Inclusive Learn-to-Ride-a-Bike Physical Education Program

All Kids Bike is a national movement, led by the Strider Education Foundation, with a simple mission: to give every child in America the opportunity to learn how to ride a bike in school.

The program includes everything needed to teach thousands of students at a school for seven to ten years: teacher training and certification, a fleet of 24 bikes, pedal conversion kits, helmets, an instructional bike for the teacher, 2 rolling metal bike storage racks, and access to a resource portal and live support for the life of the program.

The All Kids Bike Learn-to-Ride Kindergarten PE Program is active in more than 1,000 schools across all 50 states, teaching more than 100,000 children to ride each year. The cost of the program is underwritten by the Strider Education Foundation and supported locally through donations from individuals, businesses, local government agencies, and other organizations.

In addition to the Learn-to-Ride Kindergarten PE Program, All Kids Bike offers an Inclusive Learning Program, which provides schools and organizations such as the Special Olympics the equipment and training needed to give everyone the opportunity to learn how to ride a bike, regardless of their physical abilities, age, or background. There is a one-time cost of $5,000 for a program with a seven- to ten-year lifespan that includes 8 Strider Balance Bikes, pedal conversion kits, helmets, and complete curriculum and teacher training.

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