Kids’ bike brand Cuda has revealed its newest range of Balance and ATB bikes for 2021.
The new range, which has been designed with affordability in mind, combines Cuda’s previous leisure range with the weight and quality of its performance range. The result is a lightweight bike which is both affordable and doesn’t compromise on rideability.
Designed specifically for juniors, the bikes feature discreet carry handles and female hubs on the run bike range, in addition to short reach levers for little hands, mega range gears for easier climbing, narrower saddles to keep hips aligned and short cranks with lower bottom rack to help with pedal efficiency.
Moore Large is now taking pre-orders for the 2021 Cuda range, with first stock arriving in mid-August. The new range can be viewed here.
And it seems more and more kids are getting out on their bikes at the present time, as new research has revealed 82% of parents feel ‘confident’ in taking their children outside for active pursuits such as cycling in the current lockdown environment, with cycling also voted the most popular family activity for outdoor exercise during this period.
The survey also revealed almost nine in 10 parents believe their children are currently eager to take part in outdoor exercise such as cycling, contrasting with studies prior to lockdown which warned primary school kids were becoming more inactive with each year that passes.