A young boy rides a bike between cones in a gymnasium

All Kids Bike: Learn-To-Ride Program

All Kids Bike: Learn-To-Ride Program

All Kids Bike physical education program is a learn-to-ride bike program for early elementary children that lays the foundation for living a healthier and more active lifestyle. The program focuses on balancing skills and transitions to independent pedaling equipping schools with everything teachers need to get their students rolling, including Strider® 14x Bikes, helmets, training, and curriculum. 

Through support from the Walton Family Foundation and the Runway Fund Donor Advised Fund, we partner with All Kids Bike to bring programs to elementary schools throughout Northwest Arkansas. To date, we have implemented 37 programs in area schools that benefit more than 16,000 students over five years.

Our goal is for every kindergarten and first-grade student in Northwest Arkansas to have access to this amazing program. If interested in bringing this program to a school near you, click the link below to complete a survey. 

More information on All Kids Bike

If you have questions, email Info@WeAreTrailblazers.org

Children and their bikes line up for a group bike lesson in a school gym

Schools that have received the program

Bentonville Schools

  • Apple Glen Elementary
  • Centerton Gamble Elementary
  • Central Park Elementary
  • Cooper Elementary
  • Evening Star Elementary
  • Hope Academy Charter
  • Mary May Jones Elementary
  • RE Baker Elementary
  • Sugar Creek Elementary School
  • Thomas Jefferson Elementary 

Berryville Schools

  • Berryville Elementary 

Decatur Schools

  • Decatur Elementary

Eureka Springs Schools

  • Eureka Springs Elementary

Fayetteville Schools

  • Butterfield Elementary
  • Holcomb Elementary
  • Owl Creek Elementary
  • Root Elementary
  • The New School
  • Vandergriff Elementary
  • Washington Elementary 

Gentry Schools

  • Gentry Primary School

Gravette Schools

  • Glenn Duffy Elementary

Greenland Schools

  • Greenland Elementary

Hot Springs Schools

  • Oaklawn STEM

Huntsville Schools

  • St. Paul Elementary school
  • Watson Primary School

McDonald County Schools, Missouri

  • White Rock Elementary

Rogers Schools

  • Fairview Elementary
  • Janie Darr Elementary

Siloam Springs Schools

  • Allen Elementary
  • Northside Elementary

Springdale Schools

  • Harp Elementary
  • Bayyari Elementary
  • Westwood Elementary
  • Knapp Elementary
  • George Elementary
  • Elmdale Elementary
A group of children ride their bikes in a school gym


“In my 19 years of teaching physical education this program has been one of the best units I have ever taught. It's crucial to so many other aspects of movement and fitness and will serve the student for the rest of their lives. And, as I teach bike and trail education to the older grades, I see that transition as a very smooth one. The student may get more out of the opportunities later because they will already have the knowledge from such an early stage in their lives.”
– Kevin, Thomas, Washington Elementary School, Fayetteville, AR

“I absolutely love (this program)! It is so fun to see these kiddos learn to ride without ever using training wheels, and the confidence and joy they get from learning.”
– Becci Neal, Janie Darr Elementary, Rogers, AR

“It is great, so easy to modify to the needs of the class you have at the time. Really good progression of skills.”
– Nikki Crenshaw, Central Park Elementary, Bentonville, AR

"The kids loved the Strider bikes. Thank you for bringing them to Harp. We really appreciate it. You can see an improvement in all areas, it definitely is working."
– Bret Davis Harp, Elementary School Springdale, AR

"Students absolutely loved the program.  The classroom teachers shared that the students used the bikes in their writing."  
– Jeremy Krumweide Bayyari Elementary School Springdale, AR

“I love this program! Truly, it was so fun for the kids and gave them such a unique opportunity to get on a bike and really learn the fundamentals. It was fascinating to see them improve each week and gain confidence. There were some who picked it up immediately and others who took a little bit to warm up. But all improved and enjoyed riding the bikes! Thank you so much for this opportunity!”
– Jodi Unger, Gene George Elementary Springdale, AR