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Strider 12 Classic Balance Bike - Red

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Designed for children
18 months to 3 years old

  • Learn to ride and balance on two wheels without training wheels or pedals
  • Patented design is simple and durable for years of use
  • Maintenance free puncture proof tires
  • Lightweight with lowest seat height for the youngest possible starting age
  • Unique, built-in footrests for smooth, easy gliding and trick riding
  • Durable, all-weather plastic mini seat won’t rip or tear
  • Easily adjustable seat and handlebar height—tool included

*Call branch to verify availability. Prices may differ outside Metro Manila. All published prices are subject to change without prior notice.



The Strider 12 Classic is our traditional entry-level balance bike. This simple and durable model is lightweight making learning to ride easy for first time balance bike riders. The Strider classic utilizes the basic characteristics as the top-selling Strider 12 Sport at an affordable price for the budget-minded family.

The 12” Classic is great for skill-building with features including adjustable seat and handle bar height, built-in footrests, and a plastic all-weather seat. Available in a selection of vibrant colors, the Classic is a great entry into the genuine Strider brand. Watch in amazement as your child transitions to a pedal bike without ever needing a tricycle or training wheels!

Strider Bikes are designed with a low seat height so children can start riding when they are 18 months old. The Classic will grow with your child up to 3 years old. If you are looking for a full-featured bike that can grow with your rider even longer, check out the Strider 12 Sport.

Strider® Bikes have taught millions of children how to balance and ride on two wheels—without the distractions and complications of pedals or training wheels. With over 1 million sold, parents agree Strider is the top of the line balance bike brand!

The Classic model has a seat height range from 11-16", fitting children with an inseam 12-17".

* 4 - 5 years requires separate purchase of an XL seat post. 




Unique, frame-integrated footrests are properly positioned directly below the saddle for natural bike balance. This position also fosters the advanced ability
to stand while gliding as well as pumping and jumping the bike.

Brake mount
Strider-exclusive rear brake mount allows the addition of a foot-operated brake once the kids are proficiently gliding with feet on the footrests. Brake sold separately.

Wheels & Tires
Ultralight wheels have a five-spoke design with 10 bearing support guests for maximum strength at the lightest weight possible. Cartridge bearings roll smoothly and never need adjustment. EVA polymer tires are super light, durable, and have a smooth ride while never needing air or going flat.








Strider Balance Bikes are designed specifically to help children learn balance and coordination. BEFORE pedaling. The simple, no-pedal design allows children of all abilities to learn how to ride on two wheels, instilling considerable confidence and bike handling skills. Strider Bikes encourage the development of spatial awareness, balance, and basic motor skills as early as possible so all children can reach their maximum riding potential.

Ensure your child’s bike riding success by following these four simple steps..

1. Adjust the bike properly to fit the child.
2. Be a cheerleader, not a coach.
3. Let the child set the pace.
4. Support the child — NOT the bike!


1. Adjust the bike properly to fit the child!

Saddle Height
Saddle height is the most critical adjustment. Adjust the seat of the bike so both of the child’s feet are flat on the ground and there is only a slight bend in the knee. A good starting height is 1” less than the child’s inseam. Determine if the bike needs an extra long seatpost to fit the child properly.

The Strider 12 Sport comes with both the standard length and the extra long seatpost included.

Kids grow quickly. Be sure to adjust the bike every few months.

Handlebar Height
The second most critical adjustment is handlebar height. The best starting point for handlebar height is to set it with respect to the saddle. If the saddle is at its lowest setting, set the handlebar to also be at its lowest setting, etc. You should then adjust the handlebars to a height that is most comfortable for the child as they progress with their riding.

Safety Gear
Adjust the crown of the helmet so it doesn’t move while the child rides. The helmet should be worn low in front, slightly above the eyebrows to protect the forehead. There should not be slack in any of the helmet when properly adjusted. The helmet should fit snugly, but not uncomfortably tight. The chin strap should be worn well back against the throat, not on the point of the chin.

To check the basic fit grab the helmet with both hands and twist it gently to the left and to the right. If the helmet fits properly, the skin on the forehead will move as the helmet moves. If the skin does not move, the helmet is too loose. To check the strap tension grab the helmet with both hands and try to remove it by rolling the helmet forward and backward as far as you can. Make a serious effort but be gentle, THIS IS IMPORTANT. If you can roll the helmet forward so
far that it blocks the child’s vision, or backward far enough to expose the forehead, it doesn’t fit correctly. Repeat sizing steps until helmet movement is minimal.

Don’t forget shoes! Children should always wear closed toed shoes while riding. Remember, these are their brakes, and they need to protect those precious piggies!

2. Be a cheerleader, not a coach.
Many children will instinctively throw a leg over the Strider and want to go, go, go. Some children only want to spend a minute or two walking their Strider around at first. Encourage them no matter their level of interest and give them praise for any amount of time they spend on the

3. Let the child set the pace.
Some kids are cautious and may not even sit on the seat at first. This is OK! Their security is in their feet at this point, and we want them to feel secure. As they become comfortable walking around with the bike between their legs and using the handlebar, they will start to “trust” the saddle. Some kids get to this point within minutes, and others may take weeks, but all children will eventually get there. Striding is attained when kids transition from 100% of their trust in
their feet to 100% of their trust in the saddle (feet off the ground and balancing). Let them transition at their own pace... they’ll be striding along with their feet up on the footrests before you know it!

Don’t rush pedaling. Striding and practicing balance is fun! Even if children appear to be striding like a pro, moving to a pedal bike too soon can derail progress. The weight of a pedal bike is significantly more than a Strider Bike, and handling that extra weight can be very frustrating to a child. Let them continue to practice and perfect their balance and bike-handling skills. Be
confident that the time spent on their Strider Bike will help them easily transition to pedaling when the time comes and with the improved skills they gained it will be a safer and more enjoyable ride. For some, this could be their forever bike!

4. Support the child — NOT the bike!
We instinctively want to help the child by holding onto the bike to keep it from tipping; don’t do this. The child must be allowed to feel the bike tip sideways to learn how to keep it from tipping. If the adult supports the bike when it tips to one side, the child mistakenly thinks the most stable place for the bike is tipped over to the side. If the child needs assurance, walk next to them and hang onto the back of their shirt so they feel safe.

Achieving Balance

In order to achieve balance, three of the body’s systems must be working together effectively: The visual (eyes), proprioception (sense of where the body is) and the vestibular (ears). The only one of these that is hard wired into us at birth is the vestibular. As a baby this is where we begin to learn balance. As we grow to a toddler, we combine the vestibular and the visual. It is around age
3 that a transition takes place from vestibular control in conjunction with vision to that based on touch and sensation. This means that preschool aged children develop their vestibular system and build the sensory integration that leads to the maturation of the eye movements required for efficient reading and learning. Since balance combines inputs from this entire system, all of these sensory functions must work precisely to form our sense of balance. Understanding this helps us understand how all of these sensory integration skills that are required for balance, are also required for learning systems overall. Reading difficulties can occur and learning development will be delayed when the relationship between balance and other systems is out of sync. “When kids stabilize themselves from an unstable pose, they learn how to focus faster and more efficiently,” says Catherine Jackson, Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Kinesiology at California State University at Fresno.

What ages are appropriate for striding vs. pedaling?

A child can start learning balance and riding a Strider as soon as he/she is able to walk!

Balance skills typically begin to develop at about age 3. Parents should not introduce a pedal bike to children until age 4 or 5 when they have longer legs, weigh more, and are capable of handling a much heavier bike.

Some children with special needs may need more time and practice to transition to a pedal bike, or in many instances, the Strider 16 or 20 is their forever bike!

Signs that children are ready to transition to a pedal bike:

  • They can propel the bike and then stride with their feet up for long distances.
  • They can handle the bike on a downhill without putting their feet down.
  • They can effectively steer through or around obstacles in their path.
  • They want to transition to a pedal bike: Nothing ruins the fun more in a child’s mind than being told what to do!


Checklist for the transition to a pedal bike:

  • Choose the lightest bike that fits the child.
  • NEVER USE TRAINING WHEELS! This gives children a false sense of balance, and trainers will only set them back.
  • Take the pedals off the bike at first to allow them time to get used to the different size, weight, and handling of the bike. Fit the bike like you would their Strider: with a slight bend in the knee when both feet are flat on the ground.
  • Transitioning takes time, and every child is different. It could take some children a day, or a week, or a month. Enjoy the experience and don’t rush.
  • When they are cruising comfortably, re-attach the pedals and be ready to cheer them on!
  • You may need to give them a little push to get the momentum going at first, but take time to explain and show them how to propel by pushing downward on the front pedal to get started.
  • Support the child, not the bike. Often, just a simple hand on their back to let them know you are there is sufficient. Most kids who are transitioning to a pedal bike from a balance bike don’t require any assistance at all.

Our Shipping Terms
For deliveries within Metro Manila, delivery may take 2-10 business days. We set a longer duration because we want to manage our customers’ expectations during this difficult time. However, your order/s might arrive earlier than promised, as we’re working hard to make sure you get your equipment as quickly as possible. Ultimately, we just do not want to let you down.

For orders outside Metro Manila, delivery takes 5-10 days. Orders outside our serviceable areas may incur additional charges. 

If you opt to pay via online bank transfer/bank deposit/GCash, kindly send us a screenshot of your online bank transaction. To avoid cancellation, kindly secure your payment within two business days. Our email address:

Our bank details are as follows:
Account no.: 001150351258
Bank: BDO

For Pickups

When can I pick up my order?
You may pick up your order 2 days from your order date.

Where is the pickup location?
15 Baler St. San Francisco Del Monte, Quezon City.

Once you have booked your pick up, kindly send us a text message with these details:
Your complete name
Your order number
Your courier's name

Our mobile number: 09951338735

*Please note that this mobile number is for booking purposes only. We kindly ask our customers to refrain from sending product inquiries to this number. Thank you very much.

Pickup Time
Monday-Friday, 9:00am - 12:00nn and 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Saturday, 8:00am - 12:00nn and 1:00pm - 3:30pm
We are closed on Sundays and holidays.

Terms of Sale
(For Our Valued Customers Who Bought Exercise Machines)

If I pay via online bank transfer/bank deposit, where do I send my proof of payment?
If you opted to pay via online bank transfer/bank deposit, kindly send us a screenshot of your online bank transaction. Our email address:

Our bank details are as follows:
Account no.: 001150351258
Bank: BDO

What do I expect upon arrival?
All fitness equipment are in their original box and unopened. Once they are delivered to your home, at least 3 to 4 persons will be needed to unload the item (especially for the NordicTrack treadmills). For some other machines 2-3 persons will do. If you need extra assistance, it is in your discretion to discuss directly with the driver and the helper.

What if there is a defect with my purchase?
Please note that the equipment are in their original boxes and have not been opened or tested. These boxes have traveled from their overseas factory to our warehouses – and finally to your home. This means some components may have shifted, etc. Should you encounter issues with your purchase, we would be glad to fix them once travel restrictions are lifted. At this time we may not be able to handle repairs and replacements. We do not allow the equipment to be sent back as well – as we cannot guarantee they will be received back in good condition and thus will be deemed as ‘Not Received.’

Will you be able to install or assemble my purchase?
To minimize unnecessary contact, we won’t be offering our in-home assembly and installation service.

What about product warranties?
Please refer to the listing on our website for details of warranties per product.

What if I change my mind about my purchase?
If the item has been delivered (or has left our facility), the cost of sending it back will be due to the customer. Provided the box is unopened or the product is unused, we will issue a refund (less 6% for online transaction fee). If the item has not yet been delivered and has not yet left our facility, only the online transaction fee of 6% will be deducted from the refund.


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Lower Ground Floor
North Avenue corner Edsa
Quezon City, Metro Manila
Tel. no.: 8375-1940

U.P. Town Center
2nd Level
U.P. Town Center
Katipunan Ave.
U.P. Campus Quezon City
Tel no.: 8283-8925

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Ground Floor
Quirino Highway
corner Regalado Avenue
Quezon City, Metro Manila
Tel. no.: 8359-1564

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Ground Floor
Commonwealth Avenue
Quezon City, Metro Manila
Tel. no.: 8277-3735

K-Plaza Building
Ground Floor
18 Kamuning Road
Quezon City, Metro Manila
(across Dr. Jesus Delgado Memorial Hospital)
Tel. no.: 3413-8413

Robinson's Place Manila
2nd Level
Pedro Gil corner Adriatico Street
Ermita, Manila
Tel. no.: 8567-0677

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3rd Level, Building B
Edsa corner J. Vargas Avenue
Mandaluyong City
Tel. no.: 8514-5706 / 8584-9468

Glorietta 3
2nd Level
Glorietta, Makati
Tel. no.: 8519-8569

Uptown Place Mall
3rd Level
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
Tel no.: 8772-0213 / 8514-5719

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2nd Level, Entertainment Mall
Seaside Boulevard
Pasay, Metro Manila
Tel. no.: 8556-0260

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Level 1, Main Wing
Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila
Tel. no.: 8359-1659 / 8285-0192

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Level 2
Dr. A. Santos Avenue
Parañaque, Metro Manila
Tel. no.: 8802-3374 / 8986-2483

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2nd Level
Dr. A. Santos Avenue
Parañaque, Metro Manila
Tel. no.: 8779-8353

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Upper Ground Floor
Dona Soledad Avenue
Parañaque, Metro Manila
Tel. no.: 8777-9136

Ayala Malls Manila Bay
3rd Level
Diosdado Macapagal Blvd,
cor Aseana Ave,
Paranaque City, Metro Manila
Tel. no.: 7752-4248


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Ground Floor
Gen. Luna Avenue
Brgy. Ampid 1
San Mateo, Rizal
Tel. no.: 8545-1984 / 7720-9720

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Upper Ground Floor
Luneta Hill Upper Session Road
Baguio City
Direct line: 8359-1495
Provincial line: (074) 442-5223 

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Ground Floor
Pallocan West, Batangas
Tel no: 8986-2492
Direct line: (043) 783-2615

SM Cabanatuan
3rd Floor
Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
Tel. no.: 8514-5753

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Ground Floor
Clark Freeport Philippines
Angeles, Pampanga
Tel no: 8359-1472
Direct line: (045) 499-0124
Mall hours: 10am – 9pm

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Ground Floor
Governor's Drive, Brgy. Sampaloc 1
Tel no: 8546-0315
Direct line: (046) 489-3579
Mall Hours: 10am – 9pm

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Ground Floor
Pagbilao National Rd., Lucena Quezon
Tel no: 8881-3775
Direct line: (042) 717-2791
Mall Hours: 10am – 9pm

SM City Marilao
Ground Floor
McArthur Highway, Marilao, Bulacan
Tel no: 8668-5908
Direct line: (044) 913-7741
Mall Hours: 10am – 9pm

SM City Olongapo Central
2nd Level
Rizal Ave. East Tapinac
Olongapo City

SM City Pampanga
Brgy. San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel no: 8514-5446
Direct line:(045) 435-6548
Mall Hours: 10am – 9pm

SM City Rosales
Ground Floor
Brgy Carmen East Rosales, Pangasinan
Tel no: 8935-1467

SM City Urdaneta
2nd Level
Brgy. Nancayasan & Poblacion, Urdaneta City, Pangasinan
Tel no: 8404-8604

SM City Sta. Rosa
2nd Level
Bo. Tagapo, Sta. Rosa Laguna
Tel no: 8514-5738
Direct line: (049) 530-9293

Harbor Point
2nd Level
Rizal Highway, Central Business District
Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Subic, Zambales
Tel no: 8514-5484

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2nd Level
San Roque, Mac Arthur Highway, Tarlac City
Tel no: 8514-5478
Direct line: (045) 606-1674


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2nd Floor, North Wing
Bacolod, Negros Occidental
Tel no: 8986-2480

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2nd Level Cebu Business Park, Cebu City
Tel no: 8881-1665
Direct line: (032) 231-8793

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Ground Floor
North Reclamation Area,Cebu City
Tel no: 8881-2116
Direct line: (032) 232-1497

SM Seaside
2nd Floor
Mambaling, Cebu City
Tel. no.:8514-5780
Direct line: 032-254-0011


CDO Centrio Mall
2nd Level
Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental
Tel no: 8986-1644
Direct line: (088) 880-0355

SM CDO Downtown Premier
3rd Level
CM Recto Avenue-Osmeña St.
Cagayan De Oro, Misamis Oriental
Direct line: (088) 859-1288

Abreeza Mall
Poblacion District, Davao City
Tel no: 8986-2501
Direct line: (082) 321-0948

SM City Lanang
2nd Level
Brgy San Antonio
Agdao District, Davao City
Tel no: 8514-5429
Direct line: (082) 321-5068

To activate the two-year warranty, register your bike's serial number through this online form: Strider Philippines Serial # Registration Form

Strider balance bikes are industry-leading training bikes that help toddlers and children of all abilities to ride on two wheels. Its unique no-pedal design teaches young children to balance on two wheels right from the start.

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