Today it has been announced that Haro Bikes will be supplying race bikes for the National Cycling Centre in Manchester. Haro have given 75 race bikes which have been estimated to be hired 40,000 times a year, it’s good to see british cycling working with more recognised BMX Companies like Haro over many other bike companies, in recent years haro have really stepped up their complete bike range making them pretty much race ready for all abilities. Below is the official press release, giving you a bit more information on the deal with Haro.
Todays Cyclist carefully selected to supply Haro BMX Race bikes to the UK’s first indoor BMX track
Earlier this year Todays Cyclist were chosen to supply Haro BMX race bikes to the National Cycling Centre’s new BMX track. The 75 Haro bikes will be hired out around 40,000 times a year at one of the biggest indoor BMX tracks in the world.
Last July, the National Cycling Centre was significantly expanded with the launch of the new £20M indoor BMX track, together with new, purpose built offices for British Cycling, the governing body for cycling in Britain. The new BMX facility is the first ever permanent indoor BMX track in the UK and is set to host major BMX events – attracting riders from all over the world. But it’s not just for elite riders, Manchester school children will have regular access to the track and keen BMX riders will be able to use the facility for training.
Moore large supplied a large selection of Haro Bikes BMX Race models – Mini, Junior, Expert, Top AM, Pro XL and Pro 24, along with the Haro 118 and 300.1 models from the freestyle range.
Haro Brand Manager, Adam Garner says “When I first heard about this track I really wanted to be involved, fortunately for us Sam Foakes gave us the opportunity to provide the bikes they needed. I’m really excited to be involved in this project and with it brings a fantastic marketing opportunity for the Haro Bikes brand and all the local Haro dealers to the track, who will benefit from the exposure. Expect to see Haro Bikes riders Grant Hill (Elite Men) and Dan Pullen (Junior Men) at the track, they are both on British Cycling Talent Team and will be using the facilities to train.”