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Total Recap: Everything you need to see from Eurobike 2018

worlds best coverage of all the best bikes tech and components launched at Eurobike 2018Photo courtesy Eurobike, taken in Serfaus - Fiss - Ladis © Armin Walcher Photography
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As usual, the Bikerumor Eurobike Coverage is second to none, giving you a look at nearly everything on display at the big show across 115 posts! If you missed anything, here’s the complete recap hundreds of brands and booths to bring you all the latest road, gravel, cyclocross, XC, enduro, trail and all-mountain bikes, plus the components, tech and gear coming for 2019 and beyond! It’s all categorized, and everything opens in a new tab. Enjoy!


These articles are our 10,000 foot overview of the trends we discovered at Eurobike. More than just individual products, we got the stories behind the development, directly from product managers and others involved in the future of bicycles. Think of it as your crystal ball to see what’s coming!


Trainers & Training Equipment


Tires & Tubeless Tech

2019 Northwave Extreme Pro and Ghost Pro road and mountain bike shoes get lighter uppers with dual SLW2 dial closures for a more precise fit



prologo dimension saddles get cpc vibration damping material on the cover to reduce rider fatigue


Packs, Gear, Tools, GPS & Electronics

CarbonTi carbon fiber chainrings with alloy teeth for Shimano Dura-Ace cranksets

Components & Parts

…and that’s almost a wrap. We probably have a few more small roundups to trickle out, be sure to follow Bikerumor on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for a first look at everything we post! Keep watching, there’s still a ton of new stuff launching (isn’t there always?) between now and the time our Interbike coverage starts!

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