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Strider Balance Bikes In Mainstream and Special Educational Needs Schools

Teachers and nursery leaders - are you looking for an active way to teach and engage your pupils for that most-valued childhood skill of riding a bike?  Our Strider Education lesson plans, along with our various Support Programs, will get kids fired up to learn the healthy, lifelong skill of riding a bike.  In this age of electronics, a startling number of kids are failing to learn this milestone skill.  We can help!

We can subsidise bikes to schools wishing to include balance bike lessons into their nursery or reception years. We have a specialist product advisor that is used to working with children with additional needs. Contact Karen@Striderbike.co.uk for more details.
 
We have three models of bikes suitable for every age, from pre-school through to secondary or in mainstream or SEN schools, with balance and coordination issues and we have scientific research that PROVES Strider Bikes help people with Dyspraxia, Asperger’s, Autism, Mild Cerebral Palsy, Downs Syndrome, ADD and ADHD.
Bikes come with a 10-year frame warranty for schools. Strider stock every spare part, so replacing wheels or grips over many years is very easy.
 
Strider is the original Balance Bike that teaches balance, improves co-ordination whilst building confidence. 
 
Typically we will see improvement in
 

Areas of improvement:

  • Balance
  • Co-ordination
  • Motor Skills
  • Concentration
  • Spatial Awareness
  • Core Strength
  • Dexterity
  • Vestibular Stimulation
  • More focused
  • Improved concentration
 We can help in a variety of ways including
 
  • Discounted bikes with a free education lesson plan.
  • Introducing you to our network of self-employed instructors that can come in and teach lessons for you.
  • Accredited Train the trainer course - we can send in a qualified instructor to train your teachers whilst teaching the school how to ride.
  • Call us for simple no-nonsense advice.
 
Striderability in schools