Some new products stood out just a little more than others at Eurobike. Here are some of our favorites
Electric-assist bikes again grabbed the headlines at this year's Eurobike, with e-racing bikes on display from Bianchi, Look, and Wilier Triestina.
Indoor cycling innovations from Wahoo, Zwift, and Stages Cycling caught our attention at the opening day of Eurobike.
Five key trends from Eurobike explained, evaluated, and critiqued. Which will last and which will fade away?
The new Ceramic-bearing drive shaft is twice as efficient as Dura-Ace, company claims
Canyon's latest road bike uses magnetic-controlled full suspension and can call home when you crash by connecting to your smartphone
Two new clinchers and a tubular focus on reduced rolling resistance and the aerodynamics of the tire/wheel interface
The latest road and cyclocross shoes for 2015 offer a mix of closure systems at a variety of price-points
Bell, Giro, ICEdot, and MIPS are all taking big steps to improve your safety on the road and trail
BMC celebrates the opening of its new R&D lab with a concept bike, showcasing its engineering chops and in-house manufacturing abilities.
New power meters for single-ring mountain bikes and riders using the latest Shimano road drivetrains
Parlee introduces its lightest frameset, a new disc model, and a cheaper aero option
GPS company introduces new $900 power meter and new spin-scan data metrics to geek out over
Pearl Izumi has added a clever tongue-mounted Boa closure system to the new Rd IV and X-Project shoe lines
New Tharsis XC stem includes an integrated headset compression system and a new Di2 battery hiding spot
Bike commuter products are on display at Eurobike this week
Take a look at some of the new products the VeloNews crew discovered on the first day of Eurobike
Eurobike Gallery: Deda wheels, Easton wheels and forks, Limar helmets and glasses, new Look X-85 ‘cross bike
New Easton 'cross forks and wheels , Clement 'cross tires, Prologo's grippy saddles and gloves, Park's electric bike stand, and Look's X-85 'cross bike.
Eurobike day one highlights include 'cross bikes from Focus, Ergon saddles, seatposts, and cockpit components, and lightweight luggage racks from Thule
Wilier takes an unusual approach to time trial bike design
Easton comes out with an affordable aluminum-rim tubeless road wheel. Plus some more new goodies.
NIck Legan takes a look at some new wider wheel designs from Bontrager and Zipp. Plus a look at some special brakes that work on the wider rims.
Fi’zi:k moves down from the butt to feet with a new three-model road shoe line.
Eurobike report: More cyclocross bikes from across the pond, including Hanka’s disc-brake equipped Stevens
More cyclocross bikes from across the pond, including Hanka Kupfernagel's disc-braked Stevens prototype
Component manufacturers lay out their wares in the cavernous halls of Eurobike.
New road bikes from Wilier, De Rosa, Storck and Time
Look shows a pedal-based power meter built around its Keo platform and designed to communicate with Polar cycling computers.
More spokes than you can shake a stick at. New 'sets from Zipp, Reynolds, Hed and Lightweight and others
Eddy goes aero, Colnago plays hide-n-seek with Di2 and Lapierre offers custom web options.
Ridley's lower priced Noah and its Flandrien collection: Belgium classics bikes for the masses. Canyon's basalt-enriched new aero bike with adjustable dropouts.
Giro marketers chose Livigno, Italy as the venue to introduce to the world their new line of seven shoe models
A load of hot European 'cross bikes at Germany’s massive Eurobike trade show in Friedrichshafen
Thursday marked the opening of the Eurobike trade show for the 15th consecutive year The show takes place in Friedrichshafen a small village on the banks of Lake Constance in southern Germany, the home of the once-great Zeppelin airships. There has been a quiet grumble over the past few years about the state of the cycling industry in Europe and the rest of the world; that it has been stale or even in some cases faltering. One couldn’t know it by the volume of exhibitors at Eurobike. Even more assuring was the amount of time and capital exhibitors were putting into their displays. The
For VeloNews staffers who cover the racing scene, the Tour, the Giro and the Vuelta are usually the busiest times of the year. But we on the tech side have our own “grand tour” – it's called "show season," and it's about to kick off with the Eurobike trade show, opening Wednesday in Friedrichshafen, Germany. A week and a half after that show closes, we have the EICMA show in Milan. And a week after that, manufacturers descend upon Las Vegas for Interbike (September 25-29). Most have already begun to peddle their wares.