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2019 // Cube / Ella 200 (5 - 8 Years)


If you're looking for a child's bike that's just as good as your own - look no further than the Kid 200 series from Cube!
€399.00
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Fun, safe and versatile - that's the Ella 200 in a nutshell. Based around an easy entry frame, we've added smooth-rolling tyres and a host of add-on accessories to create a bike that's perfect for adventurous youngsters, wherever their riding takes them. The LED lighting system - driven from a hub dynamo, so you never have any worries about batteries running out - is permanently 'on' and built to withstand any weather conditions, so young riders will always be visible to other road users. The brake levers are designed to fit small hands perfectly, and there's a power modulator on the front brake so that over-enthusiastic use doesn't lead to sudden over-the-bars dismount, or worse. Shimano's 7 speed gear system is easy to use and reliable, giving little legs the range they need to tackle most hills. Carrying belongings is easy thanks to the included cargo rack, while full length mudguards help keep clothes dry even when the road is wet. The Ella 200 doesn't even need a wall, tree or fence to stay upright - we took care of that with a built-in kickstand. We reckon we thought of everything. All that's missing is a young, keen rider.

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Cube designed the Ella 200's light, durable, heat-treated 6061 aluminium frame with the same care that we put into all of our bikes. There's a replaceable gear hanger, so that a knock or mishap needn't result in an expensive repair, and the handling is designed to flatter a young rider's developing skills with just the right blend of stability and agility. Built to handle the rough-and-tumble of everyday use and with the assurance of having passed our tough in-house safety tests, our design team is as proud of these little bikes as they are of any that they create. CUBE's engineers wouldn't settle for anything less.

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