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STRIDER Teams Up With CURE International! Featured

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With a shared commitment to the freedom that mobility brings, Strider Sports International and CURE International have partnered to create the NEW CURE STRIDER Balance Bike to help children (18 months to 5 years old) of all abilities around the world experience the thrill of riding and balancing on two wheels. For every CURE STRIDER bike purchased, Strider will donate $50 back to CURE and will provide FREE shipping in the continental United States. Our primary hope is that by partnering together, we can celebrate mobility in children AND provide on-going funding for additional surgeries to help more children experience mobility for the first time!

CURE is a network of 11 charitable hospitals and surgical programs around the world that delivers life-changing medical care to children and families with treatable conditions such as: Clubfoot, Bowed legs, and other leg/foot deformities. On average each orthopedic surgery and the care associated with it costs $1,000 – a child can go from a wheelchair to a STRIDER for $1,000!!!  By partnering together, we can help provide surgery for more children! 

Strider Sports was happy to start off the giving with a donation for 10 surgeries. For every 20 CURE Int'l branded STRIDER bikes that are sold another surgery will be funded! Over the next 10 weeks we'll be sharing the stories of the 10 children that have already had their surgeries performed. We hope to follow up with them further as they heal. 

The CURE STRIDER Bike is mechanically the same as a STRIDER 12 Sport, but is customized with Cure graphics on both the bike frame and the number plate.

Buy your CURE STRIDER Here

Day 1 - Amanuel Mekonnen, Age 3 - Ethiopia

1 - Amanuel

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