Director Jewels: Strider Bike Classic {Giveaway}

Friday, May 16, 2014

Strider Bike Classic {Giveaway}

Welcome to the Strider Bike Classic Giveaway!

Sponsored by:  Strider

Hosted by:  Mostly Together Mommy


We don't have a Strider Bike in our house, but I think they look really cool. Lincoln received a tricycle for his third birthday, and he loves it, but he hasn't mastered pedaling yet. I'm sure he'll catch on one of these days, but this seems like a great step between for kids who are learning how to ride a bike!

A Strider Bike is unlike other bikes for kids. It's different in a good way. Strider bikes teach balance and coordination and allow children to build up their confidence until the point when they are ready for a "big kid" bike.

Strider bikes don't have pedals, allowing children to keep their feet on the ground and build both their confidence and their coordination. These bikes have the lowest seat height of any child's bike and also are tested thoroughly for safety. Even better? Strider bikes are all terrain - the tires will never go flat!

Have you tried one of these bikes with your kids?

Giveaway

One lucky winner is going to take home a Strider Bike Classic. Simply enter using the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open to all those in the U.S. 18+ and will end on June 6. Good luck, everyone!


Director Jewels has not been compensated to promote this giveaway. This giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. Director Jewels is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

7 comments:

  1. I love that children of all abilities can use this bike

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  2. I like that it grows with your child from 18 months to 5 yrs. Means that both my boys could get use out of this bike!

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  3. I love that the tires will never go flat and never need to be checked.

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  4. I love the look of the bike but its best feature is my son wouldn't grow out of it too quickly. The company is awesome. I learned they do so much good for all children. Since I have a special son I especially like that Strider Bike contributes to Special Olympics.

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  5. I like that STRIDER balance bikes focus on the fundamentals of balancing, leaning, and steering without the distractions and complications of pedals or training wheels.

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  6. Such a neat concept! I've never seen a Strider before I read about it here, but it looks like a fantastic way to learn balance.

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  7. I like that you can use these as early as 18 months and I also like that your child can ride without the fear of falling so they can work on their balance!

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