“We are hoping that the show brings new riders to our sport, and awareness of powersports and – our brand,” says Jared Malmquist, District PG&A manager for KTM. Jared was putting the finishing touches on the KTM display at the first outdoor IMS show, taking place at the Sonoma Raceway, North of San Francisco. Malmquist
Progressive IMS Outdoors announced two new partnerships with Strider and non-profit organization All Kids Bike to lead a two-part initiative designed to excite young kids about the thrill of two wheels.
Tucker recently rolled out its Strider Adopt-A-School program partnership whereby the two companies work together to help share the excitement of two wheels with children in communities across the country.
The goal of this partnership is to strengthen the bond between the powersports business and education communities.
Strider Cup races are held across the globe, with over 30 races taking place in 2018 in countries such as Japan, the United Kingdom, China, Russia and Ecuador.
The 4th annual Flying Piston Benefit Builders Breakfast hit its stride on Sunday, Aug. 5, welcoming a first-ever presenting sponsor, Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys, and unveiling the Strider Custom program.
Strider Bikes, a global leader in teaching children as early as six months old to ride, announced the newest addition to the Strider 12 lineup, the carbon Strider 12 ST-R Balance Bike.
The custom Strider Riders will be unveiled at the 2018 breakfast as the first stop on their year-long tour.
Strider Sports has introduced the 14x Sport Balance Bike just in time for the holidays. Once the child has mastered using the 14x in balance bike mode, parents can attach the Easy-Ride Pedal Kit with one bolt.
Strider Bikes has stepped up to support the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum. Based in nearby Rapid City, Strider will be the presenting sponsor for the annual Hall of Fame induction ceremonies held in conjunction with the Sturgis Rally in August.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard recognized Strider Sports Int’l., Inc., a manufacturer and marketer of no-pedal balance bikes, with the Distinguished Service Award for its contributions to the rehabilitation and employment of South Dakotans with disabilities at the 2016 Governor’s Awards.
Strider Sports Int’l., Inc., manufacturer and marketer of children’s no-pedal balance bikes, has identified an even younger group of potential bike riders – toddlers, ages 12-24 months, just learning to stand and walk.