Spokefest®, Mountain Gear®, and Strider®Donating 120 Bikes at June 4 Giveaway Party Spokane parents encouraged to submit applications for balance bikes by May 27 Rapid City, SD (May 12, 2016) — SpokeFest Association and Mountain Gear are joining forces with Strider Bikes, the world’s leading manufacturer and marketer of children’s no-pedal balance bikes, to give away 120 Strider Bikes to Spokane County youth ages 18 months to 5 years old. Mountain Gear will host a Giveaway Party on Saturday, June 4, from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. at their retail location, 2002 N Division, Spokane, WA. The Giveaway Party is…
LINCOLN SPECIAL OLYMPIC ATHLETES TRAIN FOR STRIDER CUP Special Olympic athletes in Lincoln are now training for the City’s first Strider Cup Race from9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, June 11 in the Railyard. Most of the 23 athletes who are learningto ride Strider Bikes are on the Lincoln Shooting Stars, a Special Olympics Nebraska teamsponsored by the Lincoln Parks and Recreation Department’s Easterday Recreation Center. Strider Sports International donated 30 of the no-pedal balance bikes to Special OlympicsNebraska, with 22 designated for Easterday. In addition to the 12-inch model for younger riders,the company has in recent years developed 16-inch…
The 2016 Strider Cup World Championship presented by FedEx will be rolling into San Francisco's Pier 35 July 29th - 30th! Strider riders all over the Golden State are getting excited for the big day. Here are just a few stories from registered Strider racers: Mason and Brooklyn - Newark, CA Brother and sister duo Mason and Brooklyn of Newark, CA, are ready to race! Brooklyn, who just turned five years old, got her Strider Balance Bike when she was three. She shocked her parents six months later by immediately transitioning to a pedal bike. “One day, she pointed to a pedal…
The 2016 Strider Cup World Championship presented by FedEx will be rolling into San Francisco's Pier 35 July 29th - 30th! Strider riders all over the Golden State are getting excited for the big day. Here are just a few stories from registered Strider racers:  Mit - Fremont, CA Mit’s parents, Rohan and Mitali, bought him a Strider Balance Bike after he turned two and the toddler has been striding for about six months. He enjoys getting out with his friend, Viaan, who also started riding a Strider Bike when he was two years old. “Mit wants to ride it all…
Excited children and their families came with fingers crossed to win a Strider Bike at Raising Cane’s Giveaway Party on April 17 in Lincoln, Nebraska, held at one of their four Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers® franchise locations. Strider and Raising Cane’s teamed up to give away 120 Strider Bikes to local children. More than 50 of the bikes were donated to children and families at the Montessori School for Young Children in Lincoln. In addition, 35 bikes were given away to the general public who registered onsite at the April 17 party. An additional 20 bikes were given to customers…
Strider Brings Fun for Kids to Major League Triathlon Series Strider Adventure Zones to Teach Riding Skills to Kids 2 to 5 Years Old Rapid City, SD (April 12, 2016) — The country may not be quite ready for Toddler Triathlons, but kids as young as 18 months can learn to ride a bike and have fun at this month’s Major League Triathlon (MLT) event kicking off in Temple, Texas. Thanks to Strider, the leader in no-pedal balance bikes and its famous Strider® Adventure Zone, parents and spectators visiting the Major League Triathlon weekend of events can introduce the youngest…
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