When deciding our favorite stories for 2013, we couldn't pass up all the gorgeous bikes we saw at Eurobike. The combination of new technology and latest designs in cycling all under the one roof is a bike lover's paradise. Let's take another look at some very drool worthy machines.
Part of my annual quest at the 2013 Interbike cycling trade show show was scoping the plentiful abundance of cool cycling kit - there really was something for every taste. Here's a look at the latest from Sugoi, Primal Wear, Descente, Canari, & Bianchi Milano.
We've already seen the most beautiful bikes and some of the best new accessories and bits from Eurobike but what about the weird stuff? The innovative, futuristic or just plain bizarre is also a big part of this show as our German resident and Classic Bike enthusiast Leslie Reissner recently found out.
Interbike is in full swing in Vegas at the moment and the PEZ himself is there front and center but before he puts down those gambling chips and Vegas style Negronis there's time for another look at some of the beautiful machines that were on display back in Germany at Eurobike.
The amount of latest and greatest new gear at Eurobike is simply too much to contain in just one article, or two or even three so here's a look at some more new bits from Shimano, Powertap, Prologo, FSA and more.
The Eurobike show isn't just about beautiful bikes, there was also thousands of new products on display with wheels, pedals, handlebars, lights, clothing and more. Here's a look at some of the latest gear that caught our eye in Germany.
Normally knee deep in book reviews and cycling DVDs we let our Literary Editor Leslie loose at the recent Eurobike Demo Day in beautiful Ratzenried, Germany for a day full of testing all the latest bikes and gear. A classic bike junkie with almost a dozen retro machines in his collection, Leslie got to experience disc brakes,electronic gearing and more for the very first time.
Disc brakes, 11 speed rigs and custom carbon were the trends that were expected at Eurobike this year but you never know just what you will get until you walk through the doors of the massive salon in Germany. Here's PEZ's look at the best bikes that Eurobike had to offer.
The Interbike Trade Show starts next week, and the even bigger Eurobike show is now a fading, but recent memory. PEZ’s resident book-nerd Les Reissner spent 8 hours at the show (and on his feet), taking it all in. Here’s how it looked to a Eurobike newb…