Thursday, 13 March 2014 00:00

February STRIDER Calendar Contest Winners!

The February STRIDER Calendar Contest winners have been chosen! Once again, a huge thanks to everyone for entering and make sure that you're snapping more great photos for the March Contest!

Without further ado, here are the winners for February.

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1st Place - My Cat Thinks I'm A Rockstar

 

 

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2nd Place - Future Nitro Circus Star

 

 

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3rd Place - Feet Up Through The Puddle

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Published in Parents Are Talking

 

The STRIDER Super 16 was developed for older kids still having balance issues, and playing around at the skate park. Chris, our South African distributor, is a big BMX rider and thought it would be fun to see what a local racer could do with it. The results are pretty cool! 

If you thought STRIDER Bikes were only for toddlers, think again.

Now get outside and have a great Saturday!

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Published in Around The World
Saturday, 23 November 2013 07:00

Happy STRIDERday: UK Super Enduro!

Check out this fun video from the Super Enduro in Liverpool, UK. An enduro course is a great example of what can be done on a STRIDER! Riding over/around tires, over 2x4's, and through soft dirt would be nearly impossible for a toddler on a heavy training wheeled bike or tricycle.

If you're in STRIDERville (aka Rapid City, SD) make sure to keep watching for info on STRIDER racing on January 4th at the Extreme Indoor Enduro!

Now get outside and have a great Saturday!

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Published in Strider Racing
Wednesday, 06 November 2013 07:00

How Will You GoPro?

How can you win a Dream Adventure + $15,000 Cash + Everything GoPro Makes?

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Simply by submitting an image and an answer to the question, "How Will You GoPro?"

Watch the video below and keep reading for some cool ideas you, and your STRIDER rider could enter!

The ideas submitted on the GoPro website are unique and fun: hunting for waves in Morocco by camel, a world record tall bike, or riding a bike in the tallest mountains on earth. 

The grand prize winner will receive a $30,000 dream trip accompanied by a GoPro film crew, $15,000 USD in cash, and Everything that GoPro makes!

If you aren't the Grand Prize Winner (out of the thousands of entries) you could still be one of the 9 weekly winners and win everything GoPro makes for being the most creative or original entry.

Here are some that we thought of:

1. Ride my STRIDER on every continent!

2. Race my STRIDER in Japan, Australia, South Africa, England, Venezuala, and the STRIDER World Championship in the USA.

3. Take an epic road trip with my family up the Pacific Coast Highway with plenty of STRIDER riding breaks along the way.

4. Follow the Tour de France and get my STRIDER signed by each stage winner.

We'd love to see some STRIDER parents get super creative and win some prizes. What would you do with the grand prize? Steal our ideas or come up with your own, but make sure to enter for your chance to win some awesome GoPro swag!

Full Details, Prizes, and Rules can be found on the GoPro site.

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Published in Parents Are Talking

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5 Year Old STRIDER
      Brody "Bad Boy" Murphy - Team Gold's Gym - Magnolia, TX
      Gage "12 Gage" Weidman - T & K Repair/AZBG - Phoenix, AZ
      Landden Richardson - Victorville, CA
      Colin Baldwin - Team Stylin - Randallstown, MD
   
4 Year Old STRIDER
      Peyton Keesee - Joshua, TX
      Jude Avellaneda - Henderson, NV
      Waylon Honnold - COSTA MESA, CA
      Levi Toia - Henderson, NV
      Makayla Allred - Oceanside, CA
      Brodie Chote - Bakersfield, CA
      Addison Kirkpatrick - Meairie, LA
      Joseph Vandaam - Loyalton, CA
      Joshua Carey - Henderson, NV
   
3 Year Old STRIDER
      Jeremiah Rodarte - Albuquerque, NM
      Aliyah Yungker - Team Empowered Clothing - Peoria, AZ
      Isabella "The Gremlin" Leija - Team Chico Corsa - Chico, CA
      Spencer Patterson - Bullhead City, AZ
      Jaxson Worth - Coalinga, CA
      Ella-Blu Rickards - Houston, TX
      Gavin "HOK" Yogues - "Team HOK9" Corona, CA
      Aspen Lavin - Las Vegas, NV
      Diesyll Mastenbroek - Rio Linda, CA
      Owen "Rocket" Garthe - Team X Factory - Phoenix, AZ
      Jax Phillips - Anaheim, CA
      Dylan "SHowtime" McAtee - Team Jalapeno Eexperience - Mesa, AZ
      Adyson Abbott - Track Rats BMX Club - Rosevile, CA
      Jude Phillips - Anaheim, CA
      Bradley Baldwin - Sparks, NV
      Quinci Chambers - Team ORP Racing - Surprise, AZ
   
2 & UNDER STRIDER
      Darius "Little D" Chapman - Team Bighorn Reno NV - Sparks, NV
      Gavyn Degiacomo - Westminster, CA
      Viggo Leoncio - Bellflower, CA
      Kaden Cota - National City, CA
      Talon "FIshy" Gaona - Team Papa Kelly Auto Mexhanix - Desert Hot Springs, CA
      Brandon Smith - Imperial Beach, CA
      Tristan Kay - Las Vegas, NV
      Addie Redford - Riverbank, CA
      Carson Conway - Boulder City, NV
      "Spicy" Thai Martin - Long Beach, CA
      Arlo Sexton - Boise, ID
      Kayden Hemphill - Eliminator - Las Vegas, NV
      Gunner Clinedinst - Apple Valley, CA
      Jack Carrier - Las Vegas, NV

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Published in Strider Racing
Tuesday, 05 July 2011 19:41

George: Week 5

Progress on a Strider is different with every individual; Some kids jump right on and never look back, Others are very slow at getting the feel for it, while others may get right on and take off only to leave it alone for what seems like forever.

We get countless emails, facebook updates, Tweets, phone calls and Strider Life threads regarding Strider successes.  This YouTube video is a great example of the middle ground between a beginning rider and a more experienced rider.

George Strides around an old mini-golf course, Striding though narrow gaps, up and down small curbs and does it all with an adorable Scottish accent.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tATfq-nxCKM[/youtube]

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Published in Parents Are Talking
Monday, 20 June 2011 22:36

Learning Every Day

We've been getting a lot of questions lately concerning the different levels of skill for riders. When my daughter first got her Strider as an 18 month old she mostly spun the wheels with the bike laying on the ground. At the time I kept wondering if she would ever ride it.  When she did straddle the Strider most of her time was spent walking with her butt off the seat.

Nine months later I can barely believe how competent she has become.  She wants to ride ALL the time and when there are other Strider riders around she is cruising right along with them.  She's still working on balancing with her feet off the ground for extended distances, but now I know that it is the next step in her Strider progression and it will happen soon enough!

Here is a great video that comes out of Germany where the generic term for balance bike is 'laufrad'. We like this video because it shows an 18 month old Strider rider taking his first steps with his new Green Strider. Hopefully this video will give you an idea of the beginning process on a Strider.  Good luck and happy Striding!

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xERGLvhjC_w[/youtube]

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Published in STRIDER Tech
Friday, 27 May 2011 13:15

YAAAHHHOOOO!!

We found a great GoPro video of Devin on his orange Strider!  Devin's camera is mounted on his handlebars and bike frame to give you a totally different perspective on the Strider experience.

When Devin lets out his YAHOO! we bet you can't keep from smiling...we couldn't.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRGZOhwGwtI[/youtube]

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Published in Adventure Striding
Thursday, 31 March 2011 17:57

Double Trouble Test Ride!

You've seen the Double Trouble in previous Strider blog entries, now see it in action!  Wyatt and Cole, sons of Strider R&D man Charlie, test ride their Dad's creation to see if they can cooperate long enough to make it work.

Cole's legs are a little shorter than Wyatt's, but this is definitely the best test ride to date!

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMxyN3TScGc[/youtube]

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Published in Our Passionate Staff

Warning: Great review followed by a video with some nasty trike/training wheel crashes.

"We bought two Striders for our 2.5 year old twins who had been really struggling with trying to peddle a tricycle. Within a couple of days they were zipping down the slight incline on our gravel driveway, and really balancing with no adult training required.

We saw them crash many times trying to negotiate riding a tricycle, but they really learned to balance quite easily on the Strider bike. It is well and thoughtfully engineered, strong, but light in weight for small kids.
5 out of 5 stars!  Highly recommended!!!!" -- (Jay in Ohio)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhHjyC-AXIE[/youtube]

Published in Reviews
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