Kids as young as 18 months have been kicking around on Strider bikes (think toddler bicycle with no pedals) for years now as a great way to introduce the level of proprioception needed to ride a bike. The concept is so well conceived that all parents looking to get their children on a bicycle at a young age should consider the transition. This balance builder also happens to work well for riding motorcycles as well, so before Junior gets his first 50cc dirt bike, maybe it’s time to plop him aboard a Strider.
If you’re a KTM family, you’re in luck.
KTM and Strider Sports International have joined forces to create a special graphic for the KTM-minded kid. This orange model weighs all of 6.9 pounds and is highly adjustable for riders of all sizes. The frame is a welded design with stylish graphics replicating the bold styling of KTM’s full sized motocrossers.
Junior can ride all day long knowing that the tires are puncture proof and the manufacturer promises a maintenance-free ride.
More info? http://www.stridersports.com/ktm