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Recently I was given the chance to do a review on a Strider bike. I of course said yes. I never knew about strider balance bikes before. My son is 8 years old and has a short bowed right femur bone. It's hard to tell when you look at him. But, if you look closely or watch him walk and run you see the difference. We have tried to teach him to ride a bike but it is difficult not only to learn for a kid normally but it's harder when you are off balance.
We had put the bike together and he was very happy to see that it was red which is his favorite color. He was a little upset at first when he realized it had petals but they didn't move. We explained that the most important and hardest thing is to learn how to balance. Once you learn that the rest is easy.
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He was riding and balancing the bike in no time. The smile on his face. We had brought him over to his godfathers house to ride on his road as our road is a hill, and very hard to ride on. The strider bike helped him learn how to balance and ride a bike. My little boy is getting so grown up.
I was getting a little nervous about him not being able to ride a bike. I know it was going to be harder for him to learn how to ride a bike. But some times the little bit that his leg is off even though it's not easy to see is enough to get in his way of doing things.
The bike is 16 inch and was very easy to put together. The bike came with all the tools necessary to be out together.
I want to thank strider for making this bike to help children learn how to ride a bike and make it easier for children with disabilities.

STRIDER balance bikes are industry-leading training bikes that help children 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’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 teaches young children balance on two wheels right from the start, avoiding developmental delays typical with tricycles and training-wheel bikes.

Genuine STRIDER balance bikes are the lightest balance bikes in their category, have the lowest seat height (for the youngest starting age), and are tested to the most stringent safety standards. Frame-integrated footrests, proprietary components, and the ability to easily adjust to a growing child, make the STRIDER the only bike your child needs to develop their riding skills and successfully transfer onto their first pedal bike without training wheels. For more information click here.

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  1. My daughter loves her Strider ST-3 Balance Bike and so do I. It is a well-made bike. Baby Girl is happy and confident on her bike. Because of this training and confidence, I believe she will be able to make an easy transition to a pedalled bike without fear. I’m excited to see how she does make the transition. I’ll keep you posted on how it goes. But since she is barely 2 years old, she has lots of time to play on her balance bike before that time comes.

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