Reynolds Cycling Reveals 2013 Product Line at Interbike

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New offerings include AERO, MTN, alloy wheels, and Storm

West Jordan, UT- Reynolds Cycling, a worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of high performance bicycle wheels, announced plans to display its extensive 2013 line at Interbike, the leading business-to-business trade show in the bike industry, which will be held September 19-21 in Las Vegas.

“Interbike gives us the chance to meet face-to-face with retailers,” said Rob Aguero, Reynolds Director of Sales and Marketing. “Our lead Engineer, Paul Lew, will be on hand to discuss technology and we have a lot of new products to introduce.”

Headlining Reynolds’ 2013 Road and Triathlon Catalog is its new AERO line, built with DET Technology. This innovative design approach features a wider and v-shaped rim that smoothes airflow over the wheel to reduce aerodynamic drag.

“Our wind tunnel test results for the new AERO wheels were startling” stated Lew. “This is a wheel that actually creates forward thrust. I look forward to personally discussing this exciting data with the media and our retail partners at Interbike.”

For the mountain biking audience, Reynolds will display its new line of 650b, 29er, and AM Carbon Wheelsets. Each of these wheels delivers nimble and responsive performance on the trail. Also debuting in the Reynolds MTN lineup this year are two alloy wheelsets, an affordable upgrade from stock wheels.

The Storm, an ultra-deep 81mm road wheel for time trialists and triathletes, joins bestselling Performance Line siblings Attack, Assault, and Strike for 2013.

Finally, as with its MTN line, Reynolds debuts alloy wheelsets for the road cyclist in 2013. The three wheels - Shadow, Solitude and Solace – combine Reynolds’ painstaking engineering processes with an affordable alloy material.

All products in the 2013 lineup will be on display at the Reynolds Cycling Booth, Number 12123. Retailer attendees can utilize the Interbike Show Planner online to schedule their visits with Reynolds by clicking http://www.interbike.com/attendee/show-planner.htm.

 

Source: Rob Aguero

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