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Revolutionary Children’s Bike Upgraded With Wide Array Of New Features
Rapid City, SD (February 4, 2013) – Strider Sports International, the world’s premier manufacturer and marketer of children’s no-pedal balance bikes for toddlers learning to ride, is changing the game again with the STRIDER ST-4 balance bike. Years of testing and real-world experience have resulted in the most advanced children’s balance bike to date.
The STRIDER ST-4 employs the famous STRIDER No-Pedal concept, but utilizes a variety of new parts and features to elevate the bike to a whole new level. From enhanced mechanical parts like sealed cartridge bearings to more comfortable handlebar grips and improved tire tread, the new STRIDER ST-4 addresses every aspect of a child’s riding experience.
The STRIDER ST-4 No-Pedal Balance Bike is a scientifically proven tool for encouraging the development of spatial awareness, balance, and basic motor skills that all children need to reach their maximum riding potential faster, better, and more safely.
The new STRIDER ST-4 sports revamped, updated packaging to streamline the STRIDER look. The full list of enhancements will please parents with their safety features and quick assembly out of the box:
“The STRIDER ST-4 is the culmination of many years of design improvements,” said Ryan McFarland, CEO of Strider Sports International. “We take the rider experience very seriously at Strider Sports and think the latest iteration of our flagship product is the best performing and safest balance bike to ride on the market. Setting the standard with design and rideability has made STRIDER the most popular no-pedal bike in the world. I’m proud to say we’ve hit the mark again with the STRIDER ST-4. There simply is no better bike for inspiring a love of riding.”
The ST-4 model balance bike will be available for shipment March 1 of this year, and sells for $109.
To see the STRIDER ST-4 in action, visit www.StriderBikes.com.
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