Cuda add two new sizes to their kids Leisure Bike range

Cuda Bikes have announced the release of several new bikes into their 2019 "Leisure Range".  The Cuda Mayhem 24” and 26”  bikes join the original Mayhem 20" bike, as an alternative for those who don't want the expense of Cuda's Performance range of kids bikes, but still want the benefits of an aluminium framed bike.

Cuda Mayhem 26 Girls Bike

The Mayhem 24" will retail for £270 and comes in weighing 11.8kg, whilst the Mayhem 26" will retail for £290 and weighs 12.3kg.  Both bikes are available in a girls and a boys frame (the girls frame - pictured above - has a slightly lower top tube to the boys frame, which is shown below).

Cuda Mayhem 26 Boys bike

To bring the bikes in at that price point, Cuda have used steel forks,whereas their premium Performance range has alloy.  They've also specified 18 speed Shimano gears with Revo twist shifter.  These will initially seem more complex to the rider than the gears on their Performance range, which only have single chain set with 8 gears.

The bikes are fitted with Kenda tyres with low rolling resistance, meaning they can be ridden both on and off road.  There's a micro adjustable seat post and the saddle is designed to be comfy for smaller behinds.

Full sizing details are yet to be released, but the Mayhem 24 is being pitched being suitable from age 8 years, and the Mayhem 26 as from 11 years (although many kids are moving onto 26" wheels much earlier these days).

Cuda Bikes are sold through a network of independent bike shops, and the Mayhem will be available from October 2018.

Other posts you may be interested in:

Recent Articles


carrying kids

New kids bike trailer hire scheme launched this summer #Ad

New kids bike trailer hire scheme launched this summer #Ad

Enjoy cycling with your sprogs this Summer - why not hire a kids bike trailer?

Read More


reviews

Limited edition A to Z animal alphabet mountain biking book

Limited edition A to Z animal alphabet mountain biking book

The great new A to Z book helps teach young kids their alphabet and their mountain biking skills at the same time - learning has never been such fun!

Read More

advice & guides
advice & guides

Coronavirus: Is it OK for my family to be riding their bikes?

Coronavirus: Is it OK for my family to be riding their bikes?

Cycling is one of the few activities still allowed during the Covid-19 outbreak - but what exactly is allowed?

Read More

Leave a Reply