KTM Strider PREbike targets toddlers


It is safe to assume that many dads out there would wish their sons (and even daughters) share their passion, regardless of whether it is fishing or something more extreme like motorcycles and tackling various dirt tracks. Well, come this Christmas, families who are motorcycle enthusiasts are able to share their passion with their toddlers thanks to the new ready to ride KTM Strider PREbike.

Just what is the KTM Strider PREbike? Well, this is a revolutionary pedal-free bike which was specially designed for children from as young as 18 months. Yup, you read that right – little Suzy or Johnny doesn’t even need to be 2 years old in order to hop atop one of these puppies. The KTM Strider PREbike is unlike outmoded tricycles and training-wheels, as it was designed for safe use on dirt and every other terrain – at the same time building up the skills and self-confidence in young kids for them to quickly transition to a pedal bike and a Sportminicycle.

The KTM Strider PREbike is no slouch when it comes to looking presentable – after all, it marries all the action, performance and styling of the popular KTM line of street and off road race cycles alongside an unique child-friendly design and function of PREbikes made by Strider. It will be able to teach little ones the necessary balance and coordination skills required to ride two-wheelers from an early age without ever needing the crutch of training wheels. This makes them “level up”, so to speak, to pedal bikes and Sportminicycles years earlier compared to their contemporaries.

According to Mr. McFarland, “The Strider PREbike™ was born out of my desire to teach my sons how to ride on two wheels at the youngest age possible. I wanted to share the thrill and adventure of the sport with my children and now thanks to the new KTM Striders, we can share our family’s passion with motorcycling parents and their children around the globe.”

The KTM Strider PREbike can be purchased for $109 a pop from November 3rd onwards if you are interested, where they will come in Red, Blue, Green, Orange, Yellow and Pink colors.

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