Strider 12 Classic Balance Bike - Kids'

Strider 12 Classic Balance Bike - Kids'
Strider 12 Classic Balance Bike - Kids'
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12 Classic Balance Bike - Kids' by Strider
Make some fun and lasting memories as you watch your little tike "pedal" around on the Strider 12 Classic Balance Bike. Meant for children aged 18 months to 3 years, this pedal-free ride is driven one-foot at a time to teach your child balance and coordination before speed. You'll never have to worry about fixing flat tires, as these are flat-free, and for an extra safeguard you can add an optional rear brake if your little racer proves too fast for you.

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SKU: STD000S
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