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Rhianon age 2 – Llangollen 2016 – UK DH MTB Championship Si Paton helped Strider Bike UK introduce a DH race to the annual Strider race shedule back in 2016 when he ran the UK MTB Championship. It fast became one of the most exciting and eagerly awaited fixures on the calender, with riders as young as 2 pulling massive crowds as they thundered down the last section of …

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Promoting early child development – Ready Steady Riders are passionate about promoting all areas of early child development. We have found that Strider sessions not only promote physical skills but following instructions and having a shared interest to discuss helps children to develop their speech, language, and communication skills. The community around our sport and its competetive element help to promote positive personal, social and emotional development. When we …

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“To take the pushchair, or not to take the pushchair?” – that is the question… If you take it they won’t go in it, and proceed to either plod irritatingly slowly in the direction you want to go, or break neck speeds in all other directions. Reins aren’t much help once they realise they can wrap them around things, and pull on them like a small cart horse. If …

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Ready Steady Riders are working to change the way children learn to ride a bike. Why? Because stabilisers simply do not work. ​Stabilisers teach children to pedal, which is a secondary skill (propulsion). Think about it… how much pedalling does a downhill mountain bike rider do? Balance bikes turn the old stabiliser teaching method on its head, and it works. By taking away the complication of pedals and brake levers, and presenting …

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