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Eurobike Coverage Review – Week #3 PLUS 2015 Interbike Preview:

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We’re back from Interbike yet still have lots to bring you from Eurobike. Here is the 3rd installment of Eurobike coverage as well as a preview of some of the things coming up from this past week’s Interbike trade show in Las Vegas. Grab your favorite Fall beer, relax, and enjoy!

And if you need to catch up, here is Week 1 and Week 2’s indexed coverage of Eurobike 2015.


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EB15: Rose Boosts their popular Soul Fire park bike to 27.5″ for 2016
EB15: New IXS Pads and Kit, plus XULT Full-face Helmet closer look
EB15: Alpine Prints from Maloja – Most Coordinated Line-up of Eurobike
EB15: Kross Debuts Soil Trail Bike, Steel Hardtails, plus Vento Road Disc and TT Bikes
EB15: THM’s High Tech Penny Farthing, plus Boost M3 cranks and a Road Disc Prototype Fork
EB15: NAILD reinvents front suspension stem-and-fork system for road bikes

Here are just a few of the many things coming up this week from Interbike. It was a great show with more brands presenting new items than ever!



Falling somewhere between their Salsa and Surely brands, QBP’s new brand Heller brings some fat carbon at a slimmer price.



Thule completely redesigns the iconic T2 hitch mount tray rack with the much improved T2 Pro.



Cateye and Lupine blaze their way into the night with a completely insane amount of lumens, bluetooth control and MORE.



Foes mixes things up with un-matching wheel sizes on their new Mixer Series of Trail and All-Mountain bikes.



SE Racing makes one ripping ride with this fat BMX bike. Wait till you see this thing in action!


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