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Strider ST-4 No-Pedal Balance Bike

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Order now to get it by: Monday December 26 - Wednesday December 28

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Product ID: 256679

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Description

  • Sealed Cartridge Bearings are replacing the former cup and cone bearings previously found on the ST-2 and ST-3 models. The new sealed cartridge bearings roll smoothly and are maintenance- free for years of STRIDER riding
  • A new Powder Coat Finish replaces last years baked enamel paint. The new coating is longer lasting and provides a more durable finish
  • Black electrodeposited paint on the ST-4 seat post adds scratch resistance, and the Quick Release clamps are finished with black anodization. Both enhance the sleek STRIDER look and uniform design
  • New graphics make their debut on the 2013 footrest and handlebar pad, complementing the racing style of the STRIDER ST-4 bike
  • Softer durometer grips for more comfortable feel on toddlers little hands
  • If your toddler can walk, a STRIDER will get your toddler cruising over dirt, grass, and pavement with ease. Designed to
    be steady, stable, and safe, the STRIDER ST-4 bike is perfect for children from 18 months to 5 years old. Weighing only
    6.7 pounds, the STRIDERTM No-Pedal Balance Bike is designed to be super light for ease of handling by young riders. The
    bike includes patented frame-integrated footrests for advanced rider development, and the handlebar and saddle height
    are adjustable for growing children. Healthy kids develop essential motor skills early in life. Pediatricians agree that
    learning balance, coordination with exercise jump-starts a child's growth and development. The ST-4 teaches your child
    balance, coordination and develops glittering confidence. Trikes and bikes with training wheels don't. Traditional
    bicycles place too much of the focus on learning to pedal -- skimping on developing your child's motor skills.

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