Strider Cup World Championship Comes to Charlotte
Event arrives on Oct. 5
The youngest cyclists-in-training take to the course on Oct. 5 at NASCAR Hall of Fame in uptown Charlotte for the Strider Cup World Championship. For the unfamiliar, Strider bikes are two-wheel, balance bikes that kids as young as 2 kick start with their own leg power as they push toward balancing on a two-wheeler. Strider Races are community events throughout the U.S. that build confidence in young riders as they show off their balancing and riding skills. The Strider Cup Races are competitive play experiences designed for children ages 2-6 to explore the structure of an organized and competitive race in a family-friendly environment. The Strider Cup World Championship is the pinnacle of the Strider Cup Races that brings together Strider riders and families from all over the globe. The event includes racing, activities, games and music Oct. 5, beginning at 7:30 a.m with the last race beginning at 3:30 p.m. Registration is open for riders online at striderbikes.com/events-charlotte. There is no cost to be spectator while you cheer on the racers. Warning: Expect cuteness overload!