the race.

For more information and to register for these free races, please visit the Strider Lakewood Ranch Event Page or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Participants qualify for the Strider World Championship, August 28-29 in Rapid City, S.D. Last year, 16 individuals with special needs participated in an exhibition race. Watch their inspiring video on Strider’s Special Needs page.

Families are also invited to enjoy the family festival taking place from 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. on the closed-off Main Street. Event attendees will also receive free admission to the Strider Adventure Zone, where children of all ages and abilities can test ride STRIDER Bikes and interact with other children. Helmets are provided.

Strider Sports International, Inc, is the leading manufacturer of no-pedal balance bikes, bringing active, healthy fun to over one million STRIDER Bike riders since 2007. The STRIDER Bike line-up includes the 12” model for younger riders, as well as the 16” and 20” models, developed specifically for individuals with special needs.

In 2014, Strider donated more than $300,000 through the Rider Fund, of which more than 75% went to individuals with special needs. Through 2015, Strider expects to donate over $400,000 to non-profit organizations and is earmarking over $200,000 to the Special Needs community.

STRIDER Bikes give freedom to riders who want to go off the pavement onto grass or dirt paths. The bikes are lightweight, making them easy to ride, transport, store and carry. They handle turns with ease and cost $100-$280, much less than some adaptive bicycles and tricycles.

“Learning through a safe progression of walk, stride and glide, STRIDER Bikes greatly improve the motor skills, core strength and balance of our students,” said Kim Burke, PT, MPT at LifeScape, a non-profit organization that serves children and adults with disabilities. “Individuals with disabilities usually get less physical activity than those without disabilities. If kids can walk, they can ride a STRIDER!”

Following the first race, the 2015 Strider Championship Series will move on to the following cities:

  • Ventura, CA – Saturday, May 9
  • Pittsburgh, PA – Saturday, June 6
  • Salt Lake City, UT – Saturday, August 8

Each of the series events will include Special Needs Races.

Media Contact:Leslie Prevish, 303-500-3318, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

About Strider Sports International, Inc.

Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Rapid City, SD, Strider Sports designs efficient, no-pedal balance bikes for all ages and abilities. Strider’s mission is to simplify a bike to its essence, so that proper size, weight, and simplicity combine to eliminate any fear of riding and instill confidence in the rider. STRIDER No-Pedal Balance Bikes are industry-leading training bikes that help children as young as 18 months learn to ride effectively on two wheels. Strider also manufactures balance bikes for individuals with special needs and for seniors wanting to stay active later in life. The patented STRIDER Balance Bikes focus on the fundamentals of balancing, leaning, and steering without the distractions and complications of pedals or training wheels. STRIDER Bikes are now distributed in more than 75 countries worldwide. In 2015, Strider sold its one-millionth bike. To learn more and to find a retailer in your area, visit www.StriderBikes.com, like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter and Instagram.

About the Strider Rider Fund

In its continued commitment to pay it forward, Strider Sports created the Strider Rider Fund in 2014 to facilitate providing balance bikes to non-profit organizations serving individuals in need. One percent of Strider Sport’s gross revenue from worldwide sales each month is allocated to the Rider Fund, and $1 is added for every STRIDER bike registered online. To date, the Rider Fund has donated more than $300,000 in bikes and accessories, and is expected to increase that in 2015, with more than half of this amount earmarked for special needs organizations. To learn more about the Rider Fund, and to join the cause, please visit www.StriderBikes.com/join-the-cause.

 

Monday, 06 April 2015 22:07

STRIDER Calendar Winners for March

And The Winners Are...

Thanks for another great month of STRIDER Calendar Contest entries! If your photo is one of the top 3 watch for an email next week with your gift certificate information. If you want to see how tough our voting is check out all of the March entries on our Flickr Page!

We've already got a bunch of great entries for March

Without further ado here are the winners for March:

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1st Place - Flying Into The Sunset

 

2ndPlaceMarchWS

2nd Place - Peace Out From Thailand

 

3rdPlaceMarchWS

3rd Place - Dropping In

 

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Wednesday, 01 April 2015 12:00

STRIDER Bikes Rule! Video Contest

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Date for entry extended to July 9th!

We are constantly finding amazing STRIDER Bike videos on YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook from all over the world! Now we're offering some big money to see just how amazing, and talented our Strider fans are!

What do we mean by big money? Over $20,000 in total prizes is BIG MONEY! Entries are due no later than July 9th. You've got some time to work on it, but you can enter up to 3 videos so start brainstorming NOW! Check out the full "STRIDER Bikes Rule!" Video Contest Rules and Regulations below.

"STRIDER Bikes Rule!" Video Contest Rules and Regulations:

1. What Are We Looking For: The sky is the limit! Tell us your story; create a mini fictional movie, stride by a famous landmark, or take us on a tour of your favorite places to stride! Here are some fun examples from YouTube for themes: Biking with Dad, Camping STRIDER Fun, STRIDER Snow Fun, STRIDER Special Needs. Get your creative juices flowing­ - we want exciting, fun new ideas. Stride On! Proper safety gear is highly recommended.

2. Prizes: Will be awarded in U.S. Dollars, and will be the same amount for each place in both categories. Winners who are not residents of the U.S. will receive their Strider product vouchers from their nearest Strider distributor.

Staff Pick

     Prize Amounts (U.S. Dollars)

1st Place

   $5,000 + $250 Product Voucher

2nd Place

   $2,000 + $250 Product Voucher

3rd Place

   $1,000 + $250 Product Voucher

4th Place

      $500 + $250 Product Voucher

5th Place

      $250 + $250 Product Voucher

People’s Choice

    Prize Amounts (U.S. Dollars)

1st Place

   $5,000 + $250 Product Voucher

2nd Place

   $2,000 + $250 Product Voucher

3rd Place

   $1,000 + $250 Product Voucher

4th Place

      $500 + $250 Product Voucher

5th Place

      $250 + $250 Product Voucher

3. When: Entries will be accepted between May 1st, 2015 and July 9th, 2015. Entries will be posted on the STRIDER YouTube channel on July 16th, 2015. Voting (see section 5 below) for the "People's Choice" category will end at noon Mountain Time on July 27th, 2015 and the winners will be announced at www.striderbikes.com/blog on July 30th, 2015.

4. Minimum Requirements for Entries:

  1. Video must be under 2 minutes 30 seconds in length and clearly show a STRIDER Bike within the first 10 seconds.
  2. Genuine STRIDER Bikes must be the only brand of balance bike in the video.
  3. Parental/Guardian permission for all children in the video must be included at the time of submission (Click here to download the required Release form).
  4. Digital copyright proof-of-purchase information for any music used in the video(s) must be included in the submission e-mail.
  5. Submissions must be shot in high-definition with a minimum of 720p and a minimum of 24 frames per second and must be submitted in one of the following formats: MPEG, MP4, WMV, AVI, or MOV.

5. How Winners Will Be Chosen: There will be two categories with five winners in each.

  1. Staff Picks will be the top five videos as chosen by the staff of Strider Sports Int'l, Inc.
  2. People's Choice will be the top five videos based on a combination of the quantity and quality of the comments on their videos (excluding those who have already won "Staff Picks"). Individuals are encouraged to share their video entries through social media, e-mail, and word of mouth to get friends and family to comment on them. If the same user submits multiple comments on an individual video, only the first comment will be considered. Only comments on the video entries uploaded on the STRIDER Bike YouTube channel will count toward the awards.

6. How to Submit: Entries must be original, high-definition video. Entries will be accepted by e-mailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; E-mailed video submissions should be submitted via a link from a common file-sharing service, e.g. Box.com, WeTransfer.com, or as a shared file on drive.google.com with "STRIDER Bikes Rule!" Video Contest as the subject. You can also send a dvd or usb drive by mail (Strider Sports Int'l, Inc; 2221 N. Plaza Dr.; Rapid City, SD 57702). By sending video and entering this contest, you are releasing the copyright of the video for use by Strider Sports International, Inc. for promotional purposes in perpetuity. The video will be uploaded to the STRIDER Bikes YouTube Channel. Please include your name, address, and phone number with your video submission. You will receive a reply to the original e-mail entry upon receipt. Video submission and participation in the "STRIDER Bikes Rule!" Video Contest is deemed acceptance of these terms and conditions contained herein.

7. Who Can Enter: Videos are welcome from all over the globe! The competition is free to enter, and is in no way associated with, affiliated with, or endorsed by YouTube. Entrants must be at least 18 years old. Entrants may not be employed by Strider Sports Int'l, Inc., its distributors, or be residents of Cuba, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, Yemen, or other territories restricted by U.S. export controls and sanctions. Any entries which don’t comply with YouTube Terms of Service and Community Guidelines will be disqualified. Individuals may submit up to 3 entries, but are only eligible to win one prize.

 

 

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What a great turn out at Metroplex BMX last weekend! Check out additional photos from BMXNews.com and look for your STRIDER Rider on our Flickr page.

5 & OVER

  • 1EMERSON PARKER, TUFF GURLZ, FORT WORTH, TX
  • 2NORA FLYNN, HASLET, TX

4 Year olds

  • 1EVAN OKEY, LIBERTYVILLE, IL
  • 2JACKSON VICK, JK CYCLES, DESOTO, TX
  • 3KNOX CZAJKOWSKI, BURLESON, TX
  • 4LAYLA GIBBINS, HASLET, TX
  • 5SAMMY SAUCEDO, RICHARDSON MOTOR SPORTS, IRVING, TX
  • 6JESSIE ANN GATLIN, PONDER, TX

3 year olds

  • 1NOAH WOOLSEY, POPPA WILLIE, ST MARTINVILLE, LA
  • 2CALEB SCHEFFE, RENEGADE/ANSWER, BURKBURNETT, TX
  • 3CHRISTIAN LILLEY, GRANBURY, TX
  • 4OCEAN HUNGERFORD, SAGINAW, TX
  • 5AUSTIN AYLOR, GRAHAM, TX
  • 6COLTON JOHNSON, WICHITA FALLS, TX
  • 7JASON WRIGHT, MESQUITE, TX

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Tuesday, 24 March 2015 19:09

Photos - USA BMX Carolina Nationals

2015 Carolina Nationals

There were STRIDER riders from 6 states at the 2015 USA BMX Carolina Nationals!

If you're ever in the Rock Hill, SC area make sure to stop by Novant Health BMX and get a few laps in on their amazing track. Check out all the photos on our Flickr Page, and make sure to look for other STRIDER events in your area on our calendar.

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Through Rider Fund, Strider will donate $200,000 to Special Needs Community in 2015;
Races for Athletes with Special Needs Added to 2nd Annual STRIDER Championship Series

Rapid City, SD (March 10, 2015) — Strider believes every person should have the chance to ride a bike. “Some people told us David would never ride on two-wheels, but starting on a STRIDER Bike gave him confidence and newfound freedom,” said Mona Drolc, Head Coach for Rapid City Special Olympics Young Athletes Program and instructor for STRIDER Camp classes.

David is 7 years old, has Down syndrome and won the special needs exhibition race at the STRIDER World Championships last year. Mona, his proud mom, added, “he’s not afraid to participate with others and wants to help his friends learn to ride. It’s changed his attitude towards riding a regular bike, and he easily transitioned to riding a pedal bike without training wheels.”

Strider Sports International, Inc, is the leading manufacturer of balance bikes, creating over one million STRIDER Bike riders since 2007. The STRIDER Bike line-up includes the 12” model for younger riders, as well as the 16” and 20” models, developed specifically for individuals with special needs, such as Down syndrome, autism or cerebral palsy.

In 2014, Strider donated a total of more than $300,000 through the Rider Fund, of which more than 75% went to individuals with special needs. Through 2015, Strider expects to donate over $400,000 to non-profit organizations and is earmarking $200,000 to the Special Needs community. Strider also works with Special Olympics Young Athletes Program and sponsors the 2015 National Down Syndrome Society Buddy Walks.

“Learning through a safe progression of walk, stride and glide, STRIDER Bikes greatly improve the motor skills, core strength and balance of our students,” said Kim Burke, PT, MPT at LifeScape, a non-profit organization that serves children and adults with disabilities. “Individuals with disabilities usually get less physical activity than those without disabilities, so we are excited to partner with Strider. If kids can walk, they can ride a STRIDER and become more active and happier—every kid deserves a chance to learn to ride a bike!”

STRIDER Bikes give freedom to riders who want to go off the pavement onto grass or dirt paths. The bikes are lightweight, making them easy to ride, transport, store and carry. They handle turns with ease and cost $100-$280, much less than some adaptive bicycles and tricycles.

New this year at the 2nd Annual STRIDER Championship Series events are race classes for athletes with special needs. Strider is working with special needs organizations in each race region to give over ten bikes to individuals with special needs in advance of each race.

Most will not have previous experience on a two-wheeled bike, so Strider has a special, weekly training plan for the individuals to be ready—and excited—for the starting line. Riders will practice starting gates, riding side-by-side, ramps, passing, and other obstacles typical in a racing environment. They’ll also practice podium first-pumps, since all athletes are treated to an Olympic-style podium award ceremony after their race.

Four national races will be held in Bradenton, Fla. (April 25), Ventura, Calif. (May 9), Pittsburgh, Penn. (June 6), and Salt Lake City, Utah (August 8). The race categories are; 8 and under on 12” STRIDER Bikes; 8 years and under on 16” STRIDER Bikes; 9 years and up on 16” STRIDER Bikes; 9 years and up on 20” STRIDER Bikes.

The family-friendly Championship Series event includes the STRIDER Adventure Zone with fun activities and demo rides. Registration is free for individuals with special needs. Each athlete will receive a Strider goodie bag. To register, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Participants qualify for the STRIDER World Championship, August 28-29 in Rapid City, S.D. Last year, 16 individuals with special needs participated in an exhibition race. Watch their inspiring video on Strider’s Special Needs page.

Strider encourages others to consider adding to the Rider Fund so even more individuals with special needs can improve their physical—and emotional—health:

1. Donate to the Rider Fund on Strider’s website.
2. Purchase a STRIDER bike: Strider donates one percent of Strider Sports’ gross revenue from all sales worldwide each month toward the Rider Fund.
3. Those who already own a STRIDER Bike, can register it: Strider donates $1 for every bike registered.


About Strider Sports International, Inc.
Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Rapid City, SD, Strider Sports designs efficient, no-pedal balance bikes for all ages and abilities. Strider’s mission is to simplify a bike to its essence, so that proper size, weight, and simplicity combine to eliminate any fear of riding and instill confidence in the rider. STRIDER No-Pedal Balance Bikes are industry-leading training bikes that help children as young as 18 months learn to ride effectively on two wheels. Strider also manufactures balance bikes for individuals with special needs and for seniors wanting to stay active later in life. The patented STRIDER Balance Bikes focus on the fundamentals of balancing, leaning, and steering without the distractions and complications of pedals or training wheels. STRIDER Bikes are now distributed in more than 75 countries worldwide. In 2015, Strider sold its one-millionth bike. To learn more and to find a retailer in your area, visit www.StriderBikes.com, like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter and Instagram.

About the Strider Rider Fund
In its continued commitment to pay it forward, Strider Sports created the Strider Rider Fund in 2014 to facilitate providing balance bikes to non-profit organizations serving individuals in need. One percent of Strider Sport’s gross revenue from worldwide sales each month is allocated to the Rider Fund, and $1 is added for every STRIDER Bike registered online. To date, the Rider Fund has donated more than $300,000 in bikes and accessories, and is expected to increase that in 2015, with more than half of this amount earmarked for special needs organizations. To learn more about the Rider Fund, and to join the cause, please visit www.StriderBikes.com/join-the-cause.

Media Contact:Leslie Prevish, 303-500-3318, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Saturday, 07 March 2015 07:00

Happy STRIDERday: Extreme Toys

We've all seen our little ones playing with their toy bikes and cars. Check out the video below with your STRIDER Riders to see just what they may be imagining...

Now, go outside and have some fun!

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Thursday, 05 March 2015 20:47

STRIDER Calendar Winners for February

And The Winners Are...

Thanks for another great month of STRIDER Calendar Contest entries! If your photo is one of the top 3 watch for an email next week with your gift certificate information. If you want to see how tough our voting is check out all of the February entries on our Flickr Page!

We've already got a bunch of great entries for March

Without further ado here are the winners for Febrary:

February1stPlace

1st Place - Jumping Into The Weekend

 

February2ndPlace

2nd Place - Winter Wonderland

 

February3rdPlace

3rd Place - Aaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh

 

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Winner of the Millionth STRIDER® Bike to Attend Strider World Championship Race
in Rapid City, SD, August 28-29, 2015

Rapid City, SD (February 26, 2015) - Strider Sports Intl., Inc., the world’s premier manufacturer and marketer of children’s no-pedal balance bikes, announced today the sale of its one millionth STRIDER Bike. To celebrate the milestone, the company inserted a Golden Ticket into the STRIDER Pro bike shipped to 11-month-old Lyra Spencer and her father Jaxum and family of Coos Bay, Oregon.

The Golden Ticket gives the Spencer family a $1,000 travel voucher, a free three-night hotel stay, and a free race registration for the pinnacle Strider Racing event, the Strider World Championship Race, to be held in Rapid City, SD August 28-29, 2015.

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“We purchased this bike for our daughter’s first birthday,” said Jaxum. “She has fearlessly survived a life-threatening illness and we want to share with her all of the beautiful things that life has to offer. We know that in no time she will be able to ride at our summer family reunion, and we thank you, Strider, for giving us great new memories.”

“One million bikes! What a long way we’ve come since I built that first bike in my garage for my son, nearly 10 years ago, said Ryan McFarland, CEO of Strider Sports International. “I have a terrific staff, passionate about getting kids outside and riding bikes, and we’ve got a great network of enthusiastic distributors, dealers, and parents who’ve helped us reach this milestone. I can’t think of a more fitting recipient for this special bike than little Lyra.”

Leading up to the Strider World Championship Race, the 2015 Strider Championship Series will also visit the following cities:
• Saturday, April 25: Bradenton, FL
• Saturday, May 9: Ventura, CA
• Saturday, June 6: Pittsburgh, PA
• Saturday, August 8: Salt Lake City, UT

For more information, contact Kyla Wright at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 605-342-0266 or visit www.StriderBikes.com.


About Strider Sports International

Founded in 2007 in Rapid City, South Dakota, Strider Sports International designs efficient, no-pedal balance bikes for all ages and all abilities. The goal of Strider Sports is to simplify a bike to its essence, so that proper size, weight, and simplicity combine to eliminate any fear of riding and instill confidence in new riders. STRIDER® No-Pedal Bikes are distributed worldwide, and riding events and competitions culminating in the STRIDER World Championship weekend, are held annually. To learn more and to find a retailer in your area, visit www.StriderBikes.com, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

About the Strider World Championship Race

The STRIDER World Championship is an annual racing event that brings together STRIDER riders and their families from all over the globe for the pinnacle STRIDER racing event. Whether your toddler is an experienced STRIDER Championship racer or just starting out, the STRIDER World Championship weekend is an international celebration that includes a variety of family orientated events and outings, all at a beautiful vacation friendly locale. This year’s race will be held in Rapid City, SD August 28-29.