Eurobike Coverage


Stan’s NoTubes S1 series cover broad wheel-tire spectrum

There is such a thing as too wide when it comes to rims is part of the message behind Stan’s NoTubes recently launched tubeless ready S1 series MTB wheels, which are also geared to the budget conscious consumer.

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Five new enduro-ready helmets with removable chinbars

Helmets have come a long way in recent years. Gone are the days when you were forced to choose between light weight and ventilation versus legitimate all-mountain protection. The modern trail helmet can do it all.

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MRP rolls out new Ribbon all-mountain fork

Built-in pressure relief valves are just one of the cool features on MRP’s new boost-spacing-ready Ribbon enduro/all-mountain suspension fork that comes in travel lengths from 120mm to 170mm for 27.5, 27.5+, and 29.

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Seven exciting dropper posts from Eurobike 2016

The trend in dropper posts appears headed in two directions — high tech or simple tech. Read on to find out which manufactures are choosing which route and why.

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Top 5 mountain bikes from Eurobike 2016

Walking the halls of the Eurobike tradeshow in Germany is a cycling’s geeks dream where you get to see hundreds of amazing bikes (and bike builds). Here are five of the very coolest.

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Eurobike 2016: Scenes from the show

Eurobike 2016 is in the books. But before we move on to Las Vegas and Interbike at the end of September, let’s take one more look back at this cycling industry extravaganza in southern Germany.

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Eurobike Day 2: More wonderful, wacky, and weird

The world’s largest cycling industry trade show rolls on in Germany. Mtbr has been roaming the halls of Eurobike, seeking out the latest and greatest in two wheeled tech. Here is some of what we saw on day 2.

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Eurobike Awards: 2016′s Best in Show Winners

Debate is done. Votes have been tallied. And this year’s Eurobike Award Winners have been announced. The annual contest of two wheeled tech started with 472 entries, which were whittled down to 51 winners, including a dozen prestigious Gold Award recipients.

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Eurobike Day 1: Weird, wacky, and wonderful from Germany

The world’s largest cycling industry trade show kicked off Wednesday. Mtbr spent the day combing the halls of Eurobike, seeking out the latest and greatest in two wheeled tech. Here is some of what we saw.

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Eurobike 2015: Continental Der Baron enduro tire

Highlights include puncture protection and multi-purpose tread pattern with Black Chili compound.

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Eurobike 2015: New Leatt hydration packs, gloves and helmet

Safety has always been job No. 1 at Leatt, and that hasn’t changed a bit with its latest round of new products, which include new hydration packs with CE level 1 or 2 protection.

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Eurobike 2015: Maxxis rolls out new tires for XC, enduro, snow, gravel and more

Top-tier tire maker Maxxis is touching nearly all corners of the two-wheeled world, offering up a host of new models. Highlights include Race TT for XC, Tomahawk for aggressive all-mountain, and Colossus for fat bikes.

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Eurobike 2015: CamelBak Palos lumbar pack frees the back

New lumbar line of hydration packs lowers center of gravity to increase rider’s freedom of movement. Water weight positioned on hips to reduce weight transfer to the shoulder harness.

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Eurobike 2015: Schwalbe Fat Albert returns, plus new gravel, CX and fat tires

German tire maker brings back legendary trail tire, unveils budget-friendly Active Line, rolls out gravel and cyclocross options, and launches 20” model just for kids.

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Eurobike 2015: SKS shows new pumps, fenders and other smart accessories

Fashionable colors, pumps adapted to bigger volume tires, and a smart touchscreen device holder are just some of the highlights.

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Eurobike 2015: Shimano debuts new shoes, 25th anniversary pedals

Component and apparel giant has your feet covered with limited edition 25th anniversary pedals and shoes, plus new all-mountain range, multi-season mountain touring and Gore-Tex lined winter enduro shoes.

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Eurobike 2015: Vittoria adds graphene for improved tire performance

Tire maker investing heavily in new material claimed to increase speed and improve durability, by adjusting compound hardness depending on application

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Eurobike 2015: Manitou McCleod King Can shock tuning

Having announced their biggest fork news already at the Sea Otter Classic, Manitou still has some news. With the King Can you can now tune your standard McCleod rear shock and get a premium performance upgrade.

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Eurobike 2015: Crankbrothers pedals and new dropper post

Crankbrothers showed us the new internal components for all pedal types. Beside that: revamped Candy 7 & 11 pedals, new Double Shot, Mallet E enduro and Stamp Small/Large pedals; the new High Line dropper post is looking great!

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Eurobike 2015: SUNringlé Mulefüt SL – a bigger footprint now as wheelset

The big wheel/tire trend is width. The more, the better. To accommodate this, SUNringlé now has put the wide Mulefüt rims together with their SRC hubs and Wheelsmith spokes.

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Eurobike 2015: Answer grips, new super short stems and enduro gloves

Grips get tackier, stems get shorter, gloves offer more protection and while wearing them, you can even keep fiddling with your smartphone!

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Eurobike 2015: Lupine shows off Bluetooth controlled lights

With the addition of new connectivity features, the Pico, Wilma and Betty lights can now all be manipulated with a single handlebar-mounted remote device.

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Eurobike 2015: Hope unveils cassette, lights, seatpost and more

British bike parts maker’s portfolio expands in multiple exciting directions, including an eye-catching series of orange anodized components.

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Eurobike 2015: Lezyne offers higher powered lights and updates on pump head

Some new lights, a major upgrade for existing ones. The ABS2 pump head is an improved version of the time saving ABS pump head and now adapts more easy between Schrader and Presta valves. And… great news for tall people!

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Eurobike 2015: New mounting options for Rotor Q-Rings

Three optimum chainring positions mean you can still fine tune the angle of the oval chainring.

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