The Strider Cup broughts hundreds of kids to downtown Cleveland's premier outdoor space on May 26th. Children age 2-6 had the opportunity to put their riding skills to the test in this one of a kind experience.
The Strider Cup racing series was free for spectators and featured riding competitions for kids in different age groups ranging from 2 to 6.
The Strider Cup event was brought to Public Square thanks to the support of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission.
Public Square was converted into a fun race course that gave kids a chance to cruise around The Square and through the splash pad.
Strider is a unique style of a bike, and the company's mission is to build lightweight, efficient, all-terrain bikes that build two-wheeled balance, coordination, and confidence in children.
When you purchase a Strider, you buy into the 'club' that is Team Strider and change the paradigm of how kids learn to ride.
Visit https://www.striderbikes.com/ to learn more.