18 September 2007

Eurobike Coverage

It's that time of year ago, and most of the major magazines are reporting back. Bear with us- there's loads to cover here. Maybe next year, we'll attend.

Folks around here are excited by news of Formula's new One brakeset. Given the performance and light weight of their Oro's (look for a review here soon), a super-light DH brakeset should be well within their reach:
cyclingnews.com

Campagnolo is back in the dirt! Sort of- their Fulcrum wheel division has been working on a tubeless mountain bike wheel, which should be fan-freakin-tastic. Can't wait to see them in the flesh. Also, a bigger, color screen from Garmin:
cyclingnews.com

Sram is seeing Red. More expensive than the pricey Force groupset- we'll see how it flies. Plus, Felt continues to grow:
cyclingnews.com

Crank Brothers with extra shininess (also see below), FSA with more carbon:
cyclingnews.com

The coolest Singlespeed BB yet:
singletrackworld.com
cyclingnews.com

Ibis Mojo SL: sub-5lb, 5.5in travel XC frame. Not to mention stuff from Kona and some USE (exposure) lights:
singletrackworld.com

Italian & Danish bike gallery:
bikemagic.com

Germans love their uber-light rides:
bikemagic.com

And we love single speed road commuters:
roadcyclinguk.com

UK focus: new Orange Prestige, Cotic, and a Hope BB:
bikemagic.com
Orange, and clever stuff from Crank Brothers too:
singletrackworld.com

Schwalbe, a 3-LED Night Rider light, and BMC keep things moving:
cyclingnews.com

After something like ten years, the SID was overdue for an overhaul... It was a good, simple fork, but it'll be nice when it goes where it's pointed:
bikemagic.com
cyclingnews.com

Looking for an 18lb XC race bike? A rigid Lefty? Cannondale's got you covered:
singletrackworld.com
bikemagic.com
bikemagic.com
cyclingnews.com

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