This post is brought to you by Strider Bikes to share how to learn to ride a bike faster. The content and opinions expressed below are my own.
Learning how to ride a bike for a child is a difficult process. Falling down, scraped knees and hurt feelings all go along with learning to ride a bike. However, Strider Bike makes these difficulties disappear with their ingenious design of a bike with no pedals.
Learn to Ride a Bike Faster With A Strider Bike
Yes, that is right Strider Bikes have no pedals. Why is that do you ask? This allows the child to learn balance at their own pace. They are able to easily push off with their legs and just stride along. My friend Sam here is enjoying using his bike for the first time. It was so easy for him to hop on and just go!
I love the immediate confidence level a child gains while learning to ride this bike. As they continue to use it, they better understand balance and can go longer distances by gliding. There are a couple of foot rests in the back for a child to rest their feet if they are gliding a long distance.
Sam has two older brothers and he now enjoys going riding with the whole family together. Strider Bikes build confidence to easily transition to a pedal bike. This bike can grow with your child. The seat and handle bars adjust easily. The seat even comes with shorter and longer poles to adjust to the proper size for your child or to use with multiple kids.
Strider Cup Series – Fort Worth
To encourage learning to ride a bike, Strider Bike is hosting a Strider Cup Series with the first stop being in Fort Worth, Texas. The race will take place on May 6th at Sundance Square. Races are held from age 2-5, with a special needs race, too! Find out more information on how to register your Strider Rider. Stay in touch on the Strider Bike Facebook page and let them know you are going to the event.
Learning to ride a bike doesn’t have to be difficult. Using a Strider Bike will give your child confidence and skills to learn to ride a pedal bike with ease. Using all those small muscles to learn how to balance will be key when learning how to ride a bike. Riding a bike is a lasting memory they will never loose.