Get your little one saddled up and on the bike earlier than ever with the Strider 12 Pro Balance Bike. Strider has been revolutionizing the way kids learn how to ride bikes for 10-years, and the 12 Pro is their lightest weight model, making it easier for smaller groms to maneuver and learn at an earlier age. The unique nature of Strider bikes teaches kids to maintain balance without pedals, so they can take their time learning how to maneuver and turn until they are confident enough to step up to a pedal bike without the need of training wheels, which can hinder balance progression. The Strider 12 Pro is made completely of aluminum alloy, allowing Strider's designers to shave off as much weight as possible, landing the bike at a miniscule 5. 3lbs so your mini-me can ride for longer without becoming fatigued. The seatpost is adjustable from 11-to-19-inches right out of the box, ideal for 18-month to 3-year olds with an inseam between 12 and 20-inches, and the bike comes along with an additional seatpost to extend the bike's life all the way to 5-years-old. The handlebar height is also adjustable, so you can raise It higher as your little one grows. The Strider 12 Pro sets its self apart from the regular Strider 12 Classic with its lighter weight materials, race-ready number plate, tool-free adjustable seatpost and handlebar, and performance footrest. Like other models, the 12 Pro features Strider's puncture-proof EVA foam tires that never need maintenance, and 5-spoke wheels with sealed cartridge bearings to keep your grom rolling.
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