Moore Large reported a strong start to the year in a statement released this week. It also cited winning the BikeBiz Bike Distributor of the Year award as one of the various successful developments in Q1.
The distributor has now announced positive growth from its premium bicycle division consisting of Forme, Cuda, Bobbin and Tern branded bikes, all of which have achieved some elevated performance to date, including a notable year on year sales growth of 300 per cent from house brand Forme.
Moore Large’s own junior brand Cuda has also continued to advance with sales growth of 47 per cent this year. The new performance level products are due to launch in September, which Moore Large claims means Cuda will have the largest and most comprehensive range of junior bicycles on the market, ranging from £100-£800 in price.
Recently promoted to premium bicycle sales director Adam Biggs commented: "I would like to thank our customers for their contribution towards the progress we have experienced so far this year. With a revised and consolidated focus within our field sales team, our bicycle division has reported some excellent year on year results so far. This trend is set to improve for the remainder of our year too."
The Moore Large Geared Autumn show will take place at the distributor’s HQ from September 20th to the 22nd. To register your attendance visit the dedicated show site here.