Moore Large has announced some of the brands it will have at COREbike 2019, which returns to Whittlebury Hall from the 27th to 29th January.
Forme will be showcasing its new Curbar MTB aimed at the leisure mountain biker. It features a lightweight alloy frameset, internal brake and gear cables, Tektro disc brakes, Shimano transmission and SR Suntour suspension. It will also have the new Forme e-bike range, powered by Bosch systems.
The all-new Flash Tailor build configurator will be launching soon, where riders can build their own custom Flash.
Visitors will also be able to see and learn more about the structure of the new Tannus armour. The brand has been developing tyre technology since 2003.
There will also be some new additions to the Jagwire range, including a Dropper Post upgrade cable kit, one-gear cable kits, additional link kit colour and handlebar tape.
The Guee range has some new additions too, including the Donut rear light, Qing and bottle cage, SL geo tape and socks, and the Sol 800 front light.
For Kenda, the Valkyrie is ready to order in all sizes, and for the Kwick Drumlin and Kwick Journey nearly all models are available. It has also finished many models of the Hellkat range.