Strider Cup races rolled into Public Square


Strider Cup races in Public Square

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.

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The reimagined Public Square is part of The Group Plan's mission to better connect Public Square, the Malls, and the lakefront.

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