Adopt-A-School program seeks to inspire a new generation of two-wheel enthusiasts.
With schools back in session across the country, Tucker recently rolled out its Strider Adopt-A-School program partnership whereby the two companies work together to help share the excitement of two wheels with children in communities across the country. As part of the program roll-out, two elementary schools were presented with 25 Strider bikes along with the Strider Education Foundation All Kids Bike Kindergarten PE Curriculum. The goal of the partnership is to inspire a new generation of two-wheel enthusiasts.
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New program seeks to inspire, motivate, and support next generation of riders. Continue reading Tucker Announces Strider Adopt-A-School Program
This tiny Strider bike, customized by Bryan Fuller of Fuller Moto in Atlanta, is unique among its peers, which include 7 Striders customized for the Flying Piston Buiilders Breakfast during the 2018 Sturgis Rally.* First, the tiny bike’s wheel configuration is distinctive: large in back, and small in front – and that’s not by happenstance. See, Bryan’s Strider was inspired by the aggressive stance and killer rake of vintage hot rods and dragsters. Continue reading Bryan Fuller’s Strider Rider Custom
“It was built around the suspension. And it was Moos’s brainchild,” said Krystal Hess, founder and spearhead of Motorcycle Missions, a 501(c)3 organization that helps veterans dealing with PTSD find hope and healing through motorcycles. Krystal was talking about the tiny Strider custom bike shown here, which was built by the MM team and unveiled at the Flying Piston Benefit Breakfast at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip in August. As for “Moos,” that’s custom builder and fabricator Chris Moos, a mentor in the MM program and Krystal’s partner. Continue reading Motorcycle Mission Strider Custom