Merida have been manufacturing bikes for over a quarter of a century. We love their wide range, build quality and amazing value for money.
Diamondback Bicycles started life in Camarillo, California in 1978 as a radical new BMX brand and it wasn't long before the brand expanded into the brave new world of mountain biking.
Since that time hundreds of riders have successfully competed under the sponsorship of Diamondback, either as BMX riders or as mountain bikers following the creation of the famous Diamondback Racing (DBR) team in 1993.Racing (DBR) team in 1993.
Forme are a Derbyshire company who's ethos is to fuse British practicality and affordable, functional componentry with European style to create the perfect machine you want to ride.
Cuda Bikes offer a range of lightweight kids bikes from 12” – 26” wheel, MTB to BMX and even junior road bikes with drop handle bars. All of Cudas bikes are designed and scaled to fit young riders.
Everyone remembers their first Raleigh.
For 125 years Raleigh has been creating market-leading bikes in Nottingham. Chances are that you rode a Raleigh when you were younger - and maybe you still do now.
Raleigh are just as famous for their iconic children's bikes, like the Burner, Grifter and Chopper, as they are for cutting-edge bikes like TI-Raleigh Tour de France winning 853 steel frame or their Militis carbon race machine.
When Bob Haro took a bold step into the business world of BMX in late 1978, who could have predicted the impact of that decision on American and global youth culture. From Bob's humble beginnings as a BMX racer and aspiring entrepreneur in southern California, through the years working for the BMX Action magazine as a staff artist, and into the infamous 1980's - an unrivalled period of intense progression and creativity for the new sport. As the story evolves through the decade, and new brands entered the scene, Haro Designs scaled up and led freestyle into a new era.