Silder Rider

How about this for a way to speed up the school run – a clever gadget which turns stairs into a SLIDE. The Slider Rider is a fold-out gizmo which can send children flying down the stairs in the morning in a safe and fun way ready to head off to school. Its the brainchild of Trisha Cleveland, from Minnesota, USA, who worked with New York based Quirky, a company which turns ideas pitched to them by members of the public into a reality.

How about this for a way to speed up the school run - a clever gadget which turns stairs into a SLIDE. The Slider Rider is a fold-out gizmo which can send children flying down the stairs in the morning in a safe and fun way ready to head off to school. Its the brainchild of Trisha Cleveland, from Minnesota, USA, who worked with New York based Quirky, a company which turns ideas pitched to them by members of the public into a reality.

How about this for a way to speed up the school run - a clever gadget which turns stairs into a SLIDE. The Slider Rider is a fold-out gizmo which can send children flying down the stairs in the morning in a safe and fun way ready to head off to school. Its the brainchild of Trisha Cleveland, from Minnesota, USA, who worked with New York based Quirky, a company which turns ideas pitched to them by members of the public into a reality.

How about this for a way to speed up the school run - a clever gadget which turns stairs into a SLIDE. The Slider Rider is a fold-out gizmo which can send children flying down the stairs in the morning in a safe and fun way ready to head off to school. Its the brainchild of Trisha Cleveland, from Minnesota, USA, who worked with New York based Quirky, a company which turns ideas pitched to them by members of the public into a reality.

How about this for a way to speed up the school run - a clever gadget which turns stairs into a SLIDE. The Slider Rider is a fold-out gizmo which can send children flying down the stairs in the morning in a safe and fun way ready to head off to school. Its the brainchild of Trisha Cleveland, from Minnesota, USA, who worked with New York based Quirky, a company which turns ideas pitched to them by members of the public into a reality.