The Strider 12" Classic Balance Bike is an industry-leading training bike that helps toddlers and children of all abilities as young as 18-months learn to ride on two wheels. Strider balance bikes focus on the fundamentals of balancing leaning and steering without the distractions and complications of pedals or training wheels. The Strider bike's simple no-pedal design builds confidence and eliminates fear by allowing kids to have their feet on the ground and progress at their own pace. This unique design of the Strider Balance Bike teaches young children to balance on two wheels right from the start avoiding developmental delays typical with tricycles and training-wheel bikes. Shop the Strider 12" Classic Balance Bike at SCHEELS today!
- Included: 5mm wrench
- Unique frame integrated footrests
- Strider-exclusive rear brake mount allows the addition of a foot-operated brake (sold separately)
- Handlebar: 22.2mm
- Height adjustment: 46-56cm
- Tires: EVA polymer foam tires
- Saddle height adjustment: 28-41cm
- Standard 22.2mm steel handlebar and soft urethane grips with protective ends. Machined aluminum binder clamp allows height adjustment from 46-56cm (18-22"). 5mm wrench included.
- Strider-exclusive ultralight one-piece wheels sport a raised-letter five-spoke design with 10 bearing support gussets for maximum strength at the lightest weight possible.
- Top-quality sealed cartridge bearings roll smooth and never need adjustment.
- EVA polymer (industrial foam) tires are super light and durable yet offer a smooth ride. Best of all they never need air and will never go flat.
- The durable all-weather mini-saddle is designed specifically for beginning riders and their tiny hips. Smaller narrower and lighter than a typical saddle this seat allows for proper riding position and posture.
Bar and seat clamps
- Machined aluminum binder clamp allows saddle height adjustment from 28-41cm (11-16") for the perfect fit for your child. 5mm wrench included.
- Unique frame-integrated footrests are properly positioned directly below the saddle for natural bike balance. This position also fosters the advanced ability to stand while gliding as well as pumping and jumping the bike