Component brand 4ZA will make its Irish debut at next month's debut show too

Moore Large bringing Knog, Lake, Limar and more to Irish Cycling Show

Moore Large will be taking the likes of Knog, Lake and Limar along with new component brand, 4ZA from its portfolio to the Irish Cycling Show.

Running over the weekend of May 19th and 20th, Moore Large will be exhibiting on stand E7.

Stephen Roche is opening the new event, which will take place at RDS Dublin.

New component brand 4ZA (Forza is Italian for strength, passion, force and power) features performance products for racing and tested by many world-class athletes. The brand offers three component ranges: Stratos, Cirrus and Cirrus Pro to meet various budgets, including a wealth of parts, accessories, seatposts, stems, handlebars, saddles and wheels.

The latest highlights from the Knog range are the Blinder lights, having just landed in the UK. Show visitors will also get a peak at the brand new Strongman and Bouncer U Locks – Knog’s highest security locks in the range so far. The Strongman features hardened steel housing with a polymer cover and the 13mm steel shackle is overmoulded with UV resistant silicone that won’t mark or scratch the bike. With a double dead lock mechanism, a spring-loaded keyhole gate protects the lock barrel from dust and grime. Three keys are included with each lock, with a unique key code. The code is exclusive and duplicate keys can be obtained through Knog directly.

Lake’s 2012 range will be on display too, with new Road, MTB, Triathlon and Leisure models. The CX311 road shoe with the world’s first internal carbon fibre thermoform heel counter and the TX312 triathlon shoe with quick transition heel opening and BOA heel closure will be among the highlights.

The distributor said: "Why not pop over to be the first in Ireland to see our new signing and shiny new products from our established brands, or just to have a chat with our friendly Moore Large team?"

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