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Designed for small children to learn how to ride a bicycle. It is a no-pedal bike that teaches the child coordination.

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Kids can go straight from this bike to a real bike without needing training wheels

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This pedal-less design of this bike helps a child gain confidence to ride a bike

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The ST-2 was better with a more comfortable seat and better quality wheels

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The Strider ST-3 No-Pedal Balance Bike is designed for small children to learn how to ride a bicycle. It is a no-pedal bike that teaches the child coordination, balance and other motor skills before he needs to learn to pedal. The child moves it by pushing with his feet on the ground. It is made for a toddler with a lighter frame, smaller handlebars and grips, and a smaller seat. This learning bike comes in 10 color choices. 

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  • 12-inch molded wheels
  • Never flat EVA polymer tires
  • Welded steel frame and handlebars
  • 1 year warranty against manufacturing defects
  • One-Piece Molded Wheel - One piece design with proven no-flat EVA Polymer tire.
  • Mini-Grip Handlebar and Mini-Handgrips - 43% Smaller diameter than standard grips to better fit a toddler’s small hands.
  • Handlebar Pad - Adds extra protection
  • Mini-Saddle on 220-millimeter Seat Post - Smaller, narrower and lighter than a typical saddle to better fit a toddler’s tiny hip spacing.
  • Quick-Clamps on Seat and Handlebar - No-tool assembly and adjustment 
  • Patented LAUNCHPAD Footrests - Integrated into frame and positioned to allow development of advanced riding skills.
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If your child is 3 and a half years old or older, STRIDER recommends purchasing the Extra Long Seat post in addition to the standard seat post included with the STRIDER.

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Two-Wheel Balance

This bike does not have any pedals or training wheels. This bike teaches the child to learn balance so he can transition to a real bike. The child moves it with his feet. 
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Weight and Wheels

Children learn how to ride a two wheeled bike by gaining the motor skills to do so. Tricycles and training wheels have children focus on pedaling too much and do not teach how to ride a two-wheeled bike as well. This bike weighs less than a typical 12-inch bike so it is easier to use and learn with.
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For Growing Toddlers

This bike can grow with a toddler. A one-year-old child can start learning with it since the seat height begins at 11 inches from the ground. As the child grows, the handlebars and seat are adjustable with This bike has numerous features for a small child, including a low handlebar, a light weight and smaller handle grips. Once the child passes the age of 3 1/2, you can add the Extra Long seat post, not included. 
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