Frog Union Jack bikes range launched

Frog Bikes have launched a new range of Frog Union Jack bikes to celebrate “The Best of British” in this Olympic year.

All sizes of Frog balance bikes and multi-purpose kids bikes are now available in the Union Jack range. This caters for ages from 2 (on the Tadpole balance bike) through to 14 or over on the Frog 73.

Frog Bikes Union Jack Bikes

At the same time, Frog have just started building all their bikes in Torfaen, South Wales. This move means that all Frog bikes are now rolling off a British production line.

This news reflects both the growing popularity of Frog bikes, and the increasing demands from parents for quality kids bikes.   Jerry Lawson, Frog Bikes co-founder said:

“The new operation will enable us to be more responsive to the market, have more control over quality, introduce innovations faster, reduce our environmental footprint, and create jobs to benefit the UK economy. There were times during 2015 when we couldn’t keep up with demand, and customers were left disappointed. We recognised that the time had come to re-shore our production model.”

Frog bikes can be purchased on-line at Rutland Cycling and from a large number of independent bikes shops.

Read the Cycle Sprog reviews of the Frog 55 and the Frog Road 67

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