Globally acclaimed toy and bike brand Kiddimoto has announced its continued partnership with Marc Marquez, the eight-time World MotoGP Champion. Kiddimoto also has the distinction of being the kids’ helmet choice of such luminaries as Prince William and David Beckham for their children. Continue reading
Westbury sub Mendip, Somerset, Jul 20, 2021 /prREACH/ -- Kiddimoto, an international brand known for its exquisite range of toys and bikes, is pleased to announce its continued partnership with eight-time World MotoGP Champion Marc Marquez. The brand offers a wide range of premium quality children's bikes and biking accessories that have won several industry awards. As a result of the company’s continued partnership with Marc Marquez, its iconic bright red MM93 Wooden Balance Bike will continue to adorn the famous ant logo and Marquez' number 93.
To find out more about Kiddimoto, please visit https://www.kiddimoto.com.
Founded in 2003 by Simon Booth, Kiddimoto has grown by leaps and bounds over the years. On the BBC's Dragons' Den, two high-profile investors offered to invest in the brand. The company is also the recipient of the Queen's Award for International Trade. Kiddimoto has collaborated with more than 30 motorsport world champions, such as Barry Sheene and Valentino Rossi. Additionally, many celebrity children, including Prince William's children and David Beckham's children, use Kiddimoto's products.
"One of our most popular products is the bright red MM93 Wooden Balance Bike. It's adorned with the famous ant logo and number 93 of the Spanish motorcycling sensation Marc Marquez," said Booth. "Any wannabe racing stars will get the full GP experience with a host of lookalike features including a twin ‘exhaust,’ tank and aerodynamic tail, rotating handlebar grips.
Interested UK residents should visit https://www.kiddimoto.co.uk.
The company's products are also available on Amazon, where they have earned the Amazon's Choice and Best Seller badges.
To find out more about Kiddimoto and its products, please visit its websites and Amazon storefront.