Welcome to Team Strider! We’re so happy to take this journey with you and your child. StriderLife is awesome! Choose a guide below (Stride Guide for kids just learning to balance or Pedal guide if they are ready to take it to the next level) for a complete step by step process for teaching your child to ride! Watch this learn-to-pedal video.
All Kids Bike learn-to-ride programs provide you with all the training and resources needed to get more kids riding. Whether you want to host a class in daycare, team up with athletes with special needs, or get bikes in your school, we have the program for you!
The All Kids Bike Inclusive Learning classes are typically taught in conjunction with Special Olympics programming or in an adaptive learn-to-ride setting.
The Strider Education Inclusive Learning programs are designed for riders 6 years old to adults. The Riding Basics program teaches older children and/or individuals with disabilities the basic skills to learn to ride and the Racing Techniques program is designed for athletes riding in a team or competitive group setting.
The Strider Education Inclusive Learning classes are designed to be taught in 5 one-hour lessons with the suggestion of one lesson per week for 5 weeks. As an instructor (or coach), you will be opening up a new level of confidence and independence for individuals of all abilities. By providing riders with a balance bike along with training, you are paving the way for increased mobility and socialization.
The All Kids Bike Kindergarten PE Program is part of a global movement on a mission to teach every child how to ride a bike in kindergarten PE class.
All Kids Bike equips schools and organizations with everything they need to get kids rolling.
The Kindergarten PE Program provides an inclusive learn-to-ride opportunity packed with fun, gratification and success! Building upon a foundation of skills acquired in each lesson, students achieve milestones that guide them to the final goal of pedaling a bike independently.
One percent of your purchase gives another kiddo the opportunity to learn to ride a bike through the Strider Rider Fund.