Did you have fun? We sure did! Wow, what an AMAZING day of Strider Cup racing in Fort Worth's Sundance Square! Little Texas tornadoes strode over, through, and around various obstacles like tumbleweeds zooming through the Lone Star State. It was truly an incredible sight to see. The Fort Worth Strider Cup ended up with over 230 registered racers! Thank you for your support, and we hope that you had an awesome time! It’s so cool to see all those happy, smiling faces riding their hearts out. New Strider champions were crowned in the 2-and-under, 3-, and 4-year-old classes. The Fort Worth Strider Cup marked our first ever open 14x Sport class, and man-oh-man what an extraordinary time! Thank you so much to Sundance Square and Fort Worth for giving everyone a day of riding, racing, and making new friends!
Don't forget, everyone who participated is welcome to attend the Strider Cup World Championship in Boulder, CO July 20th and July 21st!
Where’s the fun without a little friendly competition?! Strider Racing Events are designed to provide just that. Our races offer a safe, fun, and slightly competitive atmosphere where children can show off their Strider skills in front of a cheering crowd supportive of all riders. Not only do these races put the abilities of young riders to the test, they introduce the competitive spirit to a new generation, which helps build confidence and lays the foundation for good sportsmanship.
The Strider Cup World Championship event 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 Cup racer or just starting out, the Strider Cup World Championship weekend is an international celebration that includes racing and a variety of activities, games, music, and excursions, all set in beautiful Boulder, Colorado.
Strider Bikes are a ticket to many exclusive opportunities for Strider owners and aren't possible without sponsorship. Reach young families in an authentic and engaging manner by sponsoring the "Tour de France for Toddlers".