This is our second strider bike. All our children have loved them and never even knew what training wheels were. They went straight from the strider (started at 18months old) to a big kid bike (by 3 years old). Strider never disappoints. So durable and well worth your money.
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My Grandson loves it. Fun developing great eye hand coordination. Along with Balance Looks cool, and a Great price at Motosport
Purchased for my 2yr old. Push bikes are great at helping toddlers/children learn balance and provide a gateway to enjoy riding alongside their parents. Most BMX tracks offer a Strider class, which if you ever get the chance to see, its the cutest thing on two wheels.
Quality of the bike is good and Strider has great support, offering replacement parts and often times demos at events across the country. Keep in mind lower end models feature plastic wheels/tires, where as higher end builds have spoked wheels with rubber inflatable tires.
I got this for my daughter for Christmas so she get s used to balancing. These bikes are great for little ones. They are better than training wheels cause the child gets to feel the balancing in the bike with there legs and feet of course. What a great idea for a learning bike for kids.
Best price I could find
There have been no questions asked about the Strider 12 Classic No-Pedal Balance Bike.