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Strider 14x Sport

3 Years - 6 Years

$149.99

*Pedal Kit not included

WHEEL SIZE

14"

Clear

QUANTITY

*CALL FOR SHIPPING TO ALASKA OR HAWAII

Currently Fuchsia is the only color in stock in Balance Bike mode only. Blue and Green will be available in Balance Bike mode only at a later date, but can be purchased as a bundle now.

Instant Success. That’s what we wanted kids to experience on the Strider 14x Sport. We put together all the right ingredients to give your tyke a taste of confidence to successfully shift from riding a balance bike to pedaling like a pro as quickly as possible. Why? Because the success your child experiences when they ride a Strider is going to stay with them throughout their life.

Kids from all over the world are learning how to ride on the 14x Sport.  The confidence and freedom that comes with learning how to pedal a bike rockets them into a level of the awesomesphere they didn’t even know existed. Plus, parents get to see their child grow and develop right before their eyes. Pretty cool, right? The 14x starts off as a balance bike, which helps kiddos who either haven’t been on a bike before or are veteran Strider riders gain confidence and balancing ability on a bigger bike.  Once your little renegade is ready to pedal, just attach the Easy-Ride Pedal Conversion Kit (sold separately) and VOILÁ!  You got the most adjustable, most amazing pedal bike in the world.

It gets better.  If your mini-me is sprouting up faster than a weed amped up on fertilizer, the adjustable seat and handlebars mean the 14x Sport will continue to fit them. Converting the 14x from balance bike to pedal bike is super quick and easy (we even give you the wrench to screw in the only bolt). Now, your kid is pedaling around the neighborhood thinking you’re a superhero for getting them a 14x.  They’re realizing their skills and freedom with a newfound confidence and thirst for adventure.  And now, your neighbors all have to step up their parenting game.

Yeah, we’d call that a parenting win.

STRIDER® 14x Sport Balance Bike – Funky Fuchsia – SKU: SK-SB1-US-PK, UPC: 848953001824

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1FRAME

Frame and Fork: Steel
Maximum Rider Weight: 36 kg (80 lbs.)
Weight: Bike without Pedal Kit 5.7 kg (12.5 lbs.)

2HANDLEBAR

Handlebar: Strider Custom 22.2 mm, 68 mm rise, 25.4 mm mount, 4° backsweep/ 4° upsweep
Grips: Strider Custom 22.2 mm
Stem: Strider Custom Alloy/Steel, 25.4 mm Bar Mount
Head Set: Strider Custom Polymer
Steering Clamp: Binder Clamp (5 mm Wrench Adjustable)

3SEAT

Seat Height: 38-55 cm (15-22 in.)
Seat Clamp: Easy Adjust Lever Clamp (No-Tool Adjustment)
Seat: Strider Custom Performance Saddle
Seatpost: 22.2 mm x 293 mm

4WHEELS

Tubes: Schrader Valve Air Tube
Tires: 14” x 1.75” All-Purpose Tires
Wheels: Alloy Rims and Hubs, Chrome Spokes

5FOOTREST

Footrest: Included

6FULL SPECS

Size: 14" Wheels
Weight: Bike without Pedal Kit 5.7 kg (12.5 lbs.)
Fits Inseam: 40-58 cm (16-23 in.)
Rider Height: Approx. 95-125 cm (37-49 in.)
Rider Age: 3 to 7 years 
Colors: Funky Fuchsia
Seat Height: 38-55 cm (15-22 in.)
Maximum Rider Weight: 36 kg (80 lbs.) 
Frame and Fork: Steel
Head Set: Strider Custom Polymer 
Steering Clamp: Binder Clamp (5 mm Wrench Adjustable) 
Seat Clamp: Easy Adjust Lever Clamp (No-Tool Adjustment) 
Tubes: Schrader Valve Air Tube
Tires: 14” x 1.75” All-Purpose Tires
Wheels: Alloy Rims and Hubs, Chrome Spokes
Footrest: Included
Stem: Strider Custom Alloy/Steel, 25.4 mm Bar Mount
Handlebar: Strider Custom 22.2 mm, 68 mm rise, 25.4 mm mount, 4° backsweep/ 4° upsweep
Grips: Strider Custom 22.2 mm 
Seat: Strider Custom Performance Saddle 
Seatpost: 22.2 mm x 293 mm
Tools Included: 5 and 6 mm Hex Wrenches
Assembly: Bike is 85% Assembled
CPSC Tested and Approved

Strider Bikes Sizing Chart

What is a Strider Bike?

Only the coolest balance bike for toddlers on the market! Strider Bikes are designed to be the best way for toddlers to learn to ride by teaching balance first. A Strider Balance Bike inspires confidence for a child who has only been walking for a short time. If your child can walk, they can ride a Strider!

What model should I buy?

Great question. So many options! We offer several different models for kiddos ages 6 months - 7 years old:

12 Sport 2-in-1 Rocking Bike – Built for babies looking for fun and freedom. This is the perfect way to introduce a bike to your child. (6 months – 5 years)

12 Pro 2-in-1 Rocking Bike – An all-aluminum frame meets a rocking good time. Perfect for future racers and high-performance fans. (6 months – 5 years)

12 Classic – Don’t let its modesty fool you. The Strider Classic is a skill-building, confidence-building, budget-friendly model. (Ages 18 months to 3 years)

12 Sport – Looking for more features than you can shake a stick at? Meet the bike that set the world on fire. It’s our most popular model for a reason. (Ages 18 months to 5 years)

12 Pro – Performance meets perfection with the Pro’s all-aluminum frame. This is our high-end model and race ready right out of the box. (Ages 18 months to 5 years)

14x Sport – Instant riding success? Yeah, we went there. The 14x starts off as a balance bike and, with a little help from the Easy-Ride Pedal Conversion Kit, transforms into their very first pedal bike. This is the best bike for those younglings making the transition to pedals. (Ages 3 to 7 years)

What size should I get?

Strider Bikes are available in 12", 14", 16", and 20" models (the number refers to wheel diameter in inches). The best way to determine which size is right for your kiddo is to go by their inseam. Check out our handy inseam graph below.

There are no pedals? How do they make it go? How do they stop?

Children put their feet on the ground and push, just like Fred Flintstone.

Toddlers' legs are strongest when used this way, rather than trying to pedal really short cranks. They are actually faster and more capable of dealing with uneven terrain and inclines on a Strider Balance Bike than a pedal bike.

Stopping is just as easy as starting; they just put their feet down. For experienced riders, we also offer an optional foot-operated brake. We don't recommend it until about age 3 to 4 years old. For really young riders, success requires simplicity. That’s what we strive to do: Keep It Simple.

Are the tires plastic? Foam? No-air?

We get this question all the time. The tires on all Strider 12" models (Classic, Sport, and Pro) are made of an EVA polymer, which provides two key benefits. First, they’re extremely lightweight for easy control. Seriously, these puppies are half the weight of an air-filled tire and inner tube. Second, and parents love this part, they require NO MAINTENANCE. They will NEVER go flat and never need to be checked; just grab and go!

Tires on the Strider 14x, 16, and 20 Sport are normal bike tires that will require air to stay properly inflated. You can find information on the proper inflation PSI on the side of every Strider tire.

How high should the seat be?

Proper seat height should have the child sitting on the saddle, with feet flat on the ground, with a slight bend in the knees. For long-distance striding on smooth surfaces, you can raise this slightly. For obstacles, tricks, and off-road riding, the saddle should be adjusted for slightly more bend in the knees. Strider offers two different length seatposts – 220 mm (8.66 in.) and 305 mm (12.0 in.). Older/taller riders will benefit by using the XL seatpost.

How high should the handlebars be?

Handlebar height should be at the lowest setting for children 6 – 24 months old, mid-height for 36 – 48 months old, and at the highest setting for 48+ months old. Typically, you want the handlebars to be about mid-torso. For older/bigger kids that still love their Striders but are getting too big, we also offer our XL Handlebar.

What first pedal bike do you recommend?

The Strider 14x Sport! Seriously, there’s no better way to teach your child how to pedal than with the 14x Sport.

What should I do, my child is big enough to pedal a bike but doesn't want to quit riding the Strider?

Kids are focused on FUN. The transition to ANY pedal bike is a big one because most pedal bikes are two to three times the weight of a Strider. Most pedal bikes will only be able to be ridden on flat, smooth surfaces. This isn't nearly as much fun as going on an adventure with your all-terrain-capable Strider. We recommend that you offer both to your child and let them choose. Remember, ALL the skills learned and time spent on the Strider will roll into pedal bike/dirt bike riding proficiency later. So don't get in a hurry; don't feel like they are getting behind. When the pedal bike becomes more FUN to them, they will make the switch. Until that time, you want to encourage them to ride and have FUN on whichever bike they choose. That’s why we designed the 14x Sport as a balance bike that turns into a pedal bike. Switching back to balance bike mode takes only minutes, and your child has the best of both worlds.