Your child’s cycling life begins here.
Our delightful aluminium balance bike teaches them two-wheel balance without stabilisers from a very young age. With Islabikes’ size-specific parts including mini brake and proper pneumatic tyres on a lightweight aluminium frame, you’ll be amazed what your budding cyclist can take in their stride as they progress towards pedaling.
Micro reach brake lever
Our exclusive aluminium brake lever gives light action braking for tiny hands.
Integral steering limiter
Prevents handlebars from spinning round, protecting your child if they have a tumble.
Sizing for your Rothan
The Rothan is designed for riders 2 years and older with a minimum inside leg of 30cm.
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.
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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.
Max weight: Combined rider and luggage 20kg (44Ibs 1oz).
This 'balance bike' has been designed to be ridden by children away from motorised vehicles on smooth paved or grassy areas. It is not intended for any kind of jumping.
What is a balance bike?
Balance bikes are the perfect introduction to cycling for young children.
Guide to using a balance bike
A balance bike is an ideal second birthday present and gives your child the perfect introduction to cycling, building confidence and developing skills in a fun way.
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.