Strider Bike Giveaway #NoBatteriesRequired

strider bike giveaway

The STRIDER ST-4 balance bike is much like Motocross for toddlers and a great learning tool for picking up the art of balancing on two wheels, except without the pedals. Everything on this bike is suited for toddlers and preschoolers from the Mini-Grip Handlebar to the ergonomic Mini-Saddle seat. The grips are 43% smaller than your typical bike, making it extremely easy and comfortable for pint-sized toddler hands. Weighing in at only 6.7 pounds, this bike is safe and light enough for your little one to handle.

Everything is adjustable on the STRIDER. As your child grows, you can raise the seat, purchase extensions for the handlebars and seat and teach more advanced riders to coast with the frame-integrated footrests. Sometimes balance, coordination and agility do not come naturally right away, but this balance bike can help your child develop and fine-tune those motor skills. Read a review of the STRIDER at Kara’s Deals and Steals.

The recommended ages for the STRIDER are 18 months to 5 years. You can purchase your own STRIDER bike for $109. Visit striderbikes.com to learn more. Be sure to follow Strider Bikes on Facebook as well! It’s a great resource for other Strider experiences.

One lucky reader will receive a STRIDER bike.

Giveaway ends March 28th at 11:59pm, open to US residents, ages 18+. Only one entrant per household. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

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Disclosure: Participating blogs are not responsible for prize fulfillment. I received no compensation for this post. My blog follows FTC advertising guidelines.

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