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While the industry typically uses “entry-level” as shorthand for a non-race bike, we can assert with comfort and confidence that the custom grips, saddles, and other features that set Strider’s lighter, more expensive models apart from the “entry-level” 12 Classic Balance Bike probably won’t be missed. The 12 Classic is designed for aspiring cyclists from 18 months to 3 years of age, providing a platform to transition from striding to coasting in order to learn the balance and handling skills necessary for eventually piloting a proper bicycle. The balance bike’s sturdy frame is rounded off with flat-free tires, an adjustable seatpost, footrests for gliding, and brake mounts so that — as the young rider’s coasting skills increase — a rear brake can be added to keep things in check.
LEARN TO RIDE – The Strider 12 Classic is a great, unembellished choice for those that want to jump in the pool but aren’t quite ready to cannonball. The budget-friendly Strider 12 Classic comes equipped with our no-flat tires, which are ready to take the punishment that only mud puddles and heavy riding can dole out.
GROWS WITH YOUR CHILD – The seat and handlebar heights adjust to accommodate ages 18 months to 3 years, or a 12– 17 in. inseam.
DESIGNED FOR YOUNG KIDS – Weighing in at only 3.0 kg (6.7 lbs.), the 12 Classic push bike makes it easy for your little boy or girl to ride and stride. The built-in footrests are perfect for learning to balance and glide.
YEARS OF FUN – We know kids put things through rigorous…*ahem*…testing. With the 12 Classic’s durable steel frame and puncture-proof tires, you don’t have to worry about damage or maintenance, and the adjustable seatpost and handle bars enable the bike to grow with your child.
IT’S MORE THAN JUST A RIDING TOY – In our quest to turn kids into amazing riders and awesome human beings, we made our Learn-To-Ride Guide available online when you register your child’s Strider. Become your little rebel’s biggest cheerleader with the best bike out there.