View the full range of lightweight children’s bikes with expert advisors on hand.
When kids are out on their bikes, they're not glued to their smartphones – instead, they're exercising in the outdoors and bonding with their family or friends.
Islabikes are the children’s bikes specialists for children ages 2-14 years. Each bike is exceptionally designed with attention to detail and quality whilst maintaining affordability and durability.
Islabikes is hosting their very first pop-up shop in Manchester on Saturday 30th of June to Sunday 1st of July.
Held at the Artzu Gallery from 10am - 5pm, here are 3 reasons why you should join them:
Check out their full range of children's and adult bikes in one place.
Chat with their experts about all things on children's cycling and their quality range of lightweight bikes.
Place an order on the day for any of their bikes.
The Artzu Gallery is located on Quay St. in the Spinningfields area in old Granada Studios building. Artzu is just a short walk to the West from Manchester Piccadilly and is easily accessed by car with ample parking available just over the road at an NCP multi-storey carpark.
When: Saturday 30th June - Sunday 1st July 2018, 10am - 5pm
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