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Saturday, April 24, 2010

The Strider PreBike Review and Giveaway

My boys all love being outdoors! My older boys really love riding their bikes, but my youngest was left out. At 2 1/2 years old, our options were limited. He was too big for the little toddler ride on toys, but too young for a regular bike. It made me sad because he was left out of all the fun his brothers were having! That was until we got a Strider PreBike! Now he can ride and feel like a big boy and have fun with his big brothers!

So what is a Strider PreBike? Taken from their website...

"Designed for children, ages 1 - 5, the Strider™ PREbike is lightweight, easy to control and features an adjustable seat and handlebars to accommodate a growing child. Most importantly, the Strider teaches your child balance, coordination and develops glittering confidence.


And the Strider is steady, stable and safe. At the first feeling of instability, your child will instinctively place his feet securely on the ground. So there are no "tricycle tip-overs" or "training-wheel wobbles" that stir-up a fear, hesitancy, or dislike of bike riding."

The Strider PreBike is amazing! The PreBike is what you might call a Balance Bike or Running Bike. It is a bike without pedals or training wheels that allows your child to become accustom to sitting on bicycle seat and balance while they have the ability to have both of their feet on the pavement and push themselves along. The It is really easy to use, and my 2 1/2 year old caught on immediately!

The Strider PreBike is lightweight at only about 7 pounds. "Pre-Bike" is the perfect name for this amazing little bike that gives your child the confidence in their abilities to steer and balance. Using the Strider PreBike, your child learns the basics and then when they are introduced to a pedal bike, they can quickly learn to ride!

When my son's Strider PreBike arrived, he saw the box and was so excited by the pictures on the box. He knew the bicycle inside was for him! My husband had the PreBike completely assembled in less than 20 minutes and we were ready to ride! Ever since its been put together he's been inseperatable from the Prebike. Weather permitting we are outside everyday so he can ride!

The Strider PreBike is available in Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red and Pink. The List price for the PreBike is $110 but are available on the website for $99! The PreBike is worth the investment and made extemely well. The quality of this bicycle shows in every well made part.Satisfaction is guaranteed and Strider evens offer a 60 day Money Back Guarantee because they want you to be happy with your purchase!

My son ADORES his Strider PreBike! He has so much fun riding with his brothers and I love the fact that this amazing bike is allowing him to learn skills that he will use when biking for the rest of his life!

I have been so impressed by the quality of the Strider PreBike as well as all of the great skills it teaches early bike riders that I've named the Strider PreBike as one of...

BizziMommi's Top Toys and Children's Products of 2010

If your little one is interested in biking, I would definitely recommend checking out StriderSports.com where you can find out more about the Strider PreBike and even purchase one for your family!


Wouldn't you love to have a Strider PreBike for your little one to learn to ride?


Here's your chance!

The generous people at Strider Sports are giving away a Strider PreBike to one lucky BizziMommi's Blog Reader! And.. The winner will get their choice of color, too!

Excited for your chance to win?


Here's how to enter!

******First to enter this giveaway you MUST first be a Google Connect Follower of BizziMommi's Blog!

Leave a SEPERATE comment for each entry, each additional action is worth one entry unless otherwise stated below... YOU MUST LEAVE A SEPERATE COMMENT FOR EACH ENTRY TO COUNT!


*Visit StriderSports.com and tell me something else you've learned about the Strider PreBike!


*Follow Strider PREBike on Facebook


*Follow BizziMommi's Blog on Facebook


*Follow Strider PREBike on Twitter


*Follow BizziMommi on Twitter


*Tweet about this giveaway and leave me a link so I can check it (Daily Entry!)


*Subscribe to Bizzi-Mommi's Blog via email


*Subscribe to Bizzi-Mommi's Blog via feed


*Comment on any of my Product Review posts (Other Giveaways don't count, each review is labeled so they are easy to find!)


*Post my button on your blog and leave me a link letting me know where I can find it (3 entries)


*Write about this giveaway on your blog with a link back to my original giveaway post. Leave a link so I can check your posting! (3 entries)


Be sure to leave your email address with your comments so I can contact you if you win!

Giveaway Ends on Saturday May 22nd 2010 at 11:59pm! I will then choose the winner using random.org. I will email the winner of this giveaway and post the winners names here on Bizzi-Mommi's Blog. Winner will have 48 hours to claim prize or a new winner will be chosen. This Giveaway is open to residents of the USA!

Good Luck to everyone!

398 comments:

  1. I love how it's safe and can be used by kids as soon as they can start walking. I wish this had been around when I was a kid, because I never learned how to ride a bike (I was too scared...training wheels didn't work).

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  2. I follow Strider PREBike on Facebook

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  13. love that there is no tricycle tip over!

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  15. I'd love to win this for my 2-year-old nephew. :-)

    I learned that the Strider has a lower center of gravity, and that the bike's adjustable height starts at 11 inches from the ground.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  19. I now follow StriderPREbike on twitter, @my_twitraccount.

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  26. I love that it helps them get ready to ride a a "real" bike.

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  28. following striker pre-bike on facebook

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  29. I think this is pretty cool: Even after the transition into a two-wheel pedal bike, you still might find your child spending much of his playtime on a Strider™ !

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  39. I learned that the pre-bike is designed for children 1-5 yrs and they offer a seat that has a longer stem for taller children.

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  40. I blogged about the giveaway #1 http://blossomsandblessings.blogspot.com/2010/04/strider-pre-bike-giveaway.html

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  41. I blogged about the giveaway #2 http://blossomsandblessings.blogspot.com/2010/04/strider-pre-bike-giveaway.html

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  43. Training wheels wobbles can create a fear in your child.

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  44. Daily tweet: http://twitter.com/emk808/status/12854631780

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  45. I would LOVE to win!! This is the bike I want for my son.

    An additional feature I saw is that since it has no pedals, there is also no chain for pants or shoelaces to get stuck in!

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  46. following on google friend connect

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  47. I learned the Strider Prebike helps a child transistion easily to a regular bike because they have already learned to balance and can now concentrate on learning to pedal instead of learning both at once.

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  60. I love that they say if your child can walk, they can ride! It makes so much sense. I also love the integrated foot rests.

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  64. I love that kids can learn balance before they have to deal with pedaling and balancing all at once. Great stuff! I want one!

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  66. I learned it could be used as soon as my daughter learns to walk! It would be great to get her to learn to ride a bike!


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  67. I learned that The Strider PREbike is free from any cables, chains, sprockets, pedals or protrusions that can harm your child.
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  75. I really like how they have the break that you can add on!

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  76. I really like how the tires are made not of rubber but of the long lasting foam.
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  77. I follow strider bike on facebook!
    thanks!

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  78. I follow strider bikes on facebook
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  79. I subscribed to your blog on my google reader!

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  86. I learned the Strider Prebike helps a child transistion easily to a regular bike.
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  96. I follow.

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  97. This is a safer way to learn to ride a bike. It is like the transition step. Love it!

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  99. I like how it developes motor skills.

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  103. Follow and I learned that the strider pre bike doesn't have any cables, chains, sprockets, pedals or protrusions that can harm your child.

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  115. designed for children 1-5 and is so much better to learn without training wheels

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  120. I learned that a child as young as 1 can ride

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  121. google friend!!

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  122. I learned it is supposed to teach a child to ride a bike more safely and quicker than a tricycle

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  152. I subscribe by email!
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  153. The tires are pop-proof and are half the weight of normal tires! Cool!
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  163. I learned that trikes and bikes with training wheels don't teach kids balance and coordination, but the Strider prebike does.

    My daughter would love this. She's 2 1/2 and is dying to keep up with her big brother!

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  168. I learned that the Strider is meant to help kids concentrate solely on learning balance, which takes more practice than pedaling.

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  181. I commented on your Bee-Eazy Bags review here: http://bizzimommi.blogspot.com/2010/05/bee-eazy-bags-review.html

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  183. i learned that the inventor bought a 12" pedal bike for his son, and he adjusted it by taking off pedals and lowering seat and handlebars and made the first stride prebike.

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  186. I follow your blog.

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  187. I learned that kids can start riding the Strider Bike as soon as they can walk. The wheels are light-weight so that small kids can handle the bike.

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  188. I follow Strider on Facebook.

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