Firefox launches Gravel range with Pirate bikes


Firefox Bikes has released high-end Pirate 3.0 and Pirate 4.0 bikes aimed at riding on rough terrain.

By HT automatic office
24 Feb 2022, 12:47

The bikes in the Firefox Gravel range are specially designed for adventure.

Firefox Bikes has announced the launch of its Gravel line of adventure bikes with the introduction of two new models Pirate 3.0 and Pirate 4.0. strengthens its product portfolio; launches the Gravel range with Pirate 3.0 and Pirate 4.0. Gravel range pricing starts from 37,900 and up, says Firefox.

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As the bike maker claims, these adventure models come with features like disc brakes, wider clearance and grip, front steering geometry that allows them to ride over rough terrain despite the comfort, control and driving efficiency. The company also claims that these bikes can be used for long distances.

The Gravel line of adventure bikes sports exciting graphics and eye-catching body colors, the company claims. It also states that these bikes can be purchased from offline dealer stores as well as from the brand’s website.

The company says the front-end steering geometry of the Grave bikes ensures ample comfort over the long haul and low and forward enough for speed, efficiency and control in technical terrain. Wider gravel tires provide better traction and more stability when driving on gravel or dirt roads, claims Firefox.

Firefox claims the Gravel line of bikes have been designed for the widest range of uses. Commenting on the launch of this new range of bikes, Sriram Sundresan, CEO of Firefox Bikes, said that with the launch of Gravel bikes, the company aims to further consolidate its leadership in the premium bike segment. “From mountain to tarmac, these bikes are for those days when you feel like exploring beyond the conventional. With our new lineup, we’re sure to expand our family of customers,” added Sundresan.

Date of first publication: February 24, 2022, 12:47 PM IST


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