Here at Strider Bike UK, we picture a world where everyone from toddlers in nappies to pensioners, knows how to balance and ride on two wheels; a world in which kids and adults of all abilities can enjoy cycling in the fresh air.
Whilst STRIDER, is well known for teaching over 1,000,000 toddlers and young children to balance, a little known fact is how much Strider gives back
Strider Bike UK launch free bike grant
Strider have to date given away the equivalent of £270,000 worth of bikes since the companies launch in 2007 and 76% of that has gone to organisations that help people with #special needs.
We are now asking for charities and organisations to apply for a grant where we will then provide free bikes and lesson plan ideas of how to use them. Examples might be a local BMX track wanting to start free strider sessions for disadvantaged kids to a hospital wanting to use our Strider bikes for rehab. Special needs schools and charities that help children are all welcome to apply.
To meet the criteria organisations must
- Provide children and adults access to Strider Bikes in a free, inclusive programme.
- Utilise Strider Bikes in an ongoing riding programme to enhance mobility and physical skills.
- Activate Programmes that can reach new pockets of riders to teach balance using a Strider Bike.
All bikes within the Strider range can be accessed.
The all new STRIDER 16 Sport and 20 Sport models allow older kids and even adults to ride in a simple, natural way.
From residential care homes to physio departments now all can enjoy two wheels.
These highly adjustable, all-terrain bikes adapt to nearly every rider size andability, helping the rider feel safe, comfortable and confident. High quality components provide maximum safety, performance, and durability.
By having no pedals and feet flat on the floor everyone can ride.
To apply for the grant please visit striderbike.co.uk/strider-rider-fund