Strider creates adaptive balance bikes for kids of all shapes and sizes

Strider’s balance bikes just got a new custom option, aimed at helping ALL kids learn how to ride a bike safely and easily.

Partnering with RAM Mounts, Strider now offers customized equipment for their bikes, allowing kids with different heights or limb lengths to fit and control their bikes. And the best part? There’s no additional charge for this customization.

Parents will need to fill in a form and submit some measurements and photos of the child before ordering the bike. Then Strider uses that data to modify the handlebar or other parts as necessary. From there, they select any necessary attachments from RAM Mounts to enable shorter (or missing) limbs to connect to the bike.

RAM makes mounts that allow you to attach phones, tablets, and other gadgets to your bike, moto, car, boat, desk, etc. Given the rigors of holding those electronics stable over varied terrain, they’re also adjustable enough to fit a wide variety of riders’ needs.

Check out rider stories and more details with the order form at StriderBikes.com/adaptive.

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Matt
Matt
1 month ago

Awesome!

Dockboy
Dockboy
1 month ago

Yes! All bodies deserve bikes!

Collin S
Collin S
1 month ago

This is awesome. Super cool, especially at the no up-charge. Great work Strider!

Bryin
Bryin
1 month ago

This is very cool.

Steve h
Steve h
1 month ago

Well done Strider!

WhateverBikes
29 days ago

Totally cool!