Restricted Growth project update - April
Building, shipping, waiting.
We were really pleased with how the sample frames came together and remain cautiously optimistic about their prospects during the testing process.
Islabikes Founder Isla Rowntree Steps Back After 15 Years
Isla Rowntree has stepped back from her role at the head of Islabikes, the Ludlow based company she launched in 2006 with the aim of providing a better cycling experience for children.Discover more
We are excited to launch the eJanis road bike and eJimi mountain bike. Designed specifically for baby boomers who want to continue cycling they are also game-changing for riders who find getting on and off difficult, lack the strength to ride up hills, change gear and struggle to reach their brakes.Discover more
Do you know about our range of unique adult bikes?
Across the country many of us have been using our daily exercise slot as an opportunity to get out, rediscover our neighbourhood and remind us just how liberating it can be to spend time cycling, walking and exploring.Discover more
Islabikes says “No” to Facebook
“Stop Hate for Profit” campaign is calling on businesses to cease advertising spend with Facebook for the month of July. We stopped all paid activity with Facebook in November 2019.Discover more
Restricted growth prototypes
At Islabikes we have a passion to remove the obstacles that stand in the way of everyone pursuing their love for cycling. For our latest project we are investigating ways to support people with restricted growth by developing a set of prototypes with appropriate features.Discover more
Our ground-breaking approach to maternity and paternity leave
Having a child is a life-defining moment yet despite changes in legislation, both parents still do not enjoy the same parental leave benefits. At Islabikes we’ve decided to take the initiative by introducing a ground-breaking new parental leave policy.
Pink is not the problem
Boys should ride blue bikes and girls should ride pink bikes, right? It’s interesting how stereotypes can develop and become established, often starting as nothing more than crude marketing decisions.