Haro and Cuda update their portfolio with solid builds for younger riders

Fresh kids and BMX stock lands with Moore Large

Fresh stock of the Cuda kids bikes first shown at CoreBike Live in summer have now landed with Moore Large, alongside fresh Haro BMX bikes.

Boasting one of the lightest performance builds for kids on the market in the 6.4kg CP14, Cuda has introduced a range starting with a 14-inch wheel and spanning up to a 700c.

Retail prices for the ATB builds begin at £210 for the CP14 14 inch and span through to £300 for the CP24. On the road and CX front, four builds are available in 24, 26, 28 and 700c, spanning £320 to £480.

Stock of Haro’s strengthened value frontside range, on which the brand worked closely with Moore Large, is also now available.

These are the lowest price point BMX’s Haro has ever produced, aiming to make it as achievable as possible for kids to get into BMX. As you would expect from Haro these bikes have a modern proportional BMX geometry.

Comprising of 12”, 16”, 18” and 20” wheel models, these bikes are in stock just in time for the Christmas BMX market.

Also shown at Core Bike Live, Bobbin Bicycles now offers a line of balance bikes.

For more information contact Moore Large on 01332 274200.

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