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StrideCharge Clears the Way for Cyclists to Explore the Open Road 

As any cyclist knows, sometimes you have to get up and go out on your bike. Whether you want to leave behind the stress of work, need to clear your head, or simply want to get out of the house, getting on your bike and taking off for a few hours is the perfect escape. You may be like most riders and bring along your cell phone so that you can listen to music, check maps, or stay in touch with friends and family. You know how frustrating it is, then, to have a ride be interrupted when that cell phone dies. Instead of cycling along miles of open road, you must search for the nearest gas station for an outlet to charge your phone. StrideCharge has created the solution: the first patent-pending wireless Charging Phone Case and Mount for iPhones. Your rides just got a whole lot better.

Let’s face it: some of us are gadget people and don’t need directions to assemble something, and some of us don’t know a Phillips from a flathead. That’s why StrideCharge made simplicity the center of its wireless charging phone case and bike phone mount. Forget the tools – the Charge Case acts as a phone case that will not only protect your phone, but wirelessly charge it with the touch of a button. The built-in connector on the back of the charge case will allow you to seamlessly connect your phone to the StrideCharge Mount. The mount locks easily into place on your handlebars and requires no tools. The mount will fit handlebars that are between 25-40 mm in diameter. The strong build of the mount will make sure that your phone stays in place ride after ride. Cyclists can attach it and forget about it as they navigate tough trails and bumpy city streets.

Speaking of bumps, how tough is StrideCharge’s iPhone wireless charger? After all, cell phones aren’t cheap and must be protected from the constant vibrations and jostling that a bike produces over even the smoothest of terrain. StrideCharge’s engineers did a lot of research and ultimately decided to incorporate ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) and TPU (thermoplastic polyurethanes) into the wireless charger. These strong materials are the secret to its ability to keep phones safe as riders tackle mountain paths or go over speed bumps.

With StrideCharge, you have a wireless charging phone case and mount that will protect your phone from shocks and nasty bumps, all while keeping your iPhone’s battery charged to 100% throughout your ride. The final test is whether you can actually use the phone as it’s charging. Yes, StrideCharge has innovated this feature, too, which means its charging phone case and mount are capable of keeping epic cyclists going for hours at a time.

In some ways, it’s surprising that something as useful as this hasn’t been invented until now. It may just point to a universal truth about people in general: we tend to cope with a problem until someone like StrideCharge decides to create the solution. Now that its iPhone Wireless Charger and Mount have hit the market, the reaction from the cycling community has been enthusiastic. It’s not hard to understand why. Cycling is such an intensely personal activity, with riders challenged to go just a little further and to improve on how they did in their last outing, that having to stop even for a moment is a real letdown. Getting going again is difficult, too. Having a wireless phone charger is empowering for them and lets them keep the adrenaline going.

StrideCharge’s wireless charger will likely find a strong secondary market with hikers, golfers, moms with strollers, indoor bike trainers, and other people whose activities take them far away from an electrical outlet. In our increasingly connected world, very few people are without their phones, so StrideCharge’s product will be useful for a large part of society.

So, the next time you get the urge to take off, settle into your rhythm, and listen to your wheels spin, make sure you have StrideCharge’s wireless Charging Phone Case and Mount for iPhones. It’s the difference between getting on a road that stretches for miles in front of you and sitting on the sidelines while other cyclists whiz by you.