What age do kids use Striders?
The Strider™ balance bike is built mainly for children ages 1 to 5 up to 50 lbs. 2. Can the seat height be adjusted? The seat can be adjusted from 11 inches to 16 inches to accommodate the needs of your growing child.
Are balance bikes a waste of money?
Balance bikes definitely are not a waste of money. They are more helpful than tricycles and training wheels in developing children’s balance. It becomes easier and more comfortable for kids to ride a bike who have already developed their balance with a balance bike.
Do Strider bikes have real tires?
Tires on the Strider 14x, 16, and 20 Sport are normal bike tires that will require air to stay properly inflated. … Strider offers two different length seatposts – 220 mm (8.66 in.) and 305 mm (12.0 in.). Older/taller riders will benefit by using the XL seatpost.
Are Strider bikes made in USA?
The bikes are produced overseas, with 18 people overseeing production. And that doesn’t count the distributors who sell them. “We sell more bikes internationally now than we do in the U.S.,” McFarland said, with Striders currently being sold in at least 36 countries. “It’s just going nuts in Japan.
How high should the seat be on a Strider bike?
Ensure your child’s inseam falls into the seat height range of the Strider Bike. Typically, adjust the seat so it sits approximately 2.5 cm (1 in.) below your child’s inseam. Start by having your child stand next to the bike and adjust the seat so that it sits slightly lower than the top of their inseam.
What is the difference between a Strider Sport and a Strider sport?
The STRIDER 12 Classic has the same quality frame and wheels as the 12 Sport but requires tools and a little more time for assembly and adjustment. The biggest difference between the two models is that the Sport includes 2 seats: a mini saddle for young riders as well as a padded XL seatpost for older, taller riders.