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Strider Super 16 No-Pedal Balance Bike

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The STRIDER SS-1 Super 16 No-Pedal Balance Bike is designed for older children to aid in improving their balance. The bike is meant to assist those with Down Syndrome, Autism, low muscle tone, poor balance, Arthrogryposis or Cerebral Palsy. The STRIDER does not have a chain or pedals so those with limited range of motion in their legs still have the chance to propel the bike with whatever movement they have available in their legs. Also, the handle bars can be turned around backwards permanently to accommodate riders with short arm length. SIZES: Two sizes, ST-4 and SS-1 Super 16. DIMENSIONS: ST-4: 11 - 16 inches height; SS-1 Super 16: 17 - 25 inches height. CAPACITY: ST-4: 60 pounds weight capacity; SS-1: 120 pounds weight capacity. WEIGHT: ST-4: 7 pounds; SS-1 Super 16: 15 pounds. COLOR: Multiple. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: 2-year warranty against manufacturing defects.

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as of: 
05/22/2014
Strider Super 16 No-Pedal Balance Bike

Made By:

Strider Sports International, Inc.
Strider Sports International, Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
At Strider, their mission is to build lightweight, efficient, all-terrain bikes that develop two-wheeled balance, coordination, and confidence in children.
Address: 
Fax: 605-342-0619
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
605-342-0266
Web Address: 
http://www.striderbikes.com

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Adaptivemall.com / Bergeron Health Care
Adaptivemall.com / Bergeron Health Care Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
Email address: info@adaptivemall.com
Phone: 800-371-2778
Fax: 315-429-8862
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
315-429-7112
Web Address: 
http://www.adaptivemall.com
Tags: 
Personal Care, Recreation, Seating, Therapeutic Aids, Walking, Wheeled Mobility
 
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