Decided to share some Eurobike coverage, hope all of you share some too because I don’t have a ton of time to hunt links. So far I’ve seen that Prolly Is Not Probably has a good gallery up. Slow Twitch ran some Triathlon finds. Road.cc ran a gallery and Bicycle Retailer ran a bit on the new Lightweight frame.
John Prolly spotted Focus using THM Fibula brakes during Eurobike. A nice little upgrade. Photo Credit: Prolly is not Probably.
Lightweights new Urgestalt frame weighs in around 740g for a 54cm. Photo Credit: Bicycle Retailer
Tune’s new Two Tone Kom-Vor saddle. Photo Credit: Prolly is not Probably.
Tune’s new crank, the Black Foot, is on show at Eurobike. Prolly is not Probably.
Crema Cycles, proving ENVE 65s still rule for good looking cross bikes. Prolly is not Probably.
BDC-Forum.it caught some American manufacturers in Eurobike. ENVE is showing of a new handlebar and a new fork. Moots has a decent frame line setup in their booth.
American builder, Moots, is showing a few pieces at Eurobike this year. Photo Credit: bdc-forum.it.
Enve’s launching a new fork based experience from their stout cyclocross disc fork. Photo Credit: bdc-forum.it.
A bit better profile view of the new ENVE handlebar. Photo Credit: bdc-forum.it.
ENVE’s new Aero Road Handlebar is at their booth mounted to an Alchemy frame. Photo Credit: bdc-forum.it.
Roues Artisanales has quite a bit of product shots up.
Tune’s new Airline Clincher. A 1185g 41mm deep 26mm wide wheelset. Photo: Roues Artisanales.
Acros has their hydraulic component set on display. Claimed to be lighter than Dura Ace 9000. Photo: Roues Artisanales.
Now for a bit of an interesting one, Alchemists rear hub. Photo: Roues Artisanales.
Alchemist mountain bike rims come in 26″, 650b and 29er. Photo: Roues Artisanales.
Sram is showing off their Hydraulic Road Calipers and Levers. Photo: Roues Artisanales.
DT-Swiss has some of their updated wheels hanging up. Photo: Roues Artisanales.
Thanks for the eye candy Emiliano!
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