Strider Bike Rocking Base - Kids'

Strider Bike Rocking Base - Kids'
Strider Bike Rocking Base - Kids'
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Bike Rocking Base - Kids' by Strider
Transform your child's Strider Bike into the perfect training, rocking-horse bike with the Rocking Base. Made from durable plastic, this base is designed to work with Strider Bikes only, turning them into fun, low-to-the-ground, indoor rocking bikes for your baby to elarn the ropes on. It installs in seconds, requires no batteries, and won't make any annoying sounds as your child has a blast.

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SKU: STD000V
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