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Moore Large launches Tour de France trade Open Days

Chance to view the Moore Large portfolio while watching Le Tour and grabbing some exclusive road trade deals
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Moore Large is running two Tour de France Open Days to conincide with the climactic week of the race.

Running on Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd July at Moore Large's Derby HQ, the Open Days will offer chance to watch the racing on the big screen, whist enjoying some French themed nibbles and drinks. The TdF mountain stages that will be shown are Digne-les-Bains / Pra Loup on Wednesday and Gap / Saint-Jean-de-Mauurinne on Thursday.

Exclusive road deals are available on the day and only for those dealers attending. Retailers will have the opportunity to see the entire portfolio of products in the firm's recently renovated showrooms. Dealers are asked to confirm their attendance to jeanette.suter@moorelarge.co.uk or their Area Representative.

And while you've got your diary out, the trade distributor has also given us advanced warning of its September Geared AW15 show. That's going to run week commencing 7th September, located once again at Moore Large HQ in Derby.

The Geared AW15 show will give dealers and press chance to see all the Moore Large brands, with the main focus on new bike product from Forme, Moda, Bobbin Junior, Cuda Performance, Onza MTB, Haro and Premium.

Not only that, but Moore Large is inviting the trade to take part in one of the group rides (road, MTB or track). More details to follow, but in the meantime here's some video highlights of the latest Geared show. If stills are more your thing, head to our Facebook Gallery.

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