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The Alinker is a revolution in walk assists. It is a three wheeled self-propelled walking bike, designed for the user experience. The Alinker is a non-motorized walking-bike without pedals. The Alinker is for people who want to maintain an active life regardless of mobility challenges. The Alinker is challenging assumptions about people with disabilities and is building an inclusive community.
The Alinker company is a certified B Corporation and SHEEO venture, measuring social and environmental impact through the UN SDG’s. The Alinker creates access to mobility, community and healthy food through the vision of changing the paradigm of our current 'sickcare' system towards a healthcare community that actually supports the wellness of people.
We offer three different options to own your Alinker
Other than the physical state, having a mindset dedicated to health and wellness has proven to be a crucial factor for successfully using the Alinker. Based on our experience, we can generally say that you need to be at least able to do the following:
Be prepared to spend some time to get used to the new way of moving, it addresses muscle groups you might not have used for a while, and building your condition is to be done gradually. Showing commitment to maintaining healthy practice and knowing that it will be worth the effort - this is what investing in your wellness can look like.Learn More
When measuring your inseam, measure lightly.
When the measurement is on the cusp, choose the smaller size.
If you're still unsure, contact us before deciding on size!
|Small||27 - 31.5 inches (68-80cm)|
|Medium||32 - 36 inches (81-91cm)|
|Large||36.5 - 39 inches (93-99cm)|
The Alinker Academy is an online subscription for fitness and exercise. It provides you with a library of exercise and training that were custom designed, specifically for Alinker users.
It has more than 20 hours of Alinker yoga, stretch, range of motion and strengthen exercises, outdoors trails, dance classes and fun things to do with your Alinker. Invaluable for every Alinker user!
"Alinker is a game changer. Able to keep up with my son on a walk while activating my brain without overstressing my body. Thank you for this invaluable invention."Find Out More
"The Alinker is a “walking bike” built for people with balance and mobility limitations."
"A vehicle for social change, shifting not just how disabled people move and view themselves, but challenging how others perceive them."
"The Coolest Trike Ever Designed Makes Mobility More Social, Too"
"I think movement actually is the best medicine. It’s like that saying: If you don’t use it, you lose it”
"What a cool way to get around if you have trouble walking or cycling."
"The walking bike called the Alinker is changing lives for who wants to stay active, regardless of mobility challenges"
"You're perceived completely differently. You're standing up. You're at eye level"
"It's not a medical device; it's a lifestyle tool designed to enable users to lead active and socially engaged lives--at eye level."
If you are interested in learning more about partnering with the Alinker, please email us.
There is no reason not to plant trees. So far the Alinker has planted over 35,000 trees.
We can grow the Alinker forest together, add your trees to the forest here.
We understand that many people who could use the Alinker have lost income and gained medical expenses, our current reactive sickcare system drives people into poverty, we get that. And... the Alinker is a high quality custom designed bike, hand assembled with nearly all custom-made parts, and that has a price.
The Alinker is not a medical device and health insurances typically do not cover things that support wellness, so in order to help bridge the gap, we offer special ways to make the Alinker more accessible. We know building a new system takes time, but we continue to develop ways to make the Alinker accessible for everybody regardless of income. It requires a paradigm shift, to build a healthcare system that actually supports wellness.
We are currently accepting new applications to crowdfund on the Alinker website. If you would like more information, please read more about Crowdfunding here. For any additional questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full details of how Rent-to-Own works, along with payment plan information, can be found on our Rent-to-Own page.
Since the Alinker, my quality of life has shifted - now I never really think about my diagnosis.
"As a social person, being constraint in my ability to go out, be in one place, not moving, not being out there having fun… it was challenging. With the Alinker, my life has become more busy - I want to keep doing more. The Alinker makes me want to get out there - it gives me the security and confidence to be able to go out into the world by myself."
Anna O, active Alinker userLearn More
I feel secure when riding the Alinker.
"Being physically restraint created for me mental issues, often just anthill size, but if you have them in front of you everyday, it grows all by itself. Before the Alinker, I was in a grey time… I had pretty much given up on moving like a normal human being again. Now, I can go for a walk, go out with the dog again, get out in the neighbourhood - some people I hadn’t seen in 3 years.
The Alinker has made that possible."
Chris K, active Alinker userLearn More
Since I’ve had the Alinker, my autonomous world is bigger.
"I know that I can do more things on my own, then I feel I have more agency over myself. I can be independent moving around spaces like leaving my house, airports, train stations, even museums… I am not relying on someone else to move me around anymore. But now that I have the Alinker, I can walk, talk, and laugh at the same time. I feel safe, I feel better about myself, and I feel more confident."
Elki S, active Alinker userLearn More
We asked our community how the Alinker changed their lives.
Here are there stories.
Diane van Egmond
"You lose your independence, you might gain weight, all of which comes at a cost..."
Celebrated Canadian humanitarian, lung cancer survivor and Memory Makers for Alzheimer's champion Chad Cieslik, aged 68, Alinkered an epic 1000 kms across Ontario this month to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer's research.
Since Selma Blair shared her experiences on Instagram, the Alinker has received an unprecedented number of emails, requests and sales... so we are scaling up to meet the new demand!
Barbara Alink shares her insights into how we can promote inclusion and create a safer community through purposeful design.