Strider adds to Balance Bike line

Super 16 billed as the ultimate bike for children who are ready to venture off trail.
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Strider Sports International has extended its range of chlldren's no-pedal balance bikes with the launch of the Super 16.

Designed for six to ten year olds, the Strider Super 16 is aimed at young riders who are ready to venture off trail, or perform tricks and stunts that a heavier, more complicated pedal bike won't allow.

It has a unique combination of features - the larger integrated footrests and ergonomic caliper handbrakes - making it the only bike of its size capable of pulling double duty as a teaching tool and stunt bike.

"We are so excited to introduce the Super 16," said Ryan McFarland, CEO of Strider Sports International. "It's a natural step for both the company, and our family of Strider Riders."

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