16 Sport Balance Bike

“The Strider 16 Sport model is the perfect bike for individuals with disabilities, as well as those who are tearing it up at the skate parks and BMX bike parks.

We believe these new models are the perfect balance of simplicity, safety, performance, and FUN, without the weight and complication of pedals,” says Ryan McFarland, CEO of Strider Sports International.

  • Simple Lightweight Design (8 kg/17.7 lbs)
  • Max Rider weight – 85 kg/187 lbs


SKU: SS-S2 Category:


A low 3 degree sweep highlight these standard 22.2mm, 600mm wide handlebars. Pressed in bearings keep the 1 1/8″ stem turning smoothly.
The cross terrain tires offer a smooth ride on all surfaces while maintaining traction in the dirt. The tire size is 1.75 – 16 and offer a 42 lb. max psi inflation rating.
The fully padded seat is mounted on a rail allowing multiple front to back and seat angle adjustments. A 25.4mm seatpost comes standard on the 16″ bike.
Bar and seat clamps
Machined aluminum quick release allows “No Tools” saddle height adjustment.
Unique, footrests can be added or removed to adjust to the rider’s size and ability.
Brake mount
Frame mounted front and rear v brakes grace the 16″ model. These brakes offer greater stopping power compared to a standard caliper style brake.

Additional information

Weight 24 lbs
Dimensions 37 × 8 × 21 in

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We love riding bikes and we love inspiring kids to ride. Our mission is to build lightweight, efficient, all-terrain bikes that build two-wheeled balance, coordination, and confidence in children. Genuine Strider Balance Bikes are the result of 10+ years of development, manufacturing improvements, riding, observation, testing, and even racing.