Strider Classic Balance Bikes Only $57 Shipped at (Regularly $90) – Readers Love These

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Hop on over to Target where you can score Strider Classic Balance Bikes for as low as $67.49 shipped (regularly $89.99).

Even better, today, November 26th only, score 15% off your purchase – no promo code needed as the discount is automatically added during checkout.

Plus, Target REDcard holders can save an additional 5%!

Check out this deal idea…

Strider Classic Balance Bikes as low as $67.49 (regularly $89.99)
15% off automatically added during checkout
Final cost $57.37 shipped!
*Target REDcard holders final cost will be just $54.50 shipped!

On the fence? Check out these reader comments…

This is the best bike EVER. Both of my kids (boy & girl) had one. Started riding it at 1 1/2 yrs old. Began riding a regular bike by 2 1/2 yrs old with NO training wheels. Hands down… BEST balance bike. 

Highly recommend this bike. Our son started in on one around 3. He got a real bike at 5 and had the training wheels off on the first day. We paid close to $100 for ours so this is a great price.

Highly recommend the Strider! Son got one for his second Christmas (21 months old) and was riding a pedal bike without training wheels as a 3 year old. These work!

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Comments 19

  1. Erin

    Skip the Strider. Buy a real bike and remove the pedals. It doesn’t take most kids long (days!) before they are riding a real bike!

    • Angie

      …but if you do get the strider, they can ride at a younger age (2) on bike rides with the family and there is no teaching them to ride a regular bike since they already know. No falling at all. These worked so well for our family. I buy them for everyone.

    • Shawna

      With a balance bike they can start much younger.

    • Monica

      Not so easy for special needs children. I wish the adult bikes were this low in price. (My 13 and 11 year old are both petrified of trying to ride a real bike).

    • Erin

      The point is, you don’t need a special bike. Buy a regular bike and remove the pedals. Instant Strider! But value added, because most very small bikes are much, much, much cheaper than Striders.

    • Erin

      The point is, you don’t need a special bike. Buy a regular bike and remove the pedals. Instant Strider! But value added, because most very small bikes are much, much cheaper than Striders.

  2. lilkim

    Cozmo robot is 139.99 plus an extra 15% off. The best deal I’ve seen for these. Regular price 179.99

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh awesome! Great find! Thanks for sharing with us!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh cool! Thanks, Sue!

    • Teknia92

      Free Shipping on Orders $0+ With Code: CYBERMON.

  3. Anitha

    Hi, all colors in the site are $82.49 with 15% discount(12.37) ends up being $70.12. What am doing wrong?

  4. Tefer2

    The $67.49 price tag applies to only the strider bikes that say for ages “18 months – 3+ years.” If the description shows up to “5+ years,” then the bike price is $82.xx. I figured that out while I was checking out. So double check!

    • lilkim

      Just fyi, there are 2 models available at target. Classic and sport. The classic shown here (lower price) doesnt come with a 2nd seat that makes the bike adjustable for older children.

  5. Anitha

    Thank You So Much,Tefer2…you nailed it. Yes it has to be 18-3+ .Ordered for my little gal ..little over the above mention price although am a red card holder $58.**

  6. lilkim00033

    Just fyi, for anyone interested in these….the sport is the one pictured in this post, but it is the classic that is on sale for the price.

    The STRIDER 12 Classic has the same quality frame and wheels as the 12Sport but requires tools and a little more time for assembly and adjustment. … The biggest difference between the two models is that theSport includes 2 seats: a mini saddle for young riders as well as a padded XL seatpost for older, taller riders.

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thank you! I have updated the post with the correct picture.

  7. Amanda

    My family is huge fans of strider bikes!! I just wanted to point out they also have the 14x with pedal kit on sale as well. This made transitioning onto an actual pedal bike so easy. My eldest outgrew her original strider so we knew it was time to get a bigger bike and was ecstatic to see the bigger size strider that allowed the addition of pedals. We got ours from a bike store and paid much more so I jumped at the opportunity to buy another today for my middle who will hand her little stride down to her little sister. So while these bikes might not be the cheapest out there, they are quality bikes that get past down from one kid to the next, and also still have quite a bit of resale value if you choose to sell after.
    Lastly, if you type in strider rocker base, you will find it on sale as well. I cant speak for its quality or usefulness yet, but I ordered that for my infant to give her on her first birthday. This just allows them to get comfortable on the strider bike without the worry of falling.

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