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Shop for Tricycles and Riding Toys from! The Strider 12 Sport No-Pedal Balance Bike - Blue is an excellent choice for kids just making the transition to a two-wheeled bike. Because the bike has no pedals, your child's feet rest on the ground, and the bike moves when he walks or runs. This design allows your child to learn how to balance on a bike without having to master the pedals at the same time. Strider bikes have been scientifically proven to improve balance in young children.The Sport model has all the features of the Classic model, including soft urethane hand grips, EVA polymer tires that never need air, and a mini-seat made to fit the smallest riders. With the Sport model, an extra-long seat post with attached larger seat is included, allowing for a maximum seat height of 19 inches from the ground. Also, height adjustments for the seat and handlebar are even easier on the Sport model - a machined aluminum quick release means you don't even need a wrench. The handlebar itself is 43% smaller than the Classic handlebar, which is easier for small hands to control.When your child has mastered balancing with his feet on the ground, he can move up to pushing off and gliding with his feet on the frame-integrated foot rests.Help ease your child's transition to a big-kid bike with the Strider 12 Sport No-Pedal Balance Bike. It'll grow with him until he's ready to master the pedals.About Strider Sports A love of bicycling and motorcycling is what binds Strider Sports' core management together. In addition, Strider boasts over 20 years of experience in business law and patents, successful development and sale of other cycle industry products, 20+ years in the bicycle and motorcycle industry, and well over 50 years of general business management experience. The people behind the Strider balance bike combined these varied experiences and abilities to create this incredible educational vehicle designed to eliminate fear of riding and provide a tremendous amount of pure fun for children.
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The proliferation of everything digital seems to indicate that children would be best prepared for the world if they were wired-in from the moment that they sit upright. However, as evidenced in countries such as Finland, where children don't start school until age eight, but where the population is highly-educated, child-like play is actually a key to success. This learning process is well-supported by the Montessori, Walden, and Reggio Emilia schools of childhood education. One component of play is proprioceptive learning -- one's ability to sense body position. The Strider balance bikes are specifically designed to develop coordination and balance in children, all while having fun. Strider's SS-1 was developed for older children to develop advanced skills. Most noticeable on the Strider bikes is the absence of cranks. By eliminating the drivetrain, children use their feet to propel the bike. The motion is different than walking, in that sitting on a bike requires side-to-side balance and the ability to lean without falling. Initially the seat is placed quite low in order to increase stability with both feet firmly planted on the ground. As a child's confidence and coordination increases, the seat is raised slightly, so that walking the bike becomes smoother and faster. Eventually, as your little ones develop the skills to coast, they're feet are placed on the Launchpad footrests. Although the original bike was developed for toddlers, Strider saw a need for a larger frame for older children (ages six to ten) who want to venture onto trails, race, or perform trick and stunts. The SS-1 opens up the benefits of a balance bike to a whole new audience. Weighing in at 15lbs, it's much lighter than the typical geared children's bike. And like the rest of the line, the SS-1 doesn't have cranks or gears. A contoured hand brake provides security to slow down as well as develop hand-eye coordination. It's built with 16in aluminum wheels on sturdy steel hubs. They are...
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