2018 Strider Cup® Asian Championship Coming to China
Registration for international contestants opens Feb. 1
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Rapid City, S.D. – Jan. 27, 2018
Strider Sports Int’l., Inc., the world’s premier balance bike manufacturer is gearing up for the 2018 racing season. As Strider Bikes help teach more children how to ride, Strider Cup races continue to grow in popularity around the globe.
The 2018 Strider Cup Asian Championship will be held April 29, 2018, in Beijing, China. This is the third Strider Cup Asian Championship, and the first time it is being hosted in China. Tokyo, Japan hosted the Strider Cup Asian Championship in 2016, followed by Bangkok, Thailand in 2017 (VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sqluBSlxTY).
This event will be held at the Hong Chang Jun Sports Leisure Park (http://www.juntiyu.com/) near the center of Bejing. With the popularity of the Strider Cup Asian Championship growing each year, over thousands of racers ages 2 through 5 have a first-come, first-served chance to be a part of a limited 500-entry race that will determine some of the top Strider racers in Asia. The maximum number of international participants for this event is limited to 100 entries. International translation services will be provided in Chinese, English and Japanese.
Registration for international contestants will open Feb. 1, while registrations for Chinese participants opens March 1. For more details and registration info, visit: http://www.strider-cn.com/cup/scac2018/.
Several 2018 Strider Cup Asian Championship racers are expected to make their way to Boulder, Colorado, for the 2018 Strider Cup World Championship on July 20-21. Strider had many Asian Championship Racers participate in the 2017 Strider Cup World Championship in Salt Lake, Utah.
About Strider Sports International, Inc.
Strider Sports designs efficient, balance bikes for children age six months – 7 years old, and for older riders with balance and coordination challenges. Strider’s mission is to simplify a bike, so proper size and weight combine to eliminate fear of riding and instill confidence. Strider Bikes allow riders to learn balance, leaning and steering; thus eliminating the need for tricycles or training wheels. Founded in 2007 in Rapid City, South Dakota, Strider has sold over 1.8 million bikes and is distributed in over 75 countries. The company has donated over $1,000,000 to charity through its Rider Fund. Visit www.StriderBikes.com, Facebook, or Instagram.