Learning how to ride a bike is one of life’s great milestones
The Cnoc 14 Small has been specifically designed for two types of young rider. Those who are ready to ride at 3 years but are physically small for their age and not yet big enough for the Cnoc 14 Large and for children who are physically advanced, allowing them to ride a bike much earlier than is typical.
Fully enclosed chainguard
Our exclusively designed, fully enclosed chainguard is 'tool-free' for fitting and removal.
Micro reach brake lever
This exclusive aluminium brake lever gives light action braking for tiny hands.
Super lightweight wheels
Single wall rims and minimal spokes mean our wheels are both strong and light.
Sizing for your Cnoc 14 Small
Designed for 3 years and older with a minimum inside leg of 34cm.
With the correct size bike, your child will develop their cycling skills quickly, easily and safely whilst being more comfortable on their bike. Not only does this help increase confidence and boost their self-esteem but, best of all, it means they can start riding straight away.
For expert sizing advice please call our customer service team on +44 (0)800 008 6297.
Read more to find out why Islabikes are so special.
How to buy?
You can order on our website, over the phone or in our fitting studio.
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From shop soiled to ex-demo, we have various bikes with modest discounts available to purchase.
Accessories for your Cnoc 14 Small
Front and rear mudguards
A great way to stay clean and dry in wet weather! 'Cromo-plastic' mudguards with stainless steel stays.
We stock a small selection of helmets perfect for children which are adjustable to allow for growth.
Personalised name transfer
Personalise your child's bike with our Islabikes font name transfer.
A sticker that can be removed when it's time to pass the bike on to its new owner.
Max weight: Combined rider and luggage 30kg.
This bike has been designed to be ridden on paved, unpaved, gravel roads and trails with moderate grades. Contact with irregular terrain and loss of tyre contact with the ground may occur. Drops are intended to be limited to 20cm.
The trouble with stabilisers
Here at Islabikes we advise parents and carers not to use stabilisers for one important reason.
Teach your child to ride
Learning to ride is a massive moment for any child (and their parent) - learning to ride on your own, without stabilisers or support.
The importance of a correctly sized starter bike
Whilst size is often seen as a moving target choosing the correct sized bike will be the biggest factor in their enjoyment and safety on their bicycle.
Help your child build confidence on their bike
Cycling is brilliant for boosting your child’s general confidence and independence. We have created 6 tips for helping your child build confidence and have fun on their bike.