Jerris Madison (44) Los Angeles, California, USA

Innovation for inclusion

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  • Physical Activity

    • Allows for low-impact, strength-building physical exercise
    • Allows for travel across longer distances with less fatigue
    • Lightweight, foldable frame for easy transport
  • Social Inclusion

    • User sits upright, at eye-level with their companions
    • Allows for independent operation without assistance
    • Allows users to feel equal & included
  • Emotional Well-Being

    • Instills a sense of freedom to live an active and social life
    • Improves self-image

About the Alinker

The Alinker is a non-motorized walking-bike without pedals. The Alinker is for everyone who wants to maintain an active life regardless of their movement abilities/disabilities. It is designed to be so cool that it overcomes the uneasiness towards disabilities that is felt by mainstream society. When you are using the Alinker you are the person with that cool bike rather than someone who is overlooked or ignored. The Alinker is challenging assumptions about people with disabilities and is striving to build a more inclusive community.

This is the official online store. Look around and see what others have to say. Everything you need to make a purchase is here, but do Contact Us if you want some human support. 

"Now with the Alinker, I can whiz down the hallway, easily make eye contact again and I seem to have a permanent smile on my face."
- Valerie Kline (Colorado)
What is The Alinker?

What is The Alinker?

The Alinker is a three-wheeled walking bike designed to help people stay active, do what they love, and live life to the fullest.

On the Alinker:

  • users sit upright at eye level with standing companions
  • weight is supported by the seat with no stress on the lower body
  • handle bars provide additional support
  • feet remain on the ground keeping users stable and safe

Whatever the circumstance; chronic aches and pains, getting older/aging, or recovering from an injury, we all want to live an active life! The Alinker is a socially inclusive solution for those who want to stay in the game. It’s a new way to move, a different state of mind, a cool status.

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Felicia

Innovation for inclusion

"When I first saw the Alinker, it was the racecar yellow color that caught my attention, followed by my thought that it looked like no mobility device I had ever seen.

Before I was sold on the idea of the Alinker, I was sold on Barbara’s vision. I was taken aback by the stories of the people helped by the device and simultaneously, I started thinking about people I could reach out to who would love to give it a try and who would benefit from it greatly.

Of course, being a bilateral below knee amputee, I didn’t think it would be useful to me. And then I sat on it and gave it a try. I realized that Barbara and Leon, made it look easy. I also realized that after so many years, I finally felt my hamstrings really work. Suffice it to say that after 15 minutes, my legs were burning, and I knew I wanted one.

For many, the Alinker is about giving people with mobility challenges the freedom to stay or become active again. To some, It’s about not accepting the norm, and challenging the status quo. And to others, It’s about creativity and innovation with a social conscience. But for me, it’s a device to help me on the road to achieving my goal of living a healthy and independent life. For all these reasons and many more, I am so glad I found the Alinker."

— Felicia Voss-Shafiq, SAP Senior Support Engineer, Canadian Paralympian, Brand Ambassador for The Alinker Inventions Ltd.

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Our Story

Our Story

Barbara Alink is a Dutch designer, architect, humanitarian, and inventor of the Alinker.
The Alinker story started with a comment of Barbara’s aging mother- Antonia Esman. While passing some elderly people with walkers and scooters, she said: "over my dead body will I ever use one of those!”. Barbara set out to design something better for her mum, but soon realised that what was truly needed was a vehicle for social change, challenging our assumptions about people with mobility challenges.

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