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EUROBIKE 2019 - The Crazy & Cool Bike Tech - Day 1 7

It's Eurobike time! Vital MTB is cruising the halls of what may be the biggest cycling tradeshow on the planet to find the newest bikes, parts and gear. In the midst of it all the bike tech we'd like to try, there are plenty of weird and wild contraptions, inventions and product failures to quickly look at then turn away from! Dig on in.

Table of Contents

  • 00:25 - PUSH Industries
  • 01:02 - Birzman Internal Cable Routing Tool
  • 02:10 - New Maxxis Dissector, Skinwall Options on Rekon, DHF, DHR
  • 03:27 - RST Rebel V2 Inverted Fork
  • 04:11 - Topeak Tools
  • 06:01 - 661 Halo Fullface and Pinnacle Half Shell Helmets, Radia Goggle
  • 08:36 - Marin Mount Vision, Alcatraz, and Rift Zone
  • 10:04 - Schwalbe Magic Mary 29” SuperGravity Tire
  • 11:12 - Zerode Katipo 29er
  • 12:05 - Shimano PRO Tharsis Components
  • 13:27 - 100% Renshaw, Racetrap, and Sling
  • 14:43 - Orange Switch 6
  • 16:30 - New Park Bike Tools
  • 17:10 - Bell Super Air and Super Air R Helmets
  • 18:44 - Box One P9 X-Wide Drivetrain
  • 19:18 - POC's NFC-enabled Tectal Race Spin Helmet
  • 20:32 - EVOC Frame, Bar and Seat Packs
  • 21:22 - Arc8 Extra 160mm 29er
  • 21:55 - Ceramic Speed Driven Concept Drivetrain

It doesn't stop there. We have even more coverage on Vital.

Credit: Vital MTB Crew

sspomer sspomer 9/5/2019 7:20 AM

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Topeak coming in hard with the strap on bullit x, reamers, and cages. The meat tenderizing cassette is gnarly. And who is running/requesting these skin walls?

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Shame you felt the need the miss that French motor gearbox, definitely the most interesting thing at the show.

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The Kervelo? Definitely rad to see an integrated motor and drive unit. Seems like a nice leap forward for e-bikes on the race to make them slimmer and lighter.

Kervelo is currently marketing it toward road/commuter use and we weren't super focused on e-bike tech at the show, which is why we missed it. Hope to see it on a MTB in the future.

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