A Few Words About Us
We are parents just like you, but when we realized how backwards the old way of riding a bike was, we had to do something. You can probably remember what an important rite of passage it was as a kid to learn to ride a bike. It’s something that empowers children to feel brave and be confident.
On the other hand – safety first, right? Kids need to learn about safety and bike control first and foremost. That usually involves no shortage of scraped knees and tears on both sides. The fact is that while parents are doing their best, they are teaching kids how to ride in a truly old-fashioned way because they haven’t been shown a better one.
We believe you don’t need bruises to learn about safety. We believe a little dedicated help and a fresh perspective can go a long way. And we don’t even believe your child needs pedals to learn how to ride a bike.
Balance Riders’ mission is to bring the joy of bike riding back to the American family. In a time when folks are more locked down and tuned in to technology than ever before, we want to see families and neighbors reclaiming an active and fun lifestyle. By taking an enjoyable approach to learning how to ride without training wheels, we hope to get your own family out together sooner and more often.
Wishing you more happy times together,
Anthony and Mary Frances
This Is Why
You Should Choose Balance Riders
passionate about getting kids on bikes
Having used these techniques to guide our daughter, she was able to ride a pedal bike by the time she was 3 years and 7 months. Seeing the joy on her face to be able to do that all on her own at such a young age was really what inspired us to create this company.
While learning a new skill, like riding a bike, individual attention is important. That is one of the reasons we keep the class sizes small.
Learning a Life Skill
By getting our kids outside away from technology distractions and learning how to enjoy being on a bike, they can have fun with new and old friends alike. This is a way for your entire family to make great memories and for your child to carry those new skills with them for the rest of their lives.