Learning how to ride a bike is one of life’s great milestones
Your kids won’t get a better introduction to cycling than this delightful little starter bike. Beautifully scaled down components and very light weight make learning confidence inspiring and safe.
Fully enclosed chainguard
Our exclusively designed, fully enclosed chainguard floats freely and doesn't require tools for fitting or 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 16
Designed for riders 4 years and older with a minimum inside leg of 42cm.
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)1584 856 881.
Read more to find out why Islabikes are so special.
Teach your child to ride
See our helpful guides on what to do when teaching your children to ride.
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From shop soiled to ex-demo, we have various bikes with modest discounts available to purchase.
Accessories for your Cnoc 16
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.
We stock a small selection of helmets perfect for children which are adjustable to allow for growth.
Front and rear mudguards
A great way to stay clean and dry in wet weather! Lightweight 'Cromo-plastic' mudguards with stainless steel stays.
Max weight: Combined rider and luggage 30kg (66Ibs 3oz).
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. Drop-offs are intended to be limited to 20cm.
Family cycling in the sunshine
There really is no better feeling than riding along in the warm of high summer with your children alongside you. Here is our guide on cycling safely in the sunshine.
Cycling to School
Read our advice on riding to school, including the preparation, routes to take and kit needed.
Safety Check your bike
It's vital that your bike is safe to ride. Here is our guide on ensuring your Islabike is ready to go.
Our guide to helmets
After your bike, getting a helmet is the most important thing you need for cycling. Here is our advice on the most suitable helmet for your child.