Wednesday, June 19th Bike PressCamp Coverage
4:49 pm | by Gregg Kato
3 bikes from GT, Sensor, Force and new Fury.
2:08 pm | by Jason Sumner
ENVE is debuting a new highly adjustable time trail bar here at Bike PressCamp. Pads are adjustable in and out and front/back, the upright angle adjusts, and the carbon extensions can be cut to preference. But all this adjustability comes at a price. These 600-gram wind cheating bars retail for $1300.
12:08 pm | by Jason Sumner
Greetings, Boardman Bikes. Welcome to the US of A. The UK-based road and tri brand (namesake of the famous pro road racer) has started importing its bikes to North America. They have a full line of tri, aero road and superlight offerings that are now available at a handful of IBDs and on-line through Nytro.
11:49 am | by Jason Sumner
Last stop of the morning was with Rotor. The Spanish-based ovalized chainring and crank maker has just opened up a brand marketing office in Boulder, Colorado, indicating their renewed level of interest in further penetrating the U.S. market.
9:26 am | by Jason Sumner
This new line from Capo is made from a special material that literally lights up at night. Cool Tron look and safer, too. See Gallery below for more photos.
9:19 am | by Jason Sumner
Just checked out the new Cannondale Synapse. Now off to see Boardman Bikes.
9:16 am | by Gregg Kato
Dave Turner shows us the return of the Flux, this time with 27.5″ wheels and 120mm of travel.